Member Since: 12/10/2012
Your technique is excellent. I attended Angela Wolf's EQS here in VABeach but left the necklines for my home machine, Bernina. This really fits the bill. Thank you.
Your sewing area is spectacular! May I ask you a question: How do you keep your fabrics folded so neatly? Thanks
I got lovely boiled wool for a vest from Britex in San Francisco via online.
I wrapped my bodice and leg mannequins with upholstery batting then topped with fusible interfacing. It is quite useful. The best thing for fitting was the My Label by Bernina that gives me exact fit patterns. Love them all! Best wishes to all fellow sewers!
What a great offer! I have been looking for a way to get the darling slits at lower edge on pants and the scoop neckline is to die for! My size is 10-18. If I were so very lucky to be a winner, I would use brocade for the top and a chambray for the pants. Thank you for allowing me to enter your contest.
My current time will be spent on a sewing 6 week workshop using a My Label by Bernina pattern with designer additions. Using this type of pattern gets the garmet closest to my body shape. Also, a standing body mold comes in very handy. My plans are to become a couture designer but I need all the help I can get. This winning would add greatly to my sewing knowledge and be very much appreciated. Thank you for reading my comment.
Great video from a good instructor.
Thanks I needed immediate Designer into fleece vest. This is the beginning and it looks like add 3" to capline then shorten to get this into too big armscye. It will be completed within two weeks.
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