The Process - A glimpse into how hats are made

Wooden hat blocks from a millinery studio in Montreal

 

We made a hat for our friend and photographer Phil Bernard back in 2016, and he spent 3 days at the studio with us in order to document the process. We still work the same way to this day, making one hat at a time!

 

 

Hand blocking felt over a wooden hat block

Pinning felt over a wooden hat block

Milliner making a hat

Making a hat, brushing dust off a hat

Milliner hand blocking a hat, hat making

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery

Heirloom hats, handmade hats, milliner, milinery

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery studio, sewing

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery, hat making

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery

Hand made hats, milliner, millinery, Heirloom hats

 

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Marie-France Morissette April 17 2020

J’aime beaucoup vos chapeaux ils sont magnifiques wow , a quel endroit etes vous situé a Montréal , ela m’intéresse beaucoup quand il sera possible apres la crise , je pourrais aller voir votre belle boutique , vous faites un beau travail merci c’est génial et tres original