Feather Quill Headpieces
Create no-fuss, barely there trims with max impact. Get in the know with Rebecca Share’s super-fun proven process to curl, wire and assemble creative feather quill headpieces. Learn to shape and structure these lightweight lovelies to add fabulous yet simple elegance to any headwear style. Dream big with myriad skills and ideas for embellishments, ribbons, veiling and more. Learn how to use quills to achieve a range of styles that will see you through big statement-making hats to simpler, understated headpieces and trims.
Our course includes everything you need to create the perfect lightweight feather quill headpieces.
Easy to follow online video courses
Step-by-step instructions and templates
Access to our private Facebook community
In-course discussions and tutor assistance
Unlimited lifetime online course access
WHAT YOU'LL LEARN
First, get to know feathers! Understand the structure of a feather to master curling and wiring quills to create modern headwear designs. Learn how to make a custom wire Alice headband and the secrets to attaching elements in ways that promise stability and comfort.
- Curling Feather Quills
- Wirework Fundamentals
- Custom Alice Headband
- Effortless Attachment
Get across Rebecca’s quick and easy colouring methods and explore nifty options for individual styling with embellishments, ribbon and veiling. Get inspired with oodles of design variations you can adapt and use in your own bridal, racewear and bespoke hat trims.
- Design Variations
- Ribbon Embellishment
- Creative Ribbonwork
All of our courses are designed for beginners, with no experience necessary.
No experience necessary
Expert support at your fingertips
Learn at your own pace
“AMAZING COURSE! I just loved this course!! It is so complete and offers so many possibilities!! Rebecca explains everything so well and the course is divided in small videos which makes very easy to go back and see again just the part that you need… I so much recommend this course!!”
“I just loved this course and love the end results. So easy, so feminine and stylish! I’m excited to get started with making a lot of these beauties! I’m always so happy to learn under Rebecca’s guidance, she really is a master in her field and I’m looking forward to seeing future designs!”
“This technique is amazing, the result is beautiful and can be used for a variety of projects. The steps are easy to follow and the materials are not hard to find. I loved it.”
“Wonderful course taught by Giulia, very happy with my silk flowers, even though I didn’t have all of the tools I was able to improvise to create beautiful flowers, which was brilliant. Her step by step instructions were easy to follow and understand. Would definitely recommend this course, thank you and look forward to any further online courses from Giulia.”
“Wonderful Headband course presented by Rebecca – so easy to follow, clear instruction and I love the way the course was broken down into the different elements so you can find things again without have to search through the whole presentation. Can’t wait to get started, very inspirational. Thank you.”
“I want to say a huge thanks to Rebecca for this amazing course. I was pretty much stuck on blocking leather crowns and you just made my millinery world so much easier to make them. Such great detail in the tutorials and step by step that made me feel so much better in my work. Also love how I can find where I was last up to and can go back to the section I really wanted to go back to, which has made it way much easier than any other online millinery tutorial platforms.”
“Thank you so much, we loved the two courses we took – Floating Headpieces and Iridescent Millinery. Thoroughly enjoyed the courses THANK YOU.”
“I feel like a whole new milliner after working with you. I feel so much more confident, I’ve got a totally different outlook on my work. It’s been the best thing for me and now I’m at my busiest time with a great new outlook!”
“Amazing course loved it! All the techniques explained in detail in order to create breathtaking feather headpieces.”