Can you do that, modify a noun by mixing modifiers?
Say, something like this:
each is modifying 帽子.
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I think you can do it but it can get tricky when chaining multiple modifiers. There’s a famous garden-path sentence demonstrating this ambiguity in Japanese:
Found the answer in Basic Japanese A Grammar and Workbook By Shoko Hamano, Takae Tsujioka , p.30
You can combine noun-modifying clauses with the other types of modiﬁers. Remember to keep the modiﬁed noun at the end of the noun phrase.
[boku ga tsukutta] [herushii-na] [yasai-no] pizza
“the healthy vegetable pizza that I made”