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Heather Allen
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« on: May 21, 2009, 10:33:52 AM »

This Sunday May  24th at the Wabash County Historical Museum there will be a discussion on Women's undergarments and how to dress from head to toe for the regency era, if you are a first timer or looking to update your wardrobe this is for you! A power point presentation will be given by myself on correct undergarments. There will be various types of clothing on display made by machine and hand sewn, Mary Zellers who is a professional costumer, will be on hand to answer your questions about period patterns and to give you some tips on converting the patterns so they are easier to read. There will also be patterns there to trace. This will be informational and fun! This is free to all, and Tea and cookies will be served. Period dress is not required but is welcome. If you have a garment you are needing help with or have a newest creation you want to bring to share it is encouraged! Look forward to seeing everyone there! For those of you who have already rsvp it is much appreciated!
Wabash County Historical Museum is located at 36 E. Market Street it is a one way so come to the first street which is canal st. turn left and go around the block, then come to the side entrance of the Museum! If you have any questions you can call me here at the museum or Deb Secrest who is co-chairing the project. Thanks so much!
Heather Allen
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