The theme of 2015 hat making competition is TRANSITION. Speaking of transition, the team at How2hats have been loving the HATalk Competition entries which they’ve received so far and are looking forward to seeing the way the rest of you interpret this year’s theme.
You have less than three weeks to go now, so it’s time to get working on your submission if you haven’t already done so. Entering the competition is a great way to develop your skills and challenge yourself.
Read-on to learn more about the fantastic prizes on offer and other news from around the world of hats.
All entries for the 2015 HATalk Hat Making Competition must be emailed to email@example.com by midnight (GMT) on 9 November, 2015. Our theme this year is ‘Transition’ and the prizes on offer are
The prize includes chateau accommodation (7 nights), all meals, 5 days of full-time tuition and local trips to markets and hat factories. Chateau Dumas is an elegant 18th century chateau and estate near Toulouse in southwest France. Lying at the heart of French hat-making, Chateau Dumas is a centre for millinery and other creative residential workshops, including textiles and themed weeks.
£250 (GBP) to spend on hand-crafted wooden hat blocks of your choice from renowned block maker Guy Morse-Brown.
Third Prize: $150 (USD) of Wool Felt Products fromJudith M
Wool felt products worth $150 (USD) from Judith M Millinery Supply House. The prize consists of 2 hoods, 2 capelines and 2 yards of flat felt. Winner will be given a selection of colours to choose from, subject to availability. All Judith M wool felt is made in the USA from 100% merino wool. Worldwide shipping is included in the prize.
A selection of paperback books from How2hats, publishers of over 30 books and DVDs on the art of hat and fascinator making for beginners and seasoned milliners alike. The books will be chosen by How2hats and shipped directly to the prize winner.
In addition, all four winners will be given a 1-year subscription toHATalk e-magazine.
To find out everything you need to know about entering this year’s HATalk Hat Making Competition, go to www.hatalksocial.com.
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