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  • ACADEMIC SPECIALIST IN COSTUME TECHNOLOGY: Michigan State University, Department of Theatre, invites applications for an Academic Specialist-Teaching position in the area of Costume Technology. This is a One-Year Fixed Term (with possible renewal), Annual Year appointment commencing August 16, 2014. The successful candidate will be a collaborative member in a production...
    Karen Kangas-Preston Feb 6, 2014
  • My favorite draping book is Draping for Fashion Design by Hilde Jaffe. I have an older edition (that was much cheaper than the current price of around $70). It is very easy to follow the steps so no other instruction is necessary. Karen > ...do you have any suggestions for books to look at for > information on flat pattern work and draping? > Curtis Kidd
    Karen Kangas-Preston Apr 12, 2006
  • --- In TheCostumersManifesto@^$1, "Carl" wrote: > > > Hi everyone I would like to find some really good "Fake Fur" and a really nice "Top Hat" for the Wolf costume that I am working on for the Con that I go to. > > Now i'm going to need some really good quality -LONG- faux Wolf Fur. I hope not too expensive , my budget is just a little limited here. But I would like to have the...
    Karen Kangas-Preston Jan 19, 2005
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  • Try Draping for Fashion Design by Hilde Jaffe. It's very much geared towards independent study. Karen --- In TheCostumersManifesto@^$1, "~lisa.s" < llsturts@^$2..> wrote: > Over the summer, one of my students would like to learn about draping. > Since there won't be a chance to work together I thought if there was a > good book out on the subject he could do a bit of self-study...
    Karen Kangas-Preston May 24, 2004