Fascinator Workshop

CityPrescott Valley
CountyYavapai (AZ1155)
Date09/21/2019
Hours10:00
CategoriaEvents
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Prescott Valley
Yavapai (AZ1155)
Tel 2019-09-21
Categoria Events
Fascinator Workshop

A  FASCINATOR WORKSHOP During the 1920s, American flappers wore headbands and cocktail hats to complete their look. Decorated with brooches, jewelry or feathers. We invite you to make a creative fascinator for the upcoming event “The Don’s Speakeasy” Murder Mystery Dinner on October 19, 2019  at the Prescott Resort. The workshop will be led by Sue McDonald a long-time costume and hat maker who is active in the Elks Opera House Guild and assisted by Maxine Dillahunty.  Fascinator’s can be made on a headband, or with a clip underneath to just clip to the hairdo. Sue will provide headbands, clips, and a variety of supplies (Feathers, silk flowers, tulle) to make the fascinators, but attendees are welcome to bring whatever embellishments the like - perhaps something to match or coordinate with your planned outfit.

$10.00 Workshop Fee - includes instruction and basic materials -will be collected at the door. Space is limited so make your reservation today. About Sue McDonald: Sue is a long-time costume and hat maker who is active in the Elks Opera House Guild. She makes period style costumes, hats, and accessories for ladies and gents. Last Fall, she worked with the costume department at Yavapai College to help make the costumes for their production of "Mary Poppins". She loves to teach, and gives classes on hat-making, covering a parasol, and making a Victorian or Edwardian purse. Sue is a member of the American Sewing Guild, and a member of the Costumer's Guild West, where she has taught various costuming classes for the last six years. For additoinal ideas of fascinators, costumes, and period make-up ideas visit this Pinterest Board.
https://www.pinterest.com/terragnu/1920s-speakeasy-costumes/ .

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