How to Make a Fascinator

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COURSE OUTLINE – How to make a fascinator – Creative Headwear!

Did you know … the noun fascinator has long had an association with headwear starting in the 19th and early 20th Century. Fascinators originally referred to a lightweight knitted or crocheted headscarf and it seems the word comes from the Latin fascinatus meaning ‘to bewitch” or “cast a spell on”.

In this 3 hour class, you will be guided by an experienced practising Milliner to create a stunning headpiece which can be worn to the races a wedding or any occasion where you want to look ‘bewitching’! The course will consist of making a floral headpiece on a headband or long clip. The great thing about making fascinators is that you can use so a variety of materials. We will be modelling petals, sewing ribbon, using glue to fasten flowers and feathers and on completion, you will have a gorgeous fascinator that can be worn to any event.

LOCATION
  • Batemans Bay
TRAINER
  • Anne Colquitt
Cost
  • $75.00 per person, includes materials

 

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