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Nineteenth Century Hat Maker's and Felter's Manuals

Nineteenth Century Hat Maker's and Felter's Manuals

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Nineteenth Century Hat Maker's and Felter's Manuals

by Pufpaff, Suzanne

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Hastings, Michigan: Stony Lonesome Press, 1995. First edition. Paperback. Fine/No jacket. 144 pages, illustrated with black and white drawings. A compilation of 19th century techniques for making felt hats and felting, with a 20th century update. The compiler, Suzanne Pufpaff, is a well known fiber artist and felter from Michigan who leads workshops and designs patterns for felters and knitters. Red soft pebbled wraps with gilt titles on front cover and spine. Very minor edge wear, small crease in leading bottom front corner, slight spotting of page edges, interior pages bright, binding tight. Book does not appear to have ever been read. Printed on archival acid free paper.

Trade paperback, measures 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches.


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Nineteenth Century Hat Maker's and Felter's Manuals
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Stony Lonesome Press
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Pebbled cloth or leather describes the covering of a hardcover book with a decorative texture of repeated small raised bumps,...
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