This design really is a class favourite. Each season at least one student makes the Chanel Jacket. No two jackets are the same as each student puts their own stamp on the design. http://www.vogue.co.uk/article/coco-chanel-chanel-jacket-story-film
Some of our students have found that buying patterns online can open up a whole new world of choice compared to what you might find in your local fabric shop. Of course there are some considerations to buying patterns online also – “how long will I have to wait for it to be shipped?”, “what kind of sizing system do they have?”, “how tricky will this be to print out?”, “what language are they written
Do you know what item you want to make and try to find the fabric or do you find the fabric and then decide what you want to create? I think most of us do a little bit of both. It is often assumed that a fashion or soft furnishing collection starts with the designers, in fact it usually starts with the textile companies. They create the fabric ranges, deciding on colours, patterns, textures etc.
1. Spring Bunny tutorial from Sew Mama Sew 2. Real easy floppy bunny pattern from the Sewing Loft 3. Easy to sew bunny for kids from Craftsy 4. Bunny pillow pattern from Andrea’s Notebook 5. Bunny gift bag from SewCanShe 6. Bunny silhouette hot pad from So-Sew-Easy
Colored eggs is the universal symbol of Easter, and the tradition dates back way to Mesopotamia. Some cultures today are accustomed to buying colored or chocolate eggs, but let’s be honest – decorating them yourself is always much more fun! Try out these creative DIY Easter egg decorating ideas. They’ll make you think twice before buying the standard drugstore dye kit. Natural Dye Colored Easter Eggs from Big Sis Lil Sis Metallic Vinyl Easter Eggs