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Costume design teaches sewing skills

Posted on June 13, 2012 | in A&E | by
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LCC student Cindy Cash gets advice from costume design instructor Mari Dewitt on the technique used to create a set of handles for a tote bag the students needed to complete as one of the in-class projects.

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LCC student Mya Coach hand sews a snap to the inside of her tote bag

LCC student Cindy Cash gets advice from costume design instructor Mari Dewitt on the technique used to create a set of handles for a tote bag the students needed to complete as one of the in-class projects.LCC student Mya Coach hand sews a snap to the inside of her tote bag

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