Monday Morning InspirationMay 1, 2017 / byRhonda Buss / Categories : Feeds
Last Saturday I added a new interview to the Sewbussted Material Witness lineup. What a fun interview it was to do. In case you missed it, I've added it below,
I had not met Pamela Vanderlinde prior to our interview, but what a great time we had together. So for a little Monday Morning Inspiration, I thought I would showcase some of her custom work.
The 2 pieces below are by far my favorite.
The velvet roses on this coat are just exquisite.
Pamela enjoys taking a basic design and doing something a little unexpected.
This coat is a piece that she did for a class that she taught on pattern insertion. Really amazing!
Her new book on designing coats and jackets just came out in January, so it's quite new. A fabulous book, and one that I think everyone who enjoys making coats and or jackets should have in their library. You can find it HERE on Amazon.
If by chance you are going to be in Chicago on Saturday June 3, 2017, Pamela will be speaking to the Haute Couture Club of Chicago at our annual June Banquet. You can find all of the information in our newsletter HERE.
I hope that the month of May will bring loads of happiness and opportunity into your life!
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