Saturday, 28 January 2017
Cow Pat Hat
This medieval cap is often called a cow pat hat because of its very flat when not on the head.
Made of fabric, its a brim about 5cm wide with the crown made of the same material made oversized so it falls onto the brim, its then lined and as in this case decorated with feathers
Worn predominantly in Tudor period by peasants through to nobility and by men and women alike.
Same hat on another head