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The witch and her
wardrobe

INTRODUCTION TO WITCHERY

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The witch and her
wardrobe

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Contrary to common belief, witches are rather beautiful and sophisticated
ladies. That’s what attracts you to them; it’s part of their charm. Very rarely,
you would see a witch without headwear. Hair accessories are a witch’s most
desired fashion wear – hats, scarves, fascinators, headbands or even hair
clips. In this section, I’ll show you a few different headwear projects, as well
as other rather fashionable accessories for you to make at home, including
the most iconic witch’s hat of all, the pointy, black hat. For suppliers and
templates, please see pages 196-201.

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THE WITCH AND HER WARDROBE

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INTRODUCTION TO WITCHERY

Spider Web Beret
Give a classic 1940s style beret a spooky yet sophisticated look for the autumn/winter season. This
project involves using a very simple embroidery stitch, and it is finished off with a cheeky, vintage
spider brooch.

Materials
Beret (1940s style works best)
Silver embroidery thread

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Embroidery needle

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Hat elastic

Ruler or tape measure
Spider brooch

How to make it

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1. Start by marking the centre of the hat (if using a normal beret, it will
already be marked by the little felt spike).

2. Draw the spider web design with the help of a ruler or tape measure to
sketch a basic star shape.

3. Start sewing the design with a simple embroidery backstitch. Pull
the needle and thread up through the felt and do one stitch forward. From
underneath, space the needle out the length of your desired stitch, pull up
through the fabric, and bring the needle and thread back down through the end
of the previous stitch.
4. Once you’ve finished the spider web design, pin the spider brooch through
the fabric of the beret, wherever you want to place it.
5. Turn the hat around and attach the elastic halfway across the
circumference.

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THE WITCH AND HER WARDROBE

WITCH FACT

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INTRODUCTION TO WITCHERY

Poison Apple Headband
I’ve made this hair accessory a fair few times, playing around with different colour combinations, so
feel free to experiment. Painting the apple gold and using a gold hairband works really well too!

Materials
Wide hairband

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Artificial apple (whatever colour you like but it needs to be polystyrene on the
inside)
Green glitter

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Plastic snake toys

PVC glue and glue gun

How to make it

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1. Take a bite of your artificial apple. Don’t worry, it is made of polystyrene
on the inside and taking an actual bite will make it look so much more realistic,
but make sure to spit it out!
2. Using a paintbrush, cover the bitten area of the apple with PVA glue
and sprinkle green glitter all over it. It may take a couple of attempts to get it
completely covered. Clean glitter off the rest of the apple using a damp cloth.
3. Glue the base of the apple to the headband using a glue gun. Let it dry
while holding it firmly for a minute or so.
4. Insert the snakes in the glittery inner area and/or around it and secure with
the glue gun until they feel attached.
5. Put on your head and go out, to the supermarket or the post office, it
doesn’t matter where!

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