Profile for Deana - Threads
DeanaDeana May, Roxbury, CT, US
craft interests: crochet, embroidery, fashion, gifts, knitting, paper-crafts, quilting, restyle, sewing
Member Since: 11/20/2008
It's time to turn your watch into arm candy with a flowy fabric strap.
Get couture-chic with these runway-inspired headbands.
Get two great jackets in one by sewing it in a reversible fabric.
This soft clutch goes dressy or casual with a switch of the fabric.
There were some hits and some misses this year on the red carpet. Which dress was your favorite?
The latest issue of Threads hits the newsstand today. Here's a glimpse at what you'll find in this next issue.
Here's the video clip of Threads' contributing editor, Kenneth D. King, on Martha Stewart presenting his silk lotus flower technique.
Issue 151, October/November 2010 marks the 25th anniversary of Threads. Show us what you were sewing in 1985 for a chance to be featured in the next issue.
Do you love to sew garments, and have a passion for writing and editing? If so, you may be our next Assistant Editor.
Come on over to PatternReview.com on Weds. 8/25 at 8pm (EST) for a live chat with me on "Behind the Scenes at Threads".
Take a quick survey to pick your favorite cover.
Check out the highlights of the August/September issue of Threads. And, if you've already received your copy, tell us what you think.
Tell us which image and coverlines speak to you!
Here are some of the sewing highlights you'll find in the latest issue of Threads.
Tim Gunn travels to the 4 remaining designers' homes to check in on their collections, and Mila and Jay compete to take the last spot for the chance to show at Bryant Park.
In this last runway challenge before the designers head home to create their collections for Bryant Park, they must create a look inspired by life under the big top.
In one of the coolest challenges ever on Project Runway, designers got to create their own textiles.
Cast your vote for your favorite June/July Cover of Threads.
This week, project runway contestants team up to create a day and evening look inspired by 4 distinct neighborhoods in Manhattan.
This week on Project Runway, the designers are challenged to create a garment based on the 4 elements.
Project runway goes (back) to the hardware store.
We're excited to announce the launch of our new DVD and online video series.
Cast your vote for the cover that appeals to you most for our April/May 2010 Issue of Threads.
Announcing the winner of the Threads Fancy Fabrics Challenge!
Get the highlights on the latest issue of Threads magazine.
A special thank you to all of our readers.
We want to see your fanciest garments made from the fanciest fabrics. Enter for your chance to win great prizes from Ottlite and The Ribbon Store.
Find out which five costumes are taking home prizes in the Halloween Costume Contest.
We want your input! Take our quick cover survey and let us know which cover you want to see on the cover of the February/March issue of Threads.
We asked you to help us choose the cover of the next issue of Threads. Here is the result.
For this star-studded challenge, the designers had 2 days and $300 to create a stage look for Christina Aguilera. Who do you think should have gotten the spotlight?
We want your input! Take our quick cover survey and let us know which cover you want to see on the December/January issue of Threads.
The October/November Issue of Threads Magazine hits the newsstand today. Check out what's inside.
Find out who expressed themselves in linen and took home the big prize in our Summer Sewing Challenge.
Take a look at what some of our talented Threads readers are making.
Check out some of the amazing entries in our Express Yourself in Linen Challenge. Think you can do better? Go ahead and enter!
This article by Susan Khalje will give you an edge on creating a linen garment for our summer sewing challenge: Express Yourself in Linen, and get you that much closer to winning a new serger from Janome.
The latest issue of Threads (August/September 2009) hits the newsstands today!
Be a part of the growing community of Threads magazine fans on Facebook and Twitter
Get to know this 58 year old fabric store gem.
Join us as we visit the offices of Coats and Clark to investigate how thread is made.
Just in time for Spring! Check out the latest issue of Threads Magazine, on newsstands now.
Check out the amazing vintage coats created by ThreadsMagazine.com member Pattern_Nut and posted in our Reader’s Closet Gallery. Post your own garments and you could be featured, too!
This Threads editor will be hitting the road later this week to attend the 2009 Sewing & Stitchery Expo in Puyallup, Washington. If you haven’t got this amazing event on your radar, then you should. This consumer sewing trade show is a sewer’s paradise, and they’re celebrating their 25th anniversary to boot.