The Costume Technician's Handbook: A Complete Guide for Amateur and Professional Costume Technicians

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Pearson Education, 1992 - Costume - 458 pages
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This handbook is a guide to developing stage costumes that are personally distinctive and artistically expressive. Features include: health and safety practices in the costume shop; chapters on pattern drafting and sewing operations; and an expanded section on alterations.

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A necessity for me. I have used this book as a costume designer, costume technician, and in sewing my own creations and halloween costumes. A fabulous book for any seamstress to own. Read full review

Review: The Costume Technician's Handbook: A Complete Guide for Amateur and Professional

User Review  - Goodreads

A necessity for me. I have used this book as a costume designer, costume technician, and in sewing my own creations and halloween costumes. A fabulous book for any seamstress to own. Read full review

Contents

Costuming
110
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121
Health and Safety in the Costume Shop Fabric Dyeing and Painting
357
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Rosemary Ingham is a costume designer and writer. Her design work has been seen at regional theatres across the country for more than three decades.

Liz Covey is a freelance costume designer whose work has been seen in England's and America's leading theatres. She has taught at Barnard College, Columbia University, Marymount Manhattan College, and Bennington College.

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