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|Untie the Ribbon||Use silk ribbon to create your own fabric for this patternless jacket.|
|Selectively Silk||Handle silks with care by learning about selection, pretreatment, shrinkage, pressing, under-lining, hemming, bias, layout and cutting.|
|Fabulous Frogs||Tubes and guides combined with cable filler create closures and embellishments.|
|Couch Potato||Discover multiple couching techniques and use the proper presser feet to create a blue wool and suede short sleeve jacket with mohair embellishment using free motion stitching.|
|Inherently Wrinkled||Refabrication. Create textured fabrics, then stabilize, layout, cut, interface and assemble a blue pant suit, a skirt and top for travel. Free motion stitching creates design interest.|
|Professionally Press||Perfect pressing techniques make your project look professional.|
|The Swing||In music and clothing the style comes and goes. Add a-line flare to green faux leather coat, melon colored wool jacket, skirt and blouse; teal blue swing vest with slacks.|
|Feasible with Fusibles||Make this red vest without seams using fusibles. Shirley designs blue pants and vest, and a little girl and doll’s matching ribbon jackets, handbags,|
|Let's Go Little||Weave a ribbon vest, lace collars, linen cutwork or an appliquéd collar, eyelet pinafore, wide ribbon sash, and a Pocahontas skirt.|
|A Pattern's Versatility||Incredible interpretations of one pattern create a multitude of fashion; layered shirt pattern becomes blouse, jacket, vest.|
|Something Old and New||Preserve ancient fabric by merging with new fabric to create a modern look. Shirley demonstrates on a vest and pink jacket.
HeartWarmers – Service project perfect for groups of all skill levels: Patternless coat made from fleece and simple measurements, add hood, pockets, trim with ease
|Love Those Lapels||Update favorite dresses, V-neck sweaters, cardigans or suits with decorative machine stitches, quilting pieces, beads, braids, or ribbons.|
|Inset Wardrobing||Insets update older wardrobes or turn day look into evening wear without permanently altering garments. Snaps, loops, tiny tabs of velcro are utilized.|