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Monthly Archives: September 2010
I’ve just returned from the American Sewing Expo in Novi, MI. It was another great show full of inspiration! I spent the weekend running make-and-take demos in the Sew Experience Cafe, hosting the third annual Embroidery Extravaganza fashion show, and … Continue reading
This week the designers had to create looks suitable for a high-fashion advertorial. They were given two days (one day more than usual) and $300 for fabric and notions to complete their looks. The best part–the challenge winner would get $20,000 … Continue reading
Save 20% off the Swirl Mesh at the Quilt and Sew Shop. This deal is only good until Sunday, October 3rd, so purchase it today!
Dress for Success partnered with Echo Design Group to launch a campaign called “Something to Share.” The purpose of the campaign is to raise funds for Dress for Success Worldwide, an international nonprofit organization that helps disadvantaged women by providing … Continue reading
This week the designers faced the task of designing a sportswear look inspired by fashion icon Jackie O. that reflected their personal style. The designers were given $150 for fabric and notions, and Michael D. felt not so great about … Continue reading
The Sept/Oct ’09 issue is only $4 at the Quilt and Sew Shop–that’s a 33% savings! Get instructions for making cute fall candle wraps, techniques for avoiding design distortion and more. Don’t miss out on this deal!
Raise awareness for ALS by participating in the Hopes & Dreams donation program/quilt contest. Donate a quilt that’s at least 35″x44″ and it will go directly to an ALS patient or used to raise awareness and research money for ALS … Continue reading
CME‘s exclusive Square Cross design is 25% off the retail price until Sunday, September 19th. Don’t miss out on this awesome deal!
Micahel Kors presented the challenge to the designers this week, which was to create a resortwear look that reflected each designer’s aesthetic. But the episode wouldn’t be complete without a twist–Tim paired up the designers and they had to create … Continue reading