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Saturday, November 2 • 2:00pm - 4:00pm
Costume for Your Body Type: Something for Everyone

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Many get frustrated when they realize that they can't do a certain costume because they don't have the right body type. That might be the case, but you can do other variants. In some cases, you can bend "the rules" a bit if done right.

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Jade Falcon

Jade Falcon is a photographer & writer in the San Francisco in the Bay Area. She has a plethora of interests, among them being: Sci-Fi & Fantasy, fencing, music, travelling, cats, costuming, fiber arts & crafts, language, and reading. Consequently, she's usually never bored. Her professional website is located at: http://www.wyldfires.com/ You can also find her crafty blog at: http://geekgirlcrafts.blogspot.com

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Debbie Bretschneider

City of Saratoga
Debbie Bretschneider loves to costume at conventions. Hall costuming is always a blast. Latest award was Best Workmanship at the Westercon 66 masquerade.
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Kathryn Hedges

Kathryn is a Maker with diverse roots in art and science, who discovered science fiction and fantasy literature early in life. Her Steampunk creations are inspired by both nature and engineering, and she appreciates the DIY aspects of Steampunk.
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Carole Parker

Carole's detail focus works well in her more than 30-year publications career including technical writing and editing, as well as her interests in costuming, dyeing, and wearable art. She has competed in masquerades and won numerous workmanship awards for her dyework. Carole likes combining traditional and contemporary techniques to attain unusual results. She has worked behind the scenes at local, regional, Worldcon, and Costume-Con... Read More →
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Kevin Roche

Kevin Roche has been making costumes since he was 8 (and has the photographic evidence to prove it!). He was honored with the International Costumers Guild Lifetime Achievement Award in 2007. In his secret identity as a research scientist at IBM's Almaden Research Center, he's hard at work wrangling giant robot vacuum chambers and electrons in the growing field of spintronics. Kevin and his husband Andy Trembley set out in 2002 to bring... Read More →

Saturday November 2, 2013 2:00pm - 4:00pm
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