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Basic Skills in Milinery

Course Type: Part Time and Evening
Institute Name: Moate Business College
Fee: 160
Duration: 6 weeks
Time: Tuesdays 7 to 9pm
Course Locations: Westmeath

Course Details

Come and spend a few hours exploring the magic of millinery-making in a unique creative and stimulating environment.

Tactile, colourful and versatile, these classes are easy for the complete beginner and endlessly rewarding for the seasoned artist.

This course will teach people to make a fascinator with sinamay and also with crinoline using hand sewing.

You will learn tricks on how to manipulate millinery fabrics to create 2 headpieces attached to a comb or a hairband.

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