Late Registration Information for Costume College 2013
- Late Registration Information for Costume College 2013
This is a new registration option for Limited classes. This is the first year we have tried it. If it's successful, we might repeat it. You are encouraged to comment on its success in the Costume College survey in your check in packet.
Late Registration will run from 7pm to 9pm on Thursday evening and 8am to 9am Friday morning. You must check-in before you can participate. It will close at 9am or when all remaining Limited classes are filled, whichever occurs first. This process allow for a one time registration opportunity. These slots were not filled during the initial limited registration process for a number of reasons and the teachers have enough flexibility in their supplies and preparation to fill them at the last minute.
All class slots are available on a first come, first served basis. When they are given out, the class is full. You cannot reserve Limited classes. You cannot swap Limited classes. You cannot sell Limited classes.
Please bring your checkbook! If you are lucky enough to get into one of these classes you will have to write a check to the teacher when you register. Please be aware of the supplies needed for the classes you are interested in. If the class is early Friday morning, you might want to bring the “student provides” with you, just in case. If you do not have easy access to a car or the ability to run home or to a nearby fabric store, you might want to consider bringing the “student provides” with you to college.
Beginning Crochet // Cindy Price, Debbie Bogdan // 1 open slot(s) availableBasic Pattern Alteration Workshop // Bobbie Kalben // 2 open slot(s) availableBeginning Crewel Embroidery: 18th Century Pockets // Catherine Scholar // 2 open slot(s) availableEverybody Loves Spats // Hallie Smith // 2 open slot(s) availableElizabethan to Cavalier Style Metallic Thread Covered Buttons // Lynn McMasters, Gail Nichols // 2 open slots(s) availableVictorian Corset Workshop // Barbara Muran, Neal Way // 3 open slot(s) availableGold Bullion Baroque Pearl Embroidery // Kathryn Wolters // 3 open slot(s) availableMake the Camera Love You and Your Costumes // Amy Calcote // 5 open slot(s) availableBasic Chain-Maille // Carl Nelson // 5 open slot(s) availableFabric Flowers / Costume Embellishments // Cindy Price, Debbie Bogdan // 5 open slot(s) availableThe Well Dressed Child // Emma Cross // 5 open slot(s) availableBeginning Bobbin Lace // Priscilla Atwell // 5 open slot(s) availableThe Cure for Gaposis - How to Apply Hook & Eye Tape // Shelley Peters // 5 open slot(s) availableLacing Strips Workshop // Laura Rubin // 6 open slot(s) availableFitting Basics Workshop // Bobbie Kalben // 7 open slot(s) availableFantastical Horns without the Headache // Jonnalyhn Prill // 7 open slot(s) availableMaking a Cavalier Style Pearl Choker and Drop Earrings // Kathryn Wolters // 7 open slot(s) availableBe Cavalier about Wigs // Tracylynn Gomez // 10 open slot(s) availableFantastic Hair Falls // Jonnalyhn Prill // 12 open slot(s) availableSkirting the Belle, or Meet the Pleat, Plait & Gauge // Shelley Peters // 12 open slot(s) availableGo Go Gijinka! // Andrea Molina // 13 open slot(s) availableChandelier Earrings // Tracey Gorin // 13 open slot(s) availableMultistrand Beaded Necklace // Tracey Gorin // 13 open slot(s) availableCreating Duct Tape Patterns // Rebecca Howard // 14 open slot(s) available
Everything above this line will be on a handout available when Late Registration is open at Costume College. For any questions before then, please email cocoteachers@.... Below is a summary of the classes available, their costs and needed supplies.
Beginning CrochetCindy Price, Debbie BogdanFriday 2:00 - 3:15 ($2)Student provides: Samples, handout. A crochet hook (size F, G, or H would be best), one skein/ball of medium weight yarn. Color really doesn’t matter. It’s just to practice on. Pen/pencil and something for notes, a camera to photograph any of my examples.
Basic Pattern Alteration WorkshopBobbie KalbenSaturday 11:00 – 12:45 ($8)Student provides: 8 Patterns to alter, tracing paper, other misc supplies 6” clear C-THRU ruler, a longer clear C-THRU ruler, a fashion ruler (such as Styling Design Ruler) or French curve, measuring tape, pencil, erasable colored pencils, eraser, paper scissors, clear tape, pins in a pincushion (regular or magnetic). Optional but excellent are Sarah Veblen’s book “The Complete Photo Guide to Perfect Fitting” and a cutting surface with a grid, such as a large gridded cutting mat or board. If you don't own all of these items, don't worry, we should have enough to share, but please bring what you have.
Beginning Crewel Embroidery: 18th Century PocketsCatherine ScholarSaturday 2:30 - 4:45 ($40)Student provides: White sewing thread, a 6-8” embroidery hoop, small sharp embroidery scissors, fabric scissors, hand sewing needles, and wax for thread.
Everybody Loves SpatsHallie SmithSaturday 12:30 - 2:15 ($15)Student provides: Sewing machine, thread, scissors
Elizabethan to Cavalier Style Metallic Thread Covered ButtonsLynn McMasters, Gail NicholsSaturday 9:00 – 10:45 ($5)Student provides: Scraps at least 3” sq. of quilt weight cotton or linen to match your doublet, one spool of a .5mm weight Metallic twist cord a needle large enough for the cord and a sewing kit
Victorian Corset WorkshopBarbara Muran, Neal WayFriday 9:00 – 4:45 ($100)Student provides: Sewing machine in good working order with a working zipper foot and basic sewing tools. Students should have solid intermediate sewing skills, be comfortable working with commercial patterns, and sewing in a class environment. Limited fabric color choices.
Gold Bullion Baroque Pearl EmbroideryKathryn WoltersSunday 1:00 – 4:45 ($40)Student provides: 8" embroidery hoop, scissors for cutting gold threads
Make the Camera Love You and Your CostumesAmy CalcoteSaturday 9:00 – 10:15 ($1)Student provides: Nothing required.
Basic Chain-MailleCarl NelsonFriday 3:00 – 4:45 ($25)Student provides: 2 pairs of 2 position ‘channel lock’ pliers or medium jeweler’s pliers, gloves optional
Fabric Flowers / Costume EmbellishmentsCindy Price, Debbie BogdanSunday 1:00 - 2:15 ($7.50)Student provides: A needle and a pair of sewing scissors.
The Well Dressed ChildEmma CrossSunday 9:00 - 12:45 ($40)Student provides: Sewing kit for hand stitching.
Beginning Bobbin LacePriscilla AtwellSaturday 2:30 - 4:45 ($10)Student provides: Nothing required.
The Cure for Gaposis - How to Apply Hook & Eye TapeShelley PetersFriday 9:00 - 10:15 ($7)Student provides: Sewing Machine, Hand sewing kit. Cut out bodice and flat lining, if desired.
Lacing Strips WorkshopLaura RubinFriday 3:30 - 4:45 ($10)Student provides: Sewing machines, sewing kits, metal boning if desired, fancy or larger grommets and fancy fabric, any preferred lacing cord
Fitting Basics WorkshopBobbie KalbenFriday 12:00 - 1:45 ($2)Student provides: Students can bring muslins (toiles), and appropriate undergarments, to try on for us to critique and improve the fit. All students should bring note taking materials, pins in a pincushion (regular or magnetic) and a marking pen.
Fantastical Horns without the HeadacheJonnalyhn PrillSunday 9:00 - 12:45 ($7)Student provides: Needle-nose pliers
Making a Cavalier Style Pearl Choker and Drop EarringsKathryn WoltersFriday 9:00 - 12:45 ($40)Student provides: 1 each: Small diagonal cutters, round nose and flat-nose pliers.
Be Cavalier about WigsTracylynn GomezSaturday 2:30 – 4:45 ($45)Student provides: Student should bring a canvas head, clamp stand (NO STYRO HEADS), 8- t pins or ball head sewing pins or u pins. Optional - ribbons and strands of pearls or beads if desired. Limited wig color choices.
Fantastic Hair FallsJonnalyhn PrillFriday 12:00 - 12:45 ($3)Student provides: Measuring tape, small scissors. If preferred 1 skein of yarn in preferred color or 2 packages of acrylic hair.
Skirting the Belle, or Meet the Pleat, Plait & GaugeShelley PetersFriday 10:30 – 11:45 ($8)Student provides: Basic hand sewing kit.
Go Go Gijinka!Andrea MolinaFriday12:00 - 2:15 ($8)Student provides: Nothing required.
Chandelier EarringsTracey GorinSaturday 11:30 - 2:15 ($25)Student provides: Side cutter pliers (or wire cutters), round nose pliers, needle nose pliers (or long nose pliers), bent nose pliers, ruler or measuring tape at least 6” long, reading glasses (as applicable), pen for taking notes. Beading tray is recommended. All of the above tools should be readily available at your local crafts store, or www.joanns.com. Do NOT buy a combination tool, as at times you will need tools in both hands. Buying a set is fine.
Multistrand Beaded NecklaceTracey GorinSunday 12:00 - 2:45 ($25)Student provides: Beading tray or yard of textured fabric (i.e. velvet, wool, etc.), scissors, ruler or measuring tape, pen for taking notes, desk lamp or reading light (if desired)
Creating Duct Tape PatternsRebecca HowardFriday 2:30 - 4:45 ($3)Student provides: Nothing required.