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Head-Wraps and Headbands: Millinery Techniques with Denise Wallace-Spriggs
January 23 @ 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
In this six-hour session, we will look at all three styles of head wraps, choose fabrics, cut and drape our wraps and learn to affix them to a lining base. The goal is a headpiece that is permanently shaped and can be worn as a hat or band. Using draping techniques with fabrics, students will learn how to create a comfy and stylish turban, head-wrap, or headband. Prerequisite: Basic knowledge of a sewing machine. Students must provide their own supplies and tools.
Required Materials and Tools:
- Fashion fabric, should be able to pleat or drape, not to heavy (1/2 yard for turban/head wrap, less for headband)
- Lining Fabric
- Coordinating Thread
- 1” or 1/2” wide elastic (about 6” long)
- Sewing Needles, Hand and Machine
- Fabric Scissors
- Head blocks, or Styrofoam head (can improvise with a coffee can, 2 small towels and packing tape or large rubber band)
- Download the patterns from the instructor. Print them and cut them out.
- Structural fabric, such as buckram or med-heavy interfacing
- Fabric glue
- Narrow Metal or Plastic Headband (Alice Band)
- Lining fabric
Live Zoom instruction, one-day class
Saturday, January 23, 2021, 11:00 am – 5:00 pm (EST)
Level: Suitable for all levels
Student Age Group: adult , and older teens
Class size: Minimum 6 / Maximum 10
Fees: Members $135 / Nonmembers $155
THIS IS AN ONLINE CLASS. A Zoom link will be delivered to you upon confirmation of registration. You must have Zoom installed on your computer or device to attend this workshop.