Blue-purple periwinkle. Vintage Donegal tweed. Deconstructed overcoat refashioned into a newsboy hat for women.
Here's one for the girls. The color is fabulous, the texture fantastic. Slubs of turquoise, fuchia and lilac and blues can be seen in closeup.
Darts create the eight panels of this newsboy, which causes it to lay flatter than one with separately sewn panels. But it still has lots of room in the top for volumes of hair and tip rakishly to the side. A built in hatband holds it firmly and comfortably.
Lined with luscious heavy satin in periwinkle or optional pinstriped cool cotton shirting.
Modern take on tweed. Rakish slant. Heavy buckram is used in the visor and a medium pellon interfacing gives body to the crown.
The newsboy cap or newsy/newsie cap is similar to a flat cap, except it has a rounder crown compared to the more oval shape of a flat cap.
Other names include, Baker Boy, Eight Panel, Cabbie, Gatsby, Bandit, Pageboy.
Measure around head just above ears and across forehead to the last 1/8". Choose a size and include your measurement with your order.
Medium 22" (55.9 cm) Purple satin liner
Large 23" (58.4cm) Purple satin liner
XL 23-1/2" (60cm) Cotton pinstriped liner
Every listing of a Cherry Pat Hat includes a photo of the inside, because it's important to see how well a hat is finished.
Each hat is carefully packed in tissue paper, then inside a clear plastic sleeve tied with ribbon, then inside a sturdy box surrounded with additional clear packing tape to keep moisture and travel grit from entering the box.