12 DVD - Pretty in
Untie The Ribbon
Silk ribbons make fabric for Shirley's
ribboned patternless jacket pictured right.
- the queen of fabrics. Safely handle many kinds of silk in
just the right way starting with selection,
pretreatment, shrinkage, pressing, underlining, hemming, bias, and
with this yardage
we'll go step by step to achieve the look and use of any frogs you
like. A tube turner and guides for your machine
combined with cable filler create these ingenious
closures and embellishments.
couching techniques and proper presser feet inspire you to create. Blue
wool and suede short sleeve jacket with mohair
embellishment is breathtaking. Include a single novelty button? Wow!
or purchase wrinkled and textured fabrics. Learn how to stabilize, cut,
layout, interface and assemble. Blue pant suit, skirt and top perfect
for travel; dress or casual.
"homemade's only good when it comes from the kitchen." Pressing your
garment at strategic points in its creation will make your finished
project look most professional.
is Back! In music and clothing. Wouldn't
you love to twirl around the
dance floor in a full a-line skirt?
By adjusting your pattern, the "Swing" is a comfortable,
wardrobe option. Add A-line flare to green leather coat; melon colored
wool jacket, skirt and blouse; teal blue vest swing suit.
Feasible With Fusibles
with an adjustable pattern, a red vest without seams is made
using fusibles and various techniques to create new looks. Also shown,
blue pants and vest, little girl and doll's matching ribbon jackets,
Let's Go Little
things for the
ones in your life; weave a ribbon vest, lace collars, linen cutwork or
an appliquéd collar, an eyelet pinafore, wide ribbon sash
and a Pocahontas skirt.
A Pattern's Versatility
interpretations of one pattern create a multitude of fashions. A single
pattern becomes a a blouse and a jacket, same pattern from 1204, with a few changes.
Something Old and New
the instructions for Heartwarmers
Shirley make the jacket
Love Those Lapels
some favorite dresses, V-necked sweaters, cardigans or suits? Endless options to easily
create, change, add to or "dress-up" those garments. Use metallic
threads with decorative machine stitches, quilting pieces, beads,
braids or ribbons on these added lapels.
|Like 1212, see how insets can give your wardrobe a
new look, turning day looks into evening wear, without permanently
altering a garment.