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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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    The 12th annual Northwest School of the Arts Fashion Show was presented at an evening runway show followed the next day by an afternoon show. Each show was the same and started out with jewelry, then costume pieces created for the high school’s theater productions. That was followed by PJ’s from Apparel 1 students, recycled pieces and finally designer collections from the advanced Apparel 2 students. Skill levels varied from first time sewers to accomplished artists. Students either modeled their own creations or used friends or family members to show off their work. (Photo by Rebecca Ham - Special to the Observer)
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