How It’s Made: A Paul’s Hat Works Fedora

Royal Hats After hearing your love for Queen Margrethe’s hat this week, I thought you might enjoy watching the making of a fedora. The talented women at Paul’s Hat Works in San Francisco make their hats by hand using traditional methods and tools that are fascinating to watch.

6 thoughts on “How It’s Made: A Paul’s Hat Works Fedora

  1. Thanks for this interesting video HatQueen, it was great to see these talented people making hats by hand using traditional methods and tools, which proves that everything modern isn’t necessarily an improvement on the old ways. I would love to own one of their hats.

  2. Thank you so much for posting this! It was very enjoyable and gave me a good understanding of hat making, and admiration for the wonderful craftsmanship that goes into each and every hat. I loved almost every hat they were making, and I adored the little bowler hat; which is odd, considering I generally don’t care for that style. I would love one of their hats, and if I am ever in SF, I will most certainly go to their shop. These ladies not only know how to rock a hat, they know how to make one too. I love to see people who enjoy their work, and clearly they do. What a delight to be able to see this. Again, thanks for posting this and for the work you do to feed our hat obsessions.

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