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Old September 23rd 09, 11:38 PM posted to rec.crafts.textiles.sewing
Dawn Wood
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Default regency dressmaking class

October Oct 3rd-4th 10.30am-4.30pm each day

Learn how to cut, sew and finish a regency style dress with costume maker
Dawn Wood

You will learn how to adapt a pattern from extant clothing information, to
fit you and learn historical stitch techniques to get the correct finish.

You will then be given information on how to use this basic pattern to make
a variety of regency style garments covering the period 1795-1815

The class takes place over days.

Please note all our classes need to be prebooked

70 plus materials. Refreshments, but not lunch, included

Places are limited to 6 on this class


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