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Vi piace il viola? / Do you like purple?

Un gomitolo di un bel viola brillante, unico del suo colore in mezzo a tutti gli altri, ha catturato la mia attenzione. L'ho portato a casa e nel giro di poco l'ho trasformato in questo cappellino dal sapore vintage, per me decisamente inusuale... guardandolo infatti continuo a pensare ai copricapo che andavano per la maggiore tra gli anni 20 e 30 del secolo scorso... D'altra parte, ultimamente mi sto dedicando a diverse cose nuove, perciò forse non dovrei stupirmi...
Voi cosa ne dite del risultato?

A nice bright purple ball, the only one of this colour amid all the others, caught my eye. I brought it home with me and in a short time I made it into this kind of vintage hat, which is pretty unusual for me... looking at it though I can't help but think of the hats they used to wear back in the 1920s and 1930s... After all, I've been experimenting new things a lot, lately, so maybe I shouldn't be surprised...
Anyway, what do you think about it?


Trovate anche lui nel mio shop, o se preferite potete contattarmi via e-mail.

You can find it for sale in my shop, or you can send me an e-mail.

Comments

  1. Il colore è davvero primaverile, come il cappellino, adatto a proteggere dal sole e dal vento, ricorda molto i modelli vintage . Io non uso i cappelli, ma mi piace tanto vederli indossati !
    Maddalena

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  2. Io amo il viola, potrebbe non piacermi?
    ciao

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  3. Yes ! I'm finishing a doily in this color ! Your hat is really nice !!!!
    Have a fun day, today !
    Anna

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  4. Oh I like it a lot!! ♥ Wonderful color and so pretty with this shell border. A lovely summer hat, well done :-). Have a cozy evening! Nata

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  5. Si!adoro il viola!!! E il tuo cappellino vintage è meraviglioso!

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  6. A me il viola non piace,ma il cappellino sì.Un tempo non li usavo,ora sempre:d'inverno quelli di lana che mi riparano dal freddo e mi risparmiano un sacco di magagne(anche perchè io vado spesso in bici e l'aria gelida punge!) e d'estate per riparami dal sole.Questo è un bel modello:semplice e mettibile senza problemi!

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