Still Room in the Fall Wardrobe and Pants ecourses!

I have been absent lately, busily humming away on three different major projects that are getting ready to come to fruit, and I’m just about to poke my head out and share them all with you (I really think, sincerely, that you’ll be delighted when you see what I’ve been working on, and it’s all about to land at the same-ish time–woot!).

Right this minute, though, I’m focusing on and really loving my two garment e-courses, which I’m teaching concurrently this year: Fall Wardrobe and Sewing Pants.  So far, I am delighted–beyond delighted–with the students and their questions and how excited everyone is to conquer clothing and really make some beautiful garments for themselves!  I think I have spent so much time over the past three years sewing for others and sewing for outside projects that I had almost forgotten the sheer joy of sewing something for ME.  Lately, I’ve been reaching to grab that back, and I am so, so tickled to be finding it in these online classes.

I still have a small handful of spots left in each class, and I would love to have you join us!  Take the Fall Wardrobe class and make four garments: a top, a skirt, a dress and a jacket; or take the Sewing Pants class and master three styles of pants (drawstring, fitted side zip, and fly-front) while answering questions about fit.  There is still plenty of time to jump in with the group and get going! Click through to learn more and register, and I’ll be back to reveal some of the things I’ve been cooking in the wings!

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  • Camille
    August 10, 2012 at 12:41 pm

    Word. I so wish I could, but unless this includes adding maternity waists to pants and huge billowy tops – I am out. I hope the class fills with awesome people and I can’t wait to see the photos though. Inspiration for thinner days!

  • Heather
    August 14, 2012 at 8:05 pm

    I took the wardrobe class before and only got halfway through due to my own crazy time constraints. I’ve made more clothes for my children since then and have gained confidence (and certainly shortened the time it takes me to organize and sew.) The piped skirt is STILL sitting in the closet with crooked piping and an unfinished lining.

    Thinking I should sign up again and finally use the green linen I bought to make the dress. And I love the Sorbetto top you added to the line-up. I can see making several of those.