CREATE SOMETHING MAGICAL
By Tina Givens
WELCOME TO WORKSHOP Spring Forward
Create a Spring Capsule with some glorious garments! Techniques include appliqué, French Seaming, Layering Fabrics, Color Choice, and more.
Here we will explore a candid step-by-step program from measuring and choosing your size, working with our patterns, selecting fabrics and colors, plus a few fun techniques to play with.
The course includes:
-- 6 parts of instruction through video, a workbook, a measuring guide, and a journal.
-- Self-measuring worksheets.
-- 6 FREE garment patterns to create your capsule wardrobe.
-- Community Facebook Group
SEWTG WORKSHOP GROUP
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Lizette 3 Body Shapes / 3 Sleeves
Appliqué and the ChaCha Dress
Rochelle Jacket Pockets, Collar & stitching Shapes!
Marla Silk Organza! Over Prints!
Dresses: Ruby & Neve
Sophia Shirt / Juliette Pants with pockets!
BEFORE THE WORKSHOP
What you will need to participate in this course.
A SEWING MACHINE
Nothing fancy, we are going to use a simple functional, and easy-to-use machine. My favorite and for the most value for your money is the BROTHER Sewing/Quilting Machine. If you don't have one this is a fantastic machine. We have a few in the studio for light work, buttonholes are easy peasy, and it comes with decorative stitches for our creative work.
Pins (dressmaking are short and sharp for finer fabrics, and Quilting needles are long and strong but wider, great for linen!
A cutting surface - table about 45+" long, your dining room table. If you have none of the above the floor works too.
Needles - machine and hand sewing
Thread - Polyester for machine sewing, silk or cotton for hand sewing.
Tape for download patterns
We will touch on a few other patterns including the slip dress Chenne, and the Jack & Jill Pant.