Re: [stlouis_santarchy] Free costume class at Jackman's...
- Nuts!!!! I am in classes learning administration/word/micro soft during those hours! I do know how to sew, embroider, and I sew a lot of 'stuff". I am sewing a mermaid costume for the jefferson underground halloween costume party, october 31. is anyone intereseted?bev.
From: Lohr <stlouisburn@...>
Sent: Mon, October 19, 2009 9:42:52 PM
Subject: Re: [stlouis_santarchy] Free costume class at Jackman's...
Thanks for posting about this. This is a wonderful
opportunity for Santas everywhere.
--- On Thu, 10/15/09, feyqueenmab <feyqueenmab@ yahoo.com> wrote:
> From: feyqueenmab <feyqueenmab@ yahoo.com>
> Subject: [stlouis_santarchy] Free costume class at Jackman's...
> To: stlouis_santarchy@ yahoogroups. com
> Date: Thursday, October 15, 2009, 3:51 PM
> Sorry if this is off-topic, but it
> occurred to me that a Tabard is the perfect kind of costume
> accessory for Christmas Elves (and even Santas...)
> I work at Jackman's and this year they finally let me teach
> some Costume Classes in the Sewing Machine department! We
> ran classes on every Friday for the last four weeks,
> learning how to make a hooded cloak, a t-tunic/robe, an
> embroidered candle corset, and a pair of baggy costume
> I have one more class in the "Freaky Friday" series.
> It's tomorrow, October 16th from 11am to 1pm and it is
> For our Final Freaky Friday we're learning to make a
> Tabard, but there's a bonus: If you come for the class, you
> will get to embroider your Tabard *FOR FREE*!
> A tabard is a very useful garment, particularly if you want
> to costume as a fantasy knight or medieval character. It's
> excellent to be a clock-punk era musketeer! It can even be a
> sideless surcoat for a lady. It can be easily adapted to be
> an Elf costume if you make it out of green or
> You will get to use our amazing sewing machines and sergers
> and embroidery machines! You will have to buy your own
> fabric, so if You want to attend the class please make sure
> to allow a little extra time for fabric shopping.
> If you want to call in advance to sign up, the number is
> Jackman's is open until 9pm tonight, or you can call in the
> morning to warn us of your arrival. :)
> Oh, yeah:
> Jackman's Fabrics has three locations. This class is being
> held at the location on Lindbergh between Page and Olive.
> In case you wanted to just come to a random Jackman's
> sometime to see our wonderful selection of fabrics, the
> other two locations are as follows:
> McKenzie Point Plaza (The strip mall where McKenzie
> dead-ends into Watson Road, east of Kenrick plaza and just
> west of where Chippewa and Watson merge.
> Shrewsbury, MO 63119
> 1000 Lincoln Highway
> 3/4 mile east of St. Clair Square
> Fairview Heights, IL 62208
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