2010 Hat Maker of the Year gets involved

Kate Langrish, crowned ‘Hat Maker of the Year 2010’, has developed our official range of campaign hats. Instructions to make your own bespoke hat and accompanying video are available here (make sure when printing the patterns that your printer is set to print `full size' rather than `scaled to fit'):

Make A Hat Instructions
Pattern - Large (23-25" / 59-64cm) 
Pattern - Medium (22-23" / 56-58cm)
Pattern - Small (20-21" / 50 - 55cm)
Pattern - Quadrons
Make A Hat Video



 

Or why not create your own hat simply out of paper

Make A Paper Hat Instructions

Make A Paper Hat Video
 

Enjoy making your hat and wearing it on the big day!

 

 

 


Philip Treacy, celebrity hat designer, contributes to exclusive brooch

Philip Treacy, celebrity hat designer and patron to the charity, comments:

"Fashion is a feeling and a mood and therefore how better to express your passion and commitment to a subject such as brain tumour research than by wearing a fantastic hat?  It immediately creates a statement and it doesn't matter what the hat is or how much it costs; everybody who gets involved will feel a million dollars on the day, whilst also raising much needed research funds and awareness".

 

Philip has contributed to the campaign by providing an image of a hat that he has designed for an exclusive brooch that is available as a limited edition.  Find out more

 


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