Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Primitive Witch Hat

I bought the pattern for this witch hat last year and figured I better 'get her done'. The pattern is appropriately titled 'Primitive Witch Hat' and is by 'Old Road Primitives'.

The pattern called for cheesecloth for the hat band but I didn't have any on hand, so I used some tulle instead. The pattern also includes instructions for staining and grunging the hat with a nice cinnamon, vanilla and coffee mix.

The hat reminded me of the 'Wicked Witch of the West' from the 'Wizard of Oz', so I used some of her famous last words on the tag.

This jelly cupboard is in my kitchen and it's the first area you see when you come in the door. I change the display on it fairly regularly. It seemed like the perfect spot for my new/old hat and some of my other treasures. One of my favorite things is the black victorian baby boots. I had been searching and searching for some vintage baby shoes and finally found these over the summer at an antique shop. I just love them!

Until next time ~ Suzanne.

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18 comments:

  1. Gorgeous Hat, it turned out really well. Love your Baby Boots.

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  2. Wow! How fun! Thanks for stopping by my blog! I love the hat! (and ALL of your projects!)

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  3. That hat is so fabulous Suzanne. You did a great job on it. Your whole display is very nice.
    Fall Blessings,
    AMY

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  4. Oh, that is awesome!! Love the hat, love the display, love it all!

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  5. That is just the coolest hat!!! I love it, such a great idea!

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  6. I love it! Thanks for linking up.

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  7. I do believe that is the coolest witch hat I've every laid eyes on! Love your entire display. Thanks for sharing!

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  8. LOVE, LOVE, LOVE this! What a fabulous display :)

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  9. I'm not normally into the witch stuff, but this hat is way cool! I love it.

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  10. What a beautiful job you did on that hat! I love the way you primmed it up. I never thought of using tulle before, it looks prim too. The whole display looks wonderful!

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