Buckram Frame Hat Patterns
This page shows all Buckram Frame Hat Patterns available.
Each pattern has its own individual page with detailed information.
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1940's Baby Doll Hat Pattern:
This little hat is an exact replica of the extant baby Doll hat. Looks great sitting cocked to the side of the head where they were originally worn. Just 8" front to back! Decorate it like a 1940's hat or use your imagination to create the hat or your choosing. NEW!

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Mini Top Hat Pattern:
Just a fun little hat to decorate as you please. Steampunk? Holidays? Victorian? Approximately 3" tall and 6" deep, this little hat can show up anywhere! You add the creativity then wear it proudly... NEW!

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Mina Hat Pattern:
Inspiration for this Mina hat was the hat work by Winona Ryder in Bram Stoker's Dracula. the scene where she had gone ito town and is wearig a sea form and dark green gown.
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  Josie Bonnet Pattern:
This cute little bonnet is correct for the latter part of the Victorian era. Smaller bonnets would have bene worn at any time through that period .
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Audrey Hat Pattern:
The inspiration for this hat was the 1898 image, however, it would be good for Steampunk or any other imaginative costume venue.
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  Katie Hat Pattern:
The Katie is a hat that sits atop the head very typical of the Victorian era 1881-1889.Very versatile. A bandeau would go perfectly with this hat as well.
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Betsy Hat Pattern:
This cute little top hat sits atop the head. Top hats were worn throughout history. The Betsy Top Hat can be used for the 19th Century or Steampunk.
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  Mrs. Bowerman Hat Pattern:
This is a general purpose hat that fits down over the head and has a wide brim for shade. Can traverse almost any period including late Victorian, Edwardian, Titanic, up through 1920 or even contemporary red hats!
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Cathy Hat Pattern:
This is a perky Victorian hat that sits atop the head. The sides can be curled for a different appearance. Great with bustle gowns 1884-1889 or Steampunk.
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  Olivia Bonnet Pattern:
Civil War or Victorian (1860-1865). Bonnet can be covered and decorated in many ways. .
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Dale Lynn Hat Pattern:
This hat sits atop the head. Conical crown with tilted brim front and back. This typical Victorian hat is also perfect for Steampunk or consider a Renaissance riding hat?
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  Richard Men's Top Hat Pattern:
Basic Men's Top Hat - sides can be curled or not depending upon look desired. This hat can be covered in a variety of fabrics.
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Dianne Hat Pattern:
The Dianne hat sits atop the head. Great riding hat for any period. Victorian, Steampunk,
Elizabethan (riding hat).

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  Sally Hat Pattern:
The crown is wider and lower profile than the Betsy. Pattern comes with two brim widths, 2.5" or 3". This hat is perfect for Victorian (especially 1860's), Steampunk, or Elizabethan.
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Gracie Hat Pattern:
This little hat sits atop the head and can be decorated for almost any time during the Victorian era - 1860's, 1870's, 1880's 1890's and even into the 20th Century. Steampunk as well.
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  Sara Hat Pattern
Although this hat sits atop the head, it kind of snuggles onto the head. Great little Victorian hat for 1880-1890 - or even 1795 with the brim curled - one of my favorites to make!
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Jan Hat Pattern:
The Jan hat is another that perches atop the head. Although the inspiration for the hat is Victorian, this can also be used for low-crown Eighteenth Century hats.
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