The Wandering Vine. Any style may be ordered in fibers and colors to suit your taste Prices on items may vary due to fiber content.
Special thanks to Nikki, Steph, Morgan and Jef - my models. Mobius Poncho This stunning garment is actually one piece that goes on over the head and crosses in front of the body. It drapes elegantly on any body type and is suited to both casual and dress wear. cotton /blends/ wool - $125 to $150 Duster A unique and stylish look for office or evening wear. Cotton/ cotton blends - $185 Shawl Front Jacket These jackets are just the thing when you are looking to add a little professional elegance to your office wear.
Digital Flat Pattern. Digital Flat Pattern: The Apparel Designer’s Handbook by Lisa A.
Shanley, Ph.D. and Rowena Aldridge. Technical Editor: Karen Campbell. Fashion illustrator: April Oakley. Published by Wild Ginger Software, Inc., Kingston Springs, TN. ©2009 Textbook: 360 pp., Full Color, 8.5 x 11, soft cover, spiral, includes Digital Flat Pattern Software, ISBN: 978-0-9791044-0-4 Book Description Computerized pattern making skills are mandatory in today’s apparel industry. Book Features Book Objectives To teach flat pattern techniques using CAD (computer-aided design) software. Rostitchery: convertible/infinity dress. (this post was originally published on 29 june, 2006, with the title "one seam convertible dress".) have a question?
Please visit the convertible dress FAQ's. have you made a convertible dress? Do you want to see other convertible dresses, share ideas on how to make them, and find ways to make your convertible dress even better? Then hop over to flikr and join the convertible dress group! PLEASE NOTE: the instructions for making this dress are available for free but are not to be used for commercial purposes. please do not sell dresses made using these instructions, and do not make copies of the instructions without asking my permission first. thank you!
But the version i liked best was the one by monif c., a plus-size designer who makes AMAZING clothes that non-plus size girls can envy. And here, without further ado, is how to make this variation, using ONE SEAM: this is the one and only seam. when the dress is done, it will look like this (that's a 60" measuring tape on the strap): KAPPOGI! And what is a Kappogi, you ask?
I grew up in Hawaii and loved the "mama-san" aprons worn by Japanese women; they seemed so attractive, while being practical at the same time. I've never understood those skimpy little aprons worn by a lot of women...they must not be as messy as I am when cooking! I know, I know, in my last post I was all set to do a major cleaning of my studio, and I DID, for a day or so...but I had ordered, then lost, this pattern a year ago and when I finally unearthed it, I NEEDED to make one for myself... I used quilting cottons that I had originally bought in my purse-making days and used the pattern as is except for lengthening the sleeves. It's a little late, considering my holiday cooking and cleaning is over, but it never hurts to have a cute "costume" for every day!
Making Woodland Style One-piece, Soft-sole, Center-seam Moccasins. 1.
Place feet (or tracings) on either side of center line of paper with 1" between heels and edge of paper. Each heel should be 1/2" away from the center line, and the balls of the feet below the big toes should be 1/4" away from the center-line of the paper. 2. Even with the heels, mark points E and E' (1/2" from the center-line and 1" from the edge of the paper) Also mark points D and D' (1/2" from the center-line at the edge of the paper). 3. 8. 9. Return to Overview of Native American Footwear ~ Moccasins Return to NativeTech's Main Leather & Clothes Menu. Takeoffyourclothes...'s Photostream. Free Women's Coat and Jacket Crochet Pattern Link Directory. Shirley Adams Sewing Connection and Alternatives Patterns. Myras Makings. The Bog Coat: My new obsession.
Lately I’ve been wanting to make clothing very fast with minimal fussing. I found a flat of a bog coat and haven’t a lull of ideas since, I feel so incredibly inspired right now. How is it done? Well all you need is one rectangle of awesomely dyed fabric, have done your calculations/measuring, four persisly measured and cut slits, and two to five seams. Here is my pattern draft/measurements: The four darker lines are where I cut. Here the front center seam is already sewed, top half will be sleeves and a hood.
All done! Here it’s easy to see how the sleeves are essentially a tube. Bog jacket with hood.