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Problem Customer Warning Signs

Mother and Son, 1840, Thomas SullyJema Hewitt and Alexis Black advise on the warning signs of a problem customer or project, and how to tactfully say "no"...

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Costuming from a Distance

Costuming Strangers Costuming people you have never met can be frustrating, but with experience and forward planning, many pitfalls can be avoided.

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Contracts for Seamstresses

ImageHow do I know they'll pay, and won't ruin and try to return what I've made them? The answer to most business concerns is to have a good contract.

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Avoiding Difficult Customers

icon free smBenefit from a pro costumer's experience of dealing with difficult customers, including how to avoid distressing ones in the first place!

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Costuming Reenactors

costume_icon.jpg Costuming nonprofessionals or re-enactors is different from professional theatre or film work. Suzi shares her experience.

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Starting a sewing business

Historical bridal couple Wouldn't it be great to sew for a living? Here are a few of the pitfalls peculiar to sewing, and a few tips on how to make it work, too.

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Photographing Costumes

icon free sm Do your photos do your work justice? Here are the tips and advice that will help make your costume photos as good as they can be.

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Costuming Actors

Tailor Made Girl, 1888Professional costumer Suzi Clarke reminisces about her years at the RSC dressing actors, and then shares some helpful tips on fitting.

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