About change, growth, identity. The past few months have been full of stirring and brewing, ever since my partner and I decided to ride this restlessness we have been feeling for a while, and move across the country. We are moving to Reggio Emilia! Moving is sometimes like the moulting of a skin. The old […]
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Aaand…. it’s made! The custom wedding outfit, that is.
After I draped out the pattern for the blouse yesterday, getting the v-neck and shoulder folds exactly the way I wanted them, marking everything out and drawing out a nice armhole, I proceeded to remove the muslin from the dress form.
I ironed it out flat, and traced the shape and markings on to paper, smoothing out the lines and correcting the curves as I did, and then I added seam allowances.
As I look out of the window, the chill of winter still lingering all around the studio, I can’t help but feel it and smile.
Outdoors, Nature is stirring, preparing for the warm season ahead. Snow is now rain, the sun is warmer, when it’s out, spring is around the corner, and even though it might take a little bit yet, I can clearly feel the signs.
When hearing about my job, the first thing people ask me is how do I manage to get the sizing of my clothing right, without ever seeing my clients in person.
Well, here’s a peek in to my process, and in to how it works for me!