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-Classes-

may 2-3 & 16-17, 2020

Sat & Sun

Grenade 1 18th Century Fashion Plate 133
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Classes are paid for individually, you may pick and choose- please consult schedules times to be sure your choices do not overlap. They will be held in 'rooms' using webconference software on a listed schedule. Classes are broadcast using webcams, attendees do not need a webcam to attend but will need to download the [free] video software

Classes are booked with and paid directly to the teachers. Attendance and wait lists are at their discretion. Questions regarding specific classes should be addressed to those teachers.

 

We want everyone to be able to participate- lists of required materials will be tailored to what attendees may have on hand as much as possible. *Do not leave the house to shop for this* If you are lacking supplies, you are still welcome to attend in a demo capacity.

 See you soon!

18th Century

-18th Century-

Beyond the Fringe:

A Deeper Look at 18th Century Passementerie

Cost: $20                                    Teacher: Denise Hendrick

2 hours

In this class, students will discuss additional elements commonly seen in 18th c. trims and take a look
at 6 gowns from the V&A in more detail. Instructor will teach ways to identify how they are constructed, including internal elements of cord & wire for trim such as- passementerie, fly fringe, puffed 'bonbons', loops & tufts, rosebuds, Tenerife & Ganutell flowers, gimp & picots, flattened puffs, tassels & more.

Students will not be creating trim during this introductory lecture, but attendees will receive a 10% discount off of the detailed online instructional course (47 units).

**Sunday, May 3 full**

 

Sunday, May 17 only

 11:30 am-1:30 pm PST 

1:30-3:30 pm CST 

2:30-4:30 pm EST

Georgian Ribbon Embroidery:

An Overview