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My 2 daughters love to 'copy' me as I am constantly designing on the stand (dress form). This would be perfect for them , with their own mini stand!
Id love this book as I need guidance in sewing.
This is the sort of book which would help take my design and creativity to the next level.Id love to win it!!
Im in need of another bag to cary my sewing bits and pieces to fashion school. The stainless steel mug would help me though the day with a caffine fix!
In my fashion design course we are studying computer techniques for many uses including fabric design. I dream of making a fabric like the Alexander McQueen "Red bird dress"
The finishing and fitting techniques ar particularly
what I would like to learn more. I saw part 1 in this series and loved it.
Part of expanding our creative potential is opening up to using materials we havent used before. Id like to learn more about Flax
The cone stacking links (for 18 month old) and the "Zoe" bag (for me of course!) would be on my list. I love inspirational book like this
As a fashion student, I find his work very inspiring. It would be lovely to have.
Fitting/ pattern alteration videos are always helpful. Seeing it done on a video helps and makes me feel more confident.
Also how to alter basic blocks to make variations.
Id love to win a years subscription to this valuable learning tool.
Beautiful details and technique used to create unusual silhouettes.Very inspirational.
Id love to win this cause it teches me things my current books dont cover.
I too have heard rave reviews about this and the approach and lay out is different and I think an inspiration. Id LOVE it!
Whats old always comes new again with time. Theres always something we can learn, recycle or improve on from history. Its a great starting point for design inspiration.
Id love to learn all the techniques and generally "Up my game" with sewing
Inspiration and direction are always welcome and a good thing. This book looks like it fills that spot.
Id love to improve all aspects of my sewing technique, especially godet insertion and welts.
I am wanting to go do a fashion design course next year and underwear, corsets and costume will be primarily the things I will concentrate on. This book would be a much valued resourse. Theres much we can learn from the structure of these garments.
Two little girls,....one 3 yers and one one year old. They are a s cute as pie, and need cute clothes to match!
I recently bought some vintage 1960's Burda magazines, so plan on making a summer shift dress with classy detail from that.
A reference library is an absolute necessity for me as Im constantly refering to books to hone my skills. Threads is the best.
Chanel...I am planning a classic "Chanel style" jacket. Love to explore and try out new techniques.
This sort of information is not readily available and there arent that many books on it. Id love to expand my horisions and learn new techniques.
I love to sew bias dresses, and am attempting to drape one at the moment. I definately need help.
My 2 little girls on 2 and a 1/2 the other 6 months. Both miracle IVF after 12 years babies....much wanted! Now were enjoying sewing for them.
Both machine and hand embroidery. Wanting to learn new embelishment techniques.
How to "roughen up" some olassic pattern designs (particularly jackets and shirts) for a more modern look. Frayed bias strips of silk chiffon come to mind as one idea. Any others?
Im taking on 2 sewing students (not paid) to share the knowledge. This DVD would be a help with that.
Time is a precious commodity. I NEED quick!
This era is unspirational for me. Would love to own this book.
Id love to be included in this draw. It would help me and my daughters to learn more skills.
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