Draper was originally a term for a retailer or wholesaler of cloth that was mainly
for clothing. A draper may additionally operate as a cloth merchant or a ...
all Can anyone tell me what a Draper did? What exactly happened in a Drapers
shop/store? My great grandfather and his brother were drapers ...
Apr 14, 2014 ... Randall Exton, 50. Salary: $39,000. Position: Draper, Shakespeare Theatre Co. (
516 Eighth Street SE; 202-547-1122). What He Does: When ...
Nov 10, 2013 ... Those who keep up with this blog and the associated facebook and twitter
accounts know we bought our first draper head for soybean and ...
From my expirence, I have found the title to describe a position in the Costume
Shop that is responsible for cutting and fitting patterns / material ...
Draper definition, a dealer in cloth; a retail merchant or clerk who sells piece
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A dealer in cloth or clothing and dry goods. [Middle English, weaver or seller of
cloth, from Old French drapier, from drap, cloth; see drape.] American Heritage®
Meaning of draper; recollections of British drapers shops in the early 1900s,
illustrated: what they sold and how they stored and priced their wares.
Mar 2, 2009 ... Kitty Muntzel is a costume draper at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. The costume
designer gets the glory, but Muntzel's the one who takes the ...
Nov 7, 2016 ... A draper, also sometimes known as a cutter, is an individual who works in the
field of clothing design. His primary job is translating a designer's ...