Sunday, September 02, 2012

Sewing Best Practices by Phyllis of CoudreMODE

I know you're waiting for pics of the last two dresses but I won't be meeting my photographer until tomorrow so pics will be up later.  I just wanted to share a series that Phyllis, who authors the blog, CoudreMODE is writing on Sewing Best Practices.

One of the best compliments I've ever received from my sewing sheros (The Sewing Divas - Ann, Gigi, Phyllis, Els & MaryBeth) was from Phyllis about my use of proportion.  She kindly contacted me to ask if she could use several of my photos in her latest post on Sewing Best Practices.  I highly urge you to read Phyllis' series.  Phyllis is an advanced sewist with superior skills and I always learn something new from her postings.

...as always more later!

8 comments:

  1. OMG - I LOVE Phyllis. She has helped me so much in my sewing. Can't wait to read...

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  2. Thanks for pointing out this blog and post. I have now subscribed.

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  3. Carolyn, your blog roll is one thing I check daily and Phyllis's blog is always appreciated. Thank you for the links.

    Theresa in Tucson

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  4. Hi Carolyn. That was a great post and seeing you in it made it special. Thanks for the link.

    ~Sewjourner

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  5. The compliment is deserved. Thanks for directing me to the post.

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  6. Very cool, Carolyn! What a great post!

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  7. You are the perfect person to illustrate this point!! A very wise decision on her part! I'm always impressed with the fit of your makes and how you WORK your TNT patterns. I've learned to stick with the ones that I know will work from you!

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  8. Im finally catching up on some blog reading. And what a fabulous article Phyllis has written. I partcularly like the point she makes in the comments about dressing in a style you like versus dressing in a style that is flattering to your body type - i think that is something I am continually trying to figure out.

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