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Do you have fabric that you absolutely love, but don’t know what to make out of it? Or do you have fabric that you know generally what you want to make, but never seem to get started? Maybe you have an idea of what you’d like to make, but are stymied over what kind of fabric to get? All of these scenarios are common to people who enjoy sewing garments for themselves – and each situation usually indicates that there’s something missing from the overall concept of the garment or ensemble.

This two-day class will teach you how to build complete concepts to create garments and ensembles that are delightfully interesting, and sophisticated without being stuffy. Topics will include the value of a coordinating wardrobe (an updated approach to “mix and match”); choosing a set of core colors that are both interesting and work well for you; combining interesting fabrics and colors; understanding the concept of “bridge fabrics” and how to employ them; using different textures; and when to employ embellishments.


For more information and questions, please feel free to get in touch with me:

Sarah Veblen
15 Cross Falls Circle
Sparks, MD 21152
410.472.9253
e-mail: sarah@sarahveblen.com


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