(Gift This Class) Ribbon Trims
Pretty frills & embellishments for historical and Dirndl ensembles
PURCHASE THIS CLASS AS A GIFT!
Have you benefitted from the Ribbon Trims class and want a friend to enjoy the tutorials too?
Or maybe you are simply looking for a fun and unique present for a friend to explore the creativity in working with ribbons.
Use this registration page to purchase this class and gift it to the recipient of your choice. It's easy!
Read more details about the full tutorial class here.
To gift the class, be sure to purchase on THIS page. If you want to enroll in the class yourself, click the link above to "read more details."
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Thank you for your generosity in passing on the skills of sewing and our love of historical fashion and costuming!
"Whether you are experienced or a novice, whether creating for a perfect historical application or modern use, Ribbon Trims is an extraordinary forever resource. Directions are clear and the videos are like having a personal teacher sitting next to you. The pdf and Closed Captioning options make these tutorials the right learning tool no matter how you learn best. From a simple Knife Pleat to the Maltese Cross and Shell Smocking, this class will up your embellishment game!"
~ Jeanette Murray
Teacher to hundreds of sewing and costuming students since 2004, Jennifer dreams of the nostalgia of the past and brings it into her modern life through creating costume ensembles from about 1780 to 1920. Dark chocolate, Jane Austen and bustle dress fanatic. Daughter of the King.
"I HIGHLY recommend this class. I had so many "ahhh THAT'S how that is done" moments."
~ Carol Kuropatkin-Cone