The way to make cute hats from crepe paper is demonstrated.
"The latest novelty in crepe paper - the beach "sunshade-hat". Just a few minutes' work."
M/S of a woman standing behind a table holding a piece of spotty crepe paper. She sits down and spreads it out on the table. She pins a paper pattern to the crepe paper and cuts around it - C/U. She then paints glue onto the paper pattern and sticks it to the crepe paper, making little cuts inside the crown. "Then for a little "she shows she sews" High angle of the woman sewing with a pedal operated sewing machine. She folds around the excess crepe paper and pulls it through the hole in the top. A crown is then placed over the top of the pulled through paper (we aren't shown how this part is made). This is sewn on by machine. A dark edging is sewn onto the brim and turned down.
"And here you are - the sunshade-hat for river or beach use - " C/U of the woman modelling the hat - very nice! Other versions of the hats are modelled. They are very cute. End intertitle invites cinema-goers to write in for a leaflet.
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Was an item in Eve's Film Review issue number 477.