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Anne Colquitt of Hatsavvy - handmade hats that are turning heads


Congratulations to Narooma' milliner Anne Colquitt of Hatsavvy. Anne had success last week with one of her bespoke creations at the Moruya Fashions on the Field.


Entrant Louise Thomas wore a hatinator made from a Xmas placemat... the ultimate upcycle headpiece of which Milliner Anne is rightly proud Anne likes to recycle and is most noted for her upcycled travel hats made from repurposed fabric that would otherwise be destined for landfill. Here are some local identities that all came to Hatsavvy for advice and styling tips.


Anne Colquitt came to Narooma 17 years ago from Coffs Harbour to look after her ailing mother. Decided to stay here and continued millinery business through local Moruya markets till the Eurobodalla Shire suggested Anne take on a shop under the Renew the Eurobodalla program.


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