The Wednesday ShowcaseJanuary 18, 2017 / byRhonda Buss / Categories : Feeds
We're into the 3rd week of January, and our 3rd blogger showcase post. Thanks again to those of you who encouraged me to bring the posts back as I am truly enjoying showcasing and meeting new bloggers.
First up today is Tomasa from Sew Much Fashion. She lives in New Jersey and has taken full advantage of her close proximity to New York by attending The Fashion Institute of Technology. She has earned certificates in ladies tailoring, draping and haute couture techniques. Below is a wonderful example of her creativity and amazing skills.
Tomasa has a wonderful eye for what a pattern can be. She took Butterrick 5616 and truly made it her own. You can see her full post and more details HERE.
As with everyone who sews, fit it extremely important to Tomasa. You can find her posts on pant fitting HERE and HERE. Great info.
You can also find Tomasa on Pattern Review. She was featured as a Member In Focus and you can find that article HERE.
I think you are going to truly enjoy meeting Tomasa, so pop over and say hello. She's been going through a HUGE construction job on her home, so I'm sure she would welcome a a nice hello.
A few years ago, I taught a few classes at The American Sewing Expo in Novi, Michigan. While I was there, I met Londa Rohlfing of Londa's Creative Sewing. Until recently, I had no idea that she followed my blog.
Londa is a master when it comes to restyling a sweatshirt. Hard to believe that the piece below started life as a sweatshirt!
You can check out her entire website HERE. Be sure to visit her Gallery page. You will be inspired!!!
Well, the sun is shining, and the great outdoors is calling! I'm so happy to finally be feeling like myself again. Not only me, but Gracie too as I think she really missed getting out for a hike.
Have a wonderful day!
This is a syndicated post. Please visit the original author at Rhonda's Creative Life
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