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“Millinery requires of the girl a certain degree of creative ability] _Millinery_.”
“The brown velvet and ostrich feather mini-beret topping off her outfit was by Vivien Sheriff Millinery.”
“You wrote me to send Dr. Terry 350 dollars, which I did, & to pay for some Millinery goods which Mallie would buy in Atlanta and also send Bro.”
“Though her presentation is not until Wednesday, Sept. 9, the milliner Molly Yestadt finished her Yestadt Millinery spring collection a few weeks ago.”
“Totally off-topic for the post, but yesterday I drove right past Mr. Song's Millinery in Detroit, where the famous Aretha hat was made.”
“Calls are coming in fast and furious to Mr. Song Millinery in Detroit from people wanting that hat.”
“Thoughts On Life And Millinery, I reckon you're onto something there!”
“However, in The Female Economy: The Millinery and Dressmaking Trades, 1890 – 1930 (Urbana and Chicago: University of Illinois Press, 1997), Wendy Gamber sees the growth of easy-to-follow patterns as detrimental to independent dressmakers. back”
“Note 5: For a fascinating look at dressmakers, see Wendy Gamber, The Female Economy: The Millinery and Dressmaking Trades, 1860-1930 (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997). back”
“I haven't made very many hats; I made one from a modern Vogue pattern in chiffon, to wear to a wedding once, and I've embellished a few felt hats and I'm very sad that Manny's Millinery Supply has either closed or moved; anyone have a good source for premade felt blanks?”
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