Learn to Hand Cover a headband to use on its own or as a base for future millinery projects.
You will love the hand making techniques you will learn and will leave with lots of tips on how to get the best professional look. Various techniques are used and demonstrated, basic headband shapes provided.
I love to use natural fibres like silk and cotton and hemp to cover a band and I will supply some small amounts of fabric for your use but if you have a nice silk you would like to use then bring it along. Mostly hand sewing with small amount of sewing machine skills.
Julie's studio is in a converted 1851 stables building within the JamFactory Artisans studios, part of the Seppeltsfield Winery Complex in The Barossa Valley, set in beautiful rolling hills and vineyards.
Please choose your class & dates with care as we cannot give refunds.
- How to cover a headband with fabric
- How to achieve a professional finnish
- Get perfect hand making techniques
- Walk out wearing a Covered Headband in the fabric of your choice
- Indulgue in the hand making process
- Sewing kit, needles, thread sharp scissors
- Fabric preferably silk or natural fibres, some fabrics included. Headband included.
- Notepad and Pen
Great for the complete novice and good to start here
Vendor sincce 2013
Milliner Julie Fleming (est 1989) is dedicated to style and design and is one of Australia's best known Fashion Milliners she also makes for Film and Television. Fully trained in London with Philip Somerville, whose client list included the Queen, The Late Princess of Wales, as well as many members of Royalty, politics and stage and screen. Julie most recently made a hat for Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall as the gift from the people of South Australia. Julie Fleming was presented to both Charles and Camilla on their visit to South Australia.
Since establishing her own fashion business on her return to Australia in 1989 Julie Fleming has had a faithful following in the fashion world and a thriving private clientele for Spring Racing Hats in Melbourne. Julie is proud to say she has been on the cover of ‘Vogue Australia’ five times. Her period work currently seen in 'The Dr Blake Mysteries' ABC TV.
Made to measure hats, fascinators, headbands, belts, jewellery, stoles, hair flowers, full bespoke millinery service (including re blocking and re styling service). Discover the whole picture at her website www.juliefleming.com.au
Reciently re-located to the beautiful Barrosa Valley in South Australia, Julie conducts workshops and Intensive classes in Millinery and related subjects including bow making, feather curling/sculpture for use in hats and fascinators as well as fascinator workshops. Situated in The JamFactory complex at Seppeltsfield Winery