T Shirt Quilt Basics at Rosewood Art Centre

By |2018-11-26T19:47:20+00:00February 2nd, 2019|

Ages 12 and up
Come learn the basics of T-Shirt Quilting
Supplies
small sewing kit including sharp scissors
Thread
Fusible light to medium weight interfacing
T shirts
2 different pieces of 1/2 yards of coordinating or contrasting fabrics
Must call to reserve your spot 937-296-0294

Adult Machine Basics at Rosewood

By |2018-11-26T19:43:46+00:00January 16th, 2019|

Adult Machine Basics at Rosewood

*2 hour~sewing machine basics class

Learn to use your sewing machine or borrow one of Rosewood’s in a fun setting.

Students review threading, stitches, tension, bobbins, bobbin winding, parts of the machine, accessories and trouble shooting.

We will have 2 easy practice projects learning seam allowance, precision, stitch lengths and widths

Must call Rosewood to […]

Defiance and the Raincoat Practice Pt. 2

By |2019-01-14T07:13:59+00:00January 14th, 2019|Indie Patterns, Today's Fashion|

You may remember my banner raincoat project fail in last week’s post? This time I chose to do this project with a more malleable textile called oilcloth. I can be ambitious and brave sometimes, or perhaps I just love to test my own patience, and I thought I knew more about how to […]

Storm Clouds and the Raincoat, pt 1

By |2019-01-07T06:21:47+00:00January 6th, 2019|1970s Style Fashion, refashion, Sewing Tips and Tricks|

My raincoat story is about failure and success when learning a new skill. I want to show you that every project does not always work out as planned. Sadly, the banner project did not come out. Many people see all of the success in art while ignoring the failures that are quietly brushed under the […]

No Wrong Moves with Iris Van Herpen

By |2019-01-10T20:06:37+00:00December 24th, 2018|Costume Fashion Art Exhibits, Interviews w/Sewists, Uncategorized|

Iris Van Herpen is a Dutch fashion designer that manages to balance technology, femininity and nature in her amazing works. I caught her show, “Transforming Fashion,” last December when it appeared at the Cincinnati Museum of Art. I was left breathless from her incredible, uncaged talent. The show included some earlier pieces that she made with […]

Sewing for Him or Her, Easy Lingerie

By |2018-11-26T06:25:39+00:00November 26th, 2018|1990s fashion, Uncategorized|

Sewing, making art or crafting a lot may mean your partner might suffer from neglect. You can change that. And if you do, the rewards are well worth it. This is the year that I have given Jeffrey so much love through the joy of my craft and I am going to share why you […]

The Keys to Defining Success

By |2018-11-19T07:04:37+00:00November 19th, 2018|1970s Style Fashion, Early 20th Century Style Fashion, Fashion Dress Replicas, Heirloom Sewing, Tracy Designs Dresses, Uncategorized|

My Secrets to Turning My Hobby Job into a Success

The first year I went into business I got a good bit of negative feedback. People would say, “Good luck with that” or “Good luck with your business” and “People actually pay you to make clothing?” My favorite though, “If there’s ever a zombie apocalypse your […]

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