Saturday, 21 April 2018
This set of bandages is actually a hat.
What could be better than a blood soak hat made of bandages to instantly make you look like you just survived a battle head injury.
The bandages have been sewn onto simple cotton skull cap and fake blood applied.
This gets a lot of use.
Sunday, 15 April 2018
When it comes to hoods most are made of fabric sewn together, this one, however, has been knitted to shape.
It's not lined but very comfortable wear, if a little out of place in most environments it doesn't work as regular street wear or for historical reenactment, it just about fits in a fantasy setting or maybe on wacky snowboarders head.
It's a good hood
Knit one now and become a trendsetter.
Saturday, 7 April 2018
This suede hood is ideal wet weather protection for the ancient mariner
Although this one lacks any fastenings so may end up being somewhat impractical and is more likely some fantasy head covering.
As Christmas gift, I'm not sure of hoods background, so can't tell you much more about it.
I may add my own ties of some short soon.
Saturday, 31 March 2018
This crumpled top hat makes a perfect hat for a late Victorian tramp.
or a Fagin like villain.
This well-battered grey top hat look takes time or skill to produce, or just luck but is perfect for theatre or larp.
Anyway, I now need to pick a pocket or two.