Costuming in Seattle

(An Historical Costuming Club)

Fur 101

SITU University is proud to present: 

“Fur 101 –
What to do with your old fur pieces”

If you have an old fur piece, real fur…. not faux fur… and would like to mend, repair, or create something from it, SITU has the perfect solution for you! Attend the upcoming Fur 101 Workshop with Kerri DeNoble.

Kerri DeNoble, of The House of Kerri, is presenting a Workshop especially for SITU members.  She will teach how to work with fur, and how to make repairs, remake or simply embellish vintage fur pieces. 

Kerri has been working with furs for more than 20 years and has built up a superb reputation for her handiwork. She is very excited to teach tricks of the trade to SITU members.

Please join us for this wonderful learning opportunity.

Costuming in Seattle_Working with Fur Workshop


Bring fur pieces (stoles, collars, foxtails, etc.)

Portable sewing kit (needles, regular sewing thread, scissors, etc.)

Pliers or hemostats to pull needles through pelts

Special Note: 

Also, due to limited supply, participants will need to bring their own chair (folding). 

Sponsored by:

SITU University – Somewhere in Time, Unlimited


Kerri DeNoble


Saturday, August 26, 2017 11:00 to 2:30


South Sound—address and directions will be emailed to registrants


$15.00 Payable via PayPal or Check (see registration instructions)


Advance registration required.  Attendance is limited.

Deadline for registration via PayPal is:  Aug 20, 2017 5pm

via Personal Check is: RECEIVED in the mailbox by Aug 19, 2017 


Treasurer/Lady Paisley with questions at 206-601-2948


Bring finger food for the tea table. SITU will provide tea & coffee.

Pay via PayPayl:

MEMBERS:Fur Workshop
Name/s of participants:
Question/s for Treasurer

Pay via Personal Check:

Make your checks payable to:

Somewhere in Time, Unlimited

SEND you check to:

PO Box 16411 Seatte, WA  98116 (In the memo line, please write Fur 101) Please include a note of the names of the attendees. 

We hope you will join us this great hands-on Workshop!
If you would like to learn more about our historical costuming group, 
please visit our home page: