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#4 Period Pattern Research & Commercial Patterns (Summer 2001)

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Making a Web Site for Your Costume Program Part 1: Planning and Preparation (Fall 2001)

Making a Web Site for Your Costume Program Part 2: Development (Winter 2001)

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#6:Masks, “Fursuits” and Puppet Making (Spring 2002)

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#7:Teaching about Costumes (Summer 2002)

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