Apr 28, 2011
I know it has been alil while since I have let you fine and sophisticated people, like myself, Under My Hat! I had a gentleman come into the store today looking for funeral clothes, and of course, I checked out the Hat he had on. By looking, I think his Hat was Silverbelly under all the years of abuse, with a shorter brim, and crooked "Homemade" Gus crease. I talked to him for a brief minute to make sure he didn't need my help, then one of the girls came and helped him pick out some nice new threads. He later told me he had to go to his 101 year old Aunt's funeral.
4. Draw a circle around the Hat with pencil (or Sharpie Marker), while holding tension in the string.
5. Once you have your circle, take your scissors, pocket knife, pruning shears, or nearest box cutters...and follow your circle until you have trimmed your brim to proper liking!
Under Kody's Hat is not liable for wavy brims, snags, uneven measurements, and your own disliking of your new and "improved" Hat. PLEASE DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME!!
Needless to say, after his adventurous story, he walked out with a brand new granite Hat, with a properly cut 4 inch brim! Thanks for the story "man from Montecello"