P.O. Box 8077
Lancaster, PA 17604-8077

Email:  bonnets@embarqmail.com 

Phone: (717) 285-3373


Due to upcoming surgery and recuperation, Millerís Millinery will not be accepting orders for millinery & accessories until June 1, 2017. Pattern orders will be filled beginning in March.
Millerís Millinery event schedule will begin in June 2017.

Since 1990, MILLER’S MILLINERY has offered PORTFOLIO PATTERNS™ specializing in historically accurate 18th and 19th century head wear and clothing accessories. Original items have been carefully studied to draft each illustrated pattern. Construction techniques follow original methods. Patterns fit heads measuring 22” unless otherwise noted.

Along with items of MILLINERY we also carry appropriate CLOTHING ACCESSORIES individually stitched of silk, cotton, linen and fine wool. Trims are natural fibers when available. Construction techniques are those used on originals; most are entirely hand stitched.

Questions about colors? Fabrics? Trims? We will be pleased to assist in creating an accurate 18th or 19th century appearance. Can you find what you need? If not, please inquire.

Lynnette & Ray at Neshaminy, 2010


Lynnette Miller is an independent costume consultant and researcher who founded Miller’s Millinery in 1990. A member of the Costume Society of America, she promotes accuracy in historic interpretation, primarily in 18th and 19th century clothing. She has won national awards, including the 1979 Delaney Award, for her Civil War era clothing and served two terms as National Chairwoman of the North-South Skirmish Association Costume Committee (formerly Ladies of the N-SSA). A retired art teacher, she writes magazine articles, lectures and conducts workshops in addition to running her millinery business. Her merchandise has been purchased by historic sites throughout the USA and Europe, and was seen on a 2006 PBS program about frontier life.

Lynnette is available for slide presentations, lectures or general interest programs. Please contact her for more information.

Lynette and Ray relax with daughter Andrea Amey and husband Mark at a recent 18th century event.

Educational Programs

The 2006 Ladies & Gentlemen of the 1860’s Conference.
Lynnette wears her dress made from the “conference fabric.” She is escorted by her husband Ray.


In 2005 Lynnette created the bonnet which accessories Martha McCain’s beautiful ruffled mid-nineteenth century dress.

The 2006 Ladies & Gentlemen of the 1860’s Conference.
Andrea Amey and husband Mark, also attended the conference. Andrea is a goldsmith and creates beautiful 18th and 19th century period jewelry.

You Can Visit Miller's Millinery Sutlery At These Upcoming Events:
(Other events will be announced as they are scheduled.)

October 8 & 9 Harvest Days (Colonial event)
at Landis Valley Village & Farm Museum. Lancaster, PA - www.landisvalleymuseum.org
November 18 - 20 Remembrance Weekend Civil War Expo
at the Gettysburg Hotel on the square in Gettysburg, PA. Vendors include Civil War & More, James Country Mercantile, James River Emporium, Lucy’s Hairwork & Miller’s Millinery.
Expo hours: Friday 11am-10pm; Saturday 10am-10pm; Sunday 9am-noon.


(Other events will be announced as they are scheduled.)

February 11, 2017 Winter Workshop: View the Collection then Stitch an Early 1800’s (Regency/Empire Era) Cap
Participants will have an insider’s tour of the Collections gallery at Landis Valley, being able to examine early 19th century caps from the collection. After a short introduction to construction to styles, fabrics & construction techniques, participants will create their own cap from appropriate fabrics & materials.
Instructors: Museum Curator Jennifer Royer & Independent Costume Researcher Lynnette Miller. - www.landisvalleymuseum.org
April TBA Civil War reenactment
Neshaminy State Park, Bensalem, PA
June TBA Revolutionary reenactment
Monmouth Battlefield State Park, NJ

Fashionable Bonnets Supplies Headdresses
Hats Caps Children's
Gentlemen's Measurement Chart Accessories
Practical Bonnets and Hoods


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