Member Since: 04/14/2009
i like to use fabric, from my stash or even a bedsheet, when making up my fitting muslin--i can often wear the 'muslin' too.
PS, Happy Birthday Grand Central Station!!
NYC is truly the top of the world! Born in Brooklyn, I have loved the city forever--for its diversity, its culture and remarkable resiliency. New York keeps reinventing itself, turning different neighborhoods into the latest mecca of fabulous finds. For me, one of the Best neighborhoods is the Garment District with aisles of swoon-full cloth! As a civil engineer with a long career in transportation and city engineering, the Grand Central Fabric would be proudly and happily transformed into fashion for my family or my home. And The City Quilter is a yet undiscovered treat for me.
Yes, I would like to add this book to my collection--it will help a lot!
opera supplies so many thrilling costume ideas--i would love to add this book to my inspirational collection!
i love sewing lingerie and have a stash of acid-washed silks ready to sew!
it would be great to have an up-to-date stylish guide for the home, as i do project after unexpected project.
we all want to win! thanks for the opportunity.
would love to learn to quilt, too!
i would love to learn draping because i have a wonderful collection of gorgeous silks and soft leathers that are waiting for a flattering design.
I used to sew with my sister Louise - it would be great to sew w/Louise's guidance, again!
I'll never own his clothing -- a book is the closest I'll get to his designs.
this is a wonderful contest to enter -- just sign in, please -- and win a visual, vintage delight! thanks, Threads!
I'm keen to enter, too!
a stitch in time sleeps fine...pj's to shine...wish the book will be mine
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