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Article about: Ladies and Gentlemen, encouraged by and with the consent of F.-B. (thanks a lot for the encouragement) I publish the pages of Hempe's book relevant for visor cap making. This also involves a

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    Here the second attempt + the first in comparison:
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    Bravo. Wunderbar! Herrlich! Erstaunlich! Thanks for sharing your wonderful gift with us here.

    Such examples give us a clear idea as to how these things were made.

    Our warm thanks, FB
    damit, basta.

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    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    here are two caps in Wehrmachtsschnitt, the blue one made according to Hempe's instructions, the beige one made according to a dissasembled Alkero police cap of the 1990ies. The crown of which one is higher?
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    Cap MakingHere is the solution: They are of equal height. It is the asymmetric ascent of the Seitenteile which is responsible for the impression of height. Hempe's Seitenteile ascend in a regular way, Alkero's - as do ErEl's - ascend only in the last third next to the front seam.

    Excuse the rude elaboration, I was only trying out the cuts.
    Last edited by ErWeSa; 05-12-2015 at 07:12 AM.

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    Thank you for showing us your wonderful skill. We salute you!
    damit, basta.

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    Ladies and Gentlemen,

    I wanted do create something elegant like this (as I adore this Wehrmachtsschnitt and had similar piping at hand):
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attach...-cap-adler.jpg

    out of some material similar to this (as I had similar material at hand):
    http://www.warrelics.eu/forum/attach...sors-00962.jpg

    I would like to present you the result of the second attempt to do so - the first one failed due to the thin fabric which is extremely hard to process if one doesn't want to use modern methods (non-woven-fabric-reinforcement etc.). As Ol Blue Eyes put it: please be kind - I'm just an amateur.Attachment 854617Cap MakingAttachment 854619Cap MakingAttachment 854621Cap Making

    I'll let the Stahlbügel in it for some time and then take it out and see whether it will adopt the typical crusher form. If it doesn't look too bad then perhaps I'll post some more pictures,

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    Sehr schoen.
    damit, basta.

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    A wonderful addition to our work here.
    damit, basta.

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    Cap MakingOur Helen made this cap of silk!
    damit, basta.

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    Cap Makingand of Trikotage!
    damit, basta.

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