Ifyoulovehats

Cruelty free winter wear

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Announcement    All my products are cruelty free, designed and handmade by me in my central NY studio. Faux fur capes, hand blocked wool felt hats, handwoven shawls.
Although I have done my best to correctly photograph items in my shop, colors do change a bit, i.e. blues turn grayish, reds turn brownish etc. computer screens also alter color. They are as accurate as I can get them.
In regards to hat sizes, different felts have a way of changing with shrinkage etc so the head sizes I have posted for each item is usually within 1/4” of exact size.

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Last updated on Sep 19, 2022

All my products are cruelty free, designed and handmade by me in my central NY studio. Faux fur capes, hand blocked wool felt hats, handwoven shawls.
Although I have done my best to correctly photograph items in my shop, colors do change a bit, i.e. blues turn grayish, reds turn brownish etc. computer screens also alter color. They are as accurate as I can get them.
In regards to hat sizes, different felts have a way of changing with shrinkage etc so the head sizes I have posted for each item is usually within 1/4” of exact size.

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About Ifyoulovehats

Sales 27
On Etsy since 2010

Millinery and outerwear design.

Debbi Grogan is a milliner and clothing designer steeped in the traditions of the golden age of women's hats; the 1920s & 30s. Her path to hat making began at 19 when she answered "yes" to the question posed by the fabric store owner interviewing her for a seamstress job; "can you sew?". Having been hired, she raced home, and begging her mother to teach her how to use needle,thread and sewing machine, practiced all night so that she could at least look like she knew what she was doing the next day at work. She never looked back. Eventually she owned the fabric store, and years later owned her own boutique on the lower East side in Manhattan( once voted "the best little shop in NY"), where she began making and selling hats in earnest. Fast forward to a new life amidst the lush, rolling hills of upstate NY, where on a whim she sold some of her remaining shop inventory at the local farmer's market. The kids called her "the hat lady", and a new business began to materialize; travelling from craft show to craft show selling her ever expanding line of hats, capes and outer wear to satisfied customers all through upstate NY.

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