HERE - Figments & Filaments

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HERE - Figments & Filaments
Schedule for Figments & Filaments
Friday
3 pm - Registration
Opens
5 pm - Opening ceremonies
6 pm - Robin Netherton,
Iron Brothers
The Fifteenth Century V-Neck Gown
ofTopeka,
Creativity VS Accuracy,
An Introduction
to IBOT
7 pm - Gale Owen Crocker, Headgear with a History
Sheryl Nance-Durst,
How to Drape a Sari
Jenpa Tomlin and Kat Kaufman, Designing Jewelry for your Costume
8 pm - Jillian Venters,
Gothic Charm School
Erica Schott, Cosplay as a Business
Andi Watson,
Oh No They Didn't: Human Interaction
Stitch & Gab
At A Convention
(2 hours)
9 pm - Guest of Honor Meet & Greet
Saturday
9 am - Registration
Opens
Goth Make Up Class & Demo
10 am - Jillian Venters,
Richard Faulkner, Changing Military
11 am - Robin Netherton,
Fashions of World War 1
The Gothic Fitted Dress (1.5 to 2 hours)
Airship Noir, Making a Hatband with Stencils and Snaps
Noon- Iron Brothers
Jennifer
of Topeka SHOP TALK & the Hidden
Old-d'Entremont,
Bob Dorian, The Victorian
1 pm - Robin Netherton,
Survey of Womens'
Gentleman's
Travelling
Kit
The Greenland Gored Gown
Erica Schott- Let's Make Duct Tape Dummies
2 pm - Mathew
Dangers of Cosplay
18th Century Fashion
(2 hours)
Gnagy, The Tailor's Legacy 2 hours
Dennis Young et al., Writing Garb
3 pm - Gale Owen Crocker, Court Entertainers
Sheryl Nance-Durst,
Using Face & Body Paint in Your Costuming
Tea Party
4 pm - Kansas City Costumers'
5 pm - Multi-Guest
Guild Meetup,
Making
Masks for the Ball (2 hours)
Panel
7 pm - Fashion Show
9 pm - Masked Ball
Sunday
10 am Michael O'Leary, Chainmaille:
A History and Evolution
to Modern Day Cosplay
Erica Schott, Mold Making and Resin Casting Demo
11 am Gale Owen Crocker, Sartorial Splendour: Gold and Silk
Airship Nolr, Make a Metal Flourish for your Hatband
Mark Corwyn Jameson, Beautiful Beaded Byzantine
Noon Mathew
Gnagy, The Way of the Craftsman
Bob Dorian, Victorian
1 pm Jillian Venters,
Medical Instruments
Goth Style
Kat Kaufman,
Basic Leatherworking
2 pm Joanna Shindler, The Neovictorian
3 pm - Closing Ceremonies
Fiber Artist
(or Jewelry)