• Jace Shoemaker-Galloway

Happy National Felt Hat Day and Make a Hat Day: Famous hats and headwear


When it comes to holidays, Sept. 15 has a little something for everyone! Not only is it National Linguine Day and National Double-Cheeseburger Day, it’s also Make a Hat Day and National Felt Hat Day!

While the origins of these annual Hat Days are unknown, why not honor both holidays at once by making a special,one-of-a-kind felt hat? It won't be too long before cooler weather is on the way. And who knows, maybe your creation will really turn some heads!

But if sewing or hat making isn’t your cup of tea, why not celebrate Make a Hat Day and National Felt Hat Day by taking a peek at a few famous hats?

Famous Hats & Head-wear

  • Napoleon Bonaparte

  • Abraham Lincoln

  • Ronald Reagan

  • Michael Jackson

  • Elton John

  • Frank Sinatra

  • Jacqueline Kennedy’s pillbox hat

  • John Wayne’s cowboy hat

  • Zoro

  • Robin Hood

  • Humphrey Bogart's famous hat in Casablanca

  • Paul Hogan’s character in Crocodile Dundee

  • Dustin Hoffman in Captain Hook

  • John Belushi and Dan Aykroyd in the Blues Brothers

  • Oddjob’s hat in the 1964 James Bond film, Goldfinger

  • Kate Winslet’s character, Rose, in the blockbuster, Titantic

  • Eliza Doolittle’s hat in My Fair Lady

  • Fess Parker’s coonskin cap in the television series, Daniel Boone

  • Indiana Jones famous hat in the Raiders of the Lost Ark film series

  • Johnny Depp as the Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland

  • Sherlock Holmes

  • Fred Astaire’s top hat in Top Hat

  • Diane Keaton in Annie Hall

  • Dr. Seuss’s Cat in the Hat

  • Peter Pan

  • Popeye the Sailor Man’s sailor cap

  • Uncle Sam

Happy National Felt Hat Day and Make a Hat Day! For more wild, wacky and wonderful holidays, visitHolidailys - your one-shop-source for holidays.

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