How to Shape a Felt Hat?


You can shape a felt at home very easily. A possible way to make one is by using a wooden block in the shape of a hat, and steaming the felt to maintain that shape.
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How to Shape a Felt Hat
Felt hats, like fedoras and pork pie hats, are fairly easy to shape into a certain kind of style. Felt cowboy hats are more difficult, but can still be shaped. Over time, as you wear a cowboy hat, the sweat from your head makes the material more... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Shaping a felt hat requires that you have a stable foundation such as cardboard. You can apply the felt over the cardboard for better stability.
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1. Pull the rubber medical exam gloves onto your hands. When putting on and taking off the hat, it's okay to use your fingers, but when handling the hat during shaping it best to
With steam. Steam the hat then shape it and let it cool. Boil a pan of water then let the steam hit the hat until its wet.shape the hat as you wish. Then let it sit for a couple hours
When shaping a hat, some people use heat to soften up the sides of the hat so it's easier to bend. You take your fingers on the brim of the hat and slide the sides upwards.
1. Make a hat block. This will provide you a base onto which you will shape your felt hat. Glue several pieces of styrofoam blocks together. You may need as many as 3 or 4, depending
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