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Millinery supplies are used for making hats, and you'll find millinery wire, the elusive millinery double buckram material and veiling here. Buckram Suppliers can be tough to find, and we provide only the highest quality.


All items on this page need to be ordered in full meter lengths
as the system does not accept decimals.

Click here to see our article on "How to Create a Wired Ruff" using millinery wire
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double buckram black millinery wire, 16 gauge white millinery wire, 16 gauge
Double buckram also known as Crow Buckram is shipped rolled - no matter how small a quantity you order. Folding it would destroy it, but rolling does mean the shipping cost is higher for the weight of the product.


Hat wire or millinery wire 16 gauge white in a 30yd coil. 16 gauge is the heaviest gauge of millinery wire that we stock, 21 gauge is the lightest. Hat wire or millinery wire 16 gauge white in a 30yd coil. 16 gauge is the heaviest gauge of millinery wire that we stock, 21 gauge is the lightest.
black millinery wire, 19 gauge white millinery wire, 19 gauge black millinery wire, 21 gauge
hat wire/millinery wire 19 gauge black 20yd coil hat wire/millinery wire 19 gauge white 20yd coil hat wire/millinery wire 21 gauge black 60yd coil
white millinery wire, 21 gauge Nylon veiling, white
nylon net veiling 300 cm/White
Price per Meter 11.70
hat wire/millinery wire 21 gauge white 60yd coil This nylon net veiling is 300 cm (118 inches) wide and drapes beautifully; it is not at all pouffy. Being nylon, means this veiling is dyeable - please note that not everyone has the same success with dying.

We have professional Ballet Companies order this for tutu panties. They use a double layer. It seemed flimsy to me but I saw the end result and was amazed.
   
 
The products on this page can be used for things other than hat making. The double buckram can be shaped; it's very stiff but when it is steamed or made wet it becomes more pliable and can be shaped to form the crown of a hat or almost anything else - when it dries it maintains the shape you created, so let your imagination fly and buy some to play with.
Millinery wire (also known as hat wire) can be a bit difficult to work with as it's quite soft, but this also means it can be shaped - unlike spring steel. You can use beading wire or even strong thread to connect intersections of the wire and secure the joins with jewel glue that dries clear. Millinery wire is used to create the shape for straw bonnets.
Nylon veiling
is drapes beautifully and is not at all puffy like tulle. It to can be used for many other things that veils; tutu panties are made from this using two layers, it's also used for net dress layers in lingerie. If you've never worked with it - buy just a meter, it's light weight, relatively inexpensive and it's 300cm wide! That's 118 inches.