Course Description

Innovative and award winning Milliner Rebecca Share has mastered exceptional styling with her Feather Quill headpieces. 

You will learn the techniques of curling, wiring and attaching the quills to a custom made Alice headband.

Unlock the secrets to help create exquisite designs that can be embellished in a host of ways to reflect your own style and that of your clients in this step by step video tutorial.

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What you get

  • Comprehensive detailed online video lessons.  
  • Convenient easy-to-use separate lesson chapters for ease of navigation.
  • Flexible and accessible learning in your own time
  • Unlimited lifetime access on any modern device
  • View detailed PDF documents 

Tutor

Rebecca Share

Award winning Australian Milliner Rebecca Share is renowned in the industry for her contemporary signature style and has been creating headwear since 1997.  Rebecca is a highly sought after Millinery tutor and has taught at various Tafe colleges, International Millinery conventions as well as group workshops and private Masterclasses taught in her Millinery studio.

Rebecca has gained a dedicated following for the signature series of hat blocks she designs for leading Australian hat block maker Darryll Osborne at ‘Hat Blocks Australia’.

Internationally recognised, Rebecca’s designs grabbed the attention of Jennifer Lopez’s personal stylist, which led her to creating 28 exclusive headpieces for the JLo ‘It’s my Party’ USA Tour 2019.

  • Learn in your own time

    With our online courses you can learn at your own pace, in your own time in the comfort of your home or studio. Purchase online for immediate access using your computer or mobile app.

  • Course Tutor assistance

    We love supporting our students! You will have access online to ask lesson specific questions and feedback with your course tutor for three months.

  • Variety of instruction

    Be inspired by a variety of learning instructions with signature Millinery techniques and industry knowledge taught by an Award winning Master of Millinery.

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