From Saturday Night Hat
Quick, Easy Hatmaking for the Downtown Girl by Eugenia Kim with technical writing By Joanne Paek. Potter Craft, The Crown Publishing Group, Random House 2006
Your hat will give back to you what you give to it, so take good care of your special chapeau!Read More
From How to Clean Everything by Alma Chesnut Moore
Keep them well brushed and they will be damaged less if caught in the rain. To clean them, wipe with a cloth dipped in warm suds, made with a synthetic detergent or soap. Rinse with a cloth wrung out of plain water. Do not get a straw hat too wet or it may shrink.Read More
Proper handling will extend the life of your hat. Never touch the hat with dirty, oily hands or gloves. There is no quicker way to ruin your hat. Pick up the hat from underneath by both the front and back brim to maintain the shape and set of the brim. Resting a hat when not on your head on a hat stand or block will make this operation easier.Read More
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