Crowns represent the timeless headwear symbolic of royalty and esteem and using leather to make flower crowns will add a touch of luxury to your new headwear collection. This style is much in demand as they are lightweight and easy to wear.
Your tutor, Rebecca Share gives detailed instruction on how to make these statement pieces using time effective methods. Learn to adapt the material and style so crowns can also adorn your winter racing or bridal clients. Add a halo to make a stand alone piece for a Fashion on the Field event this season.
Winner of the prestigious MYER Fashions on the Field ‘Millinery Award’ 2011, 2nd Runner Up 2013 and ‘Runner Up’ 2014.
Rebecca Share has been a milliner for 20 years and loves sharing her passion for Millinery. Rebecca has taught at the ‘International Millinery Forum’, ‘Hats off to Brisbane’ Millinery Convention and the ‘Melbourne Fashion Institute’. Rebecca has been a Fashions on the Field judge at many racing events including the prestigious MYER Fashions on the field ‘Millinery Award’ held at Flemington race course during Melbourne Cup Carnival.