April 6th, 2004


Fursuit workshop and Doo Dah parade

Two day warning!

Saturday, April 10th, 2004, I will be holding another fursuit workshop at my home in the suburban Washington DC area. All are welcome to join us for a day of costume work. Please RSVP directly to me (jalbers@pandaguy.com), and also email me directly if you need directions. Bethesda is located just north west of DC, inside the DC beltway.

If you are going to come, again, please RSVP. Do *NOT* arrive before noon. Bring munchies, drinks, etc for yourself and something to share. We usually break for dinner around 6:00pm or so.

If you have something to work on, bring it along. I have tools to use, but you need to supply your own materials please. Some of the participants have donated some materials to the scrap pile for anyone to use, but if you do take from the pile, please consider donating to it as well.

This is the last chance before the Ocean City, NJ, DooDah parade to work on stuff, so if you are in the area, and are planning to join us for the parade, feel free to come out for the workshop as well.

We look forward to you joining us! --Jon Albers/PandaGuy


Ocean City Doo Dah Parade Info:

>From Rapid T. Rabbit:

Spring has arrived and that means it's time once again for the first big
fun parade of the season on the New Jersey shore.
The 19th annual Ocean City DooDah Parade will take place this year on
Saturday April 17 (Easter week) and all furries and fursuiters are invited
to take part as part of the Rapid T. Rabbit and Friends brigade. The merry
march kicks off at Noon and winds its way down through the streets of
"America's Greatest Family Resort" ( only 14 miles South of Atlantic City)
and then turns up onto the boardwalk, ending at the historic Music Pier,
total route about 1 mile.

So anyone interested, please email myself at rapidtrabbit at pawpet.org and/or
join the event's mailing list by requesting entry from protius at bobdbob.com
Hope to see you there.

Rapid T. Rabbit
Floating nebulous glowy thing!

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um...I'm looking for a pattern for an eighteenth-century guy's outfit, since I'm rather..non-pattern-inclined ^^;. My sister wants to make jacket, and eventually I'll make an outfit to fit over a cat fursuit.
Any ideas of where to find a pattern?
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