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April 27, 2013



Thanks for the review of this pattern. I too prefer the version you chose with the uniform brim. In general, I love men's hats of the Tudor era and have been known to watch some really lame costume dramas (sound muted!) just for a look at that stylish headgear.


Is this alternate pattern included in the magazine?


Jgodsey, yes, both versions -- asymmetrical brim and folded (symmetrical) -- are included in the Piecework article!

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