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April 29, 2013

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Pheasant Hunting Kansas

For anyone wanting to make costumes for Renaissance Fair this book has everything you need to know. if you can sew and follow i diagram this book has what you need. you will have to draft the patterns from the diagrams but its not that complicated. i may never have to buy another period costume again.

Jeanne

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