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Millinery Courses Online: Video Millinery Classes

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Learn the art of millinery and discover the best hat-making techniques available direct from an expert milliner. All from your own home!

Millinery Hub's Online Courses

Millinery Hub offers a range of options to learn millinery online. We’ll cover essential hat-making techniques, look at creative inspiration and learn about a variety of other art and craft millinery skills that can transform your hat designs. If you’re looking for a millinery teaching experience that promises millinery students the chance to develop their hat-making skills and millinery techniques, our online millinery courses are guaranteed to have an impact.

Why Take Online Millinery Courses?

Video Tutorials

While online learning stops physical access to your tutor, it opens up the possibility of learning from teachers. We encourage you to follow this practice, both with Millinery Hub and other millinery teachers out there. Online video classes mean that more people than ever have access to the skills they need to make a hat for the first time or combine with their experience to further their millinery repertoire.

Of course, because these millinery courses run at home, you’ll need to make sure you have your own millinery materials before we start. The millinery materials you’ll need for the course are outlined on the course’s page description, which you can review before purchasing. If students have questions about the millinery supplies they’ll need, they can contact us for all the details. You can buy the supplies you need from your materials list here on Millinery Hub if you don’t have access to them already.

Besides our online video millinery courses, we have a range of in-Hub workshops and millinery classes where you can learn face to face.

Meet Your Millinery Course Tutor

I’m Lindsey Whitehead, owner and Director of Millinery Hub. I’ve been in the millinery business for many years. My journey into professional millinery began in 2007 when I studied pattern making and sewing at Wagga TAFE. I attended my first millinery course as part of my studies, which means I know exactly what it’s like for millinery students out there trying to get started or improve their training. From my very first millinery course, I was in love with hats, millinery techniques and hat design. My passion for millinery took me to the theatre, where I soon started winning awards for my creations. I entered the millinery business as a supplier and retailer after my move to Melbourne, and I’ve been sharing my trade secrets ever since. I’m excited to connect with millinery students looking to learn new millinery techniques, and can’t wait to hear what you think of your next millinery course.