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1938 Silk Matelasse Blouse

1938 Silk Matelasse Blouse

I cut this blouse from an original vintage McCall pattern (9063) dating to 1938. I lined the blouse to give it some stability and I faced the sleeve cuffs and inside of the lower section inerfaced...

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Dragon Ball Z Patch

Dragon Ball Z Patch

One of my friends was planning a Dragon Ball Z costume and she knew I made custom patches. I was sent a high quality image of the patch from the TV show. I ran it through my 6D software and stitch...

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Classic Scrub Shirt

Classic Scrub Shirt

When the doctors in "M*A*S*H" weren't in scrubs, they often wore Hawaiian shirts. One day, these images merged: I saw in my mind's eye a scrub shirt made of Hawaiian fabric, with classic 1" wide...

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Perfect for Summer!

Perfect for Summer!

This summer top was made from Joann's cotton bumble bee fabric. I used New Look pattern # 6243, view "C" which was intended to be a dress. Rather than inserting a back zipper, I opted to insert the...

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Buttoned Chiffon Blouse with Added Fullness and Flared Sleeves

Buttoned Chiffon Blouse with Added Fullness and Flared Sleeves

Designed myself.Chiffon with silk thread.  Fullness added in front and in flared sleeves.  Hong Kong finish.   Inspired to be airy, flowery, earthy    

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McCall(s) Ensemble

McCall('s) Ensemble

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I sewed McCall's M5233 Kimono blouse in printed silk charmeuse and fully lined it in chocolate habotai.  I paired this top with my chocolate wool crepe McCall 5955 skirt, circa 1929 to compliment...

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Pirate costumes

Pirate costumes

Costumes for the Seattle Seafair Pirates. Made from heavy brocade fabric trimmed with ribbon, venise lace and embroidered trims. Shirts of crinkle cotton with lace cuffs. 

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The Sweeping Rectangles Tee

The Sweeping Rectangles Tee

Start with a basic t-shirt pattern, add 2 rectangles for a top that has lots of movement and is easy and comfortable to wear. You can find the tutorial...

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Flowers & Polka Dots

Flowers & Polka Dots

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This dress just screams springtime. It is actually separates with a coordinating sash. This makes them perfect to wear with other things in your closet.  The top would be so cute with white jeans...

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RAVEN MAD MADELAINE SHIRT

RAVEN MAD MADELAINE SHIRT

The design is the Madelaine raglan sleeve shirt with beautiful lace on the lower sleeves that is extra long so it can be scrunched around the wrist. The shirt features a tantalizing applique of your...

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Clean-Finish a Curved Shirttail Hem

Clean-Finish a Curved Shirttail Hem

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Many shirttails have very tight curves at the side seams and can be difficult to produce a smooth line along the outside edge. In this technique, the front and back hem curves are completed before the side seams are sewn.

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Gaskin Feurich Designs Lingerie Line

Gaskin Feurich Designs Lingerie Line

Custom Handmade Short Robe, by Althea Gaskin Feurich

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Gaskin Feurich Designs Lingerie Line

Gaskin Feurich Designs Lingerie Line

Custom Handmade Silk Chiffon Robe

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Fashion Line Gaskin Feurich Designs

Fashion Line Gaskin Feurich Designs

Pink (Vintage Fabric) Fall / Spring Coat by Gaskin Feurich Designs Althea Gaskin feurich Fashion Designer

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Fashion Line Gaskin Feurich Designs

Fashion Line Gaskin Feurich Designs

Women's Apparel Gaskin Feurich Designs. Fort Greene Brooklyn, NY Althea Gaskin Feurich Fashion Designer

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How to Pretest Pattern Changes with Minipats

How to Pretest Pattern Changes with "Minipats"

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Audition pattern design changes in miniature to speed the process and save your pattern and fabric.

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Peplum & Ruffled Top

Peplum & Ruffled Top

I used the Simplicity 1699 as my base pattern but I altered it by lowering the neckline, making a ruffled pattern for the neckline, changing the sleeves, adding volume to the peplum (6x the volume...

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Awesome Upcycle

Awesome Upcycle

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This is my attempt to upcycle an old but shrunken crocheted lace sweater into a knockoff of a very expensive top I saw online. The tee fabric is a sheer batiste of 100% cotton. I added center front...

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Three Creative Edge Finishes

Three Creative Edge Finishes

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Learn how to create three different neckline finishes for a unique look.

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Book Giveaway The Colette Sewing Handbook

Book Giveaway "The Colette Sewing Handbook"

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You could have the chance to win "The Colette Sewing Handbook" By Sarai Mitnick.

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