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An elimination leaves four designers to show at NY Fashion Week
You could win the book "Dressmaking: 200 Q&A" by Mary McCarthy!
Leather and lace and fringe and denim... in the latest episode, the designers had the opportunity to create a performance look and a red-carpet look for Grammy-winning country artist Miranda...
The teams design two looks to help Heidi sell her perfume
This high fashion buttonhole treatment is perfect every time. Often fabric is very dimensional and a machine buttonhole that's not perfect can ruin a beautifully sewn garment.
Many garment patterns don’t include a back neck facing. But try creating this ‘clean finish’ to turn the collar under from shoulder seam to shoulder seam across the neckline of the back of the garment.
Here is a quick and easy pattern alteration to get a bit more room for the bust and upper chest.
How to fit a garment with vertical wrinkles along the outer edges of the back shoulders.
Here are a couple of simple and efficient ways to beautifully finish seams.
Extend your sleeves with bias fabric insets. This technique could also be used to extend the hem of a pair of pants or add interest to a straight skirt.