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|Cofia Y Tranzado: The Omnipresent Spanish Late Period Headwear (Baroness Elena de la Palma)
||Time: 1 Hour
|Fee: Optional donation for handout
||Class Size: None
|Description: In 1500s Spain, the cofia y tranzado (cap and braid case) was all the rage. Worn by women of virtually every rank, it could dress up, dress down, and be styled in a wide variety of ways. This class will survey the many different examples we have of the garment in use, and will include a pattern and all details needed to make and wear your own (it's easy!)|
|Student Supplies: None|
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