Thursday, May 17, 2007

Now also offering Hebridean Bonnets!

Hebridean Bonnets, also known as tam-o-shanters, after the Rabbie Burns poem of the same name, are a slightly more modern take on the headwear of the Scots. They are most commonly associated with the 1860s, but are still worn today. This pattern is now also available for purchase, as are the hats themselves. Pattern and hat prices are the same as the eighteenth-century style bonnets, and may be purchased from the paypal menu at the top of the blog.
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