Hat With Netting Views
I made mine so that it all attached into a feather fascinator comb. A started out by gathering each side into a little knot, similar to the bandeau style tutorial. I stitched these ends on either side of the comb. Then I gathered and sewed one side of the rest of the netting to the comb - it was a little fussy getting it to lay right, but I just kept mutzing with it until it looked good. There's a photo of the finished product here - it kinda poofs up a bit because of the gathering, so it's more like a traditional tulle veil in some ways.
Our Ladies Ivory Victorian Touring Hat has been a best seller for many years. It has an Ivory satin pleasted top with silky large Ivory roses in front with pearl accents. It has Ivory feathers and a Ivory ribbon and lace bow on the side. It is finished off with a Ivory English netting bow on the back.
For those serious adventures traveling to the unexplored regions of the Amazon or through any tropical jungle area, our Mosquito Netting Flap is a must. Made from 100% nylon with Dupon Supplex this netting fits easily onto most caps or hats, thanks to the elastic band at the top brim, perfect for hanging.
Mosquito hats are brimmed hats that have a length of fine mesh mosquito netting sewn around the rim that drops down to the collar area. Once you put the hat on, you cinch in the netting by way of a drawstring, keeping the pests from biting you on the face, ears and neck. This hat with its attached veil protects hunters, hikers, fisherman, boaters and campers in even the most infested surroundings. The addition of a quality insect repellent beneath the netting promises a bug-free experience while enjoying the great outdoors.