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So I had to explain what I wanted, without a visual example; this was really hard for me. But Amanda did a great job with the pants.
I wish I had not tapered them so much towards the ankle, after trying them on I decided I would like more fullness in the lower leg. And I had to make a slight adjustment in the top, after sewing on the tie sash and fitting it, the front neckline gapped a little too much.
But at least I don't have side boob! I really love this fabric. And luckily, the weather held until I could take a picture on my dock. So I'll put these items away until next summer.
Sunday, October 10, getting ahead is getting me behind. I was gearing up for the Jackie O. Spoiler for episode ten?
Wait what? So, I found out that some custom designed fabric was involved. I've never done such a thing before, but I know that there is a bit more turnover involved in the real world than on PR.
I got the challenges, got more fabric, and set to designing some fabric. I decided to order from. Their prices were comparable to other vendors, and I know several folks who have ordered from them and have had nothing but praise for their wares.
That was the easy part! I sadly lack any fancy HP tablet PCs. So, I started on our laptop in PhotoShop, a program I have never used before in my life.
My first results were an epic fail. So, I sat with my sketchbook and had better luck, but not perfect. To attempt to remedy this, I scanned the image and opened it with PhotoShop.
I am now teaching myself how to use PhotoShop to edit my drawing and get it perfect for the making into the fabric.
I had no idea when I started this whole blog that I would lament my lack of PhotoShop skills!! However, as with all the projects, I am learning something new!
My brain will be so full at the end of this thing it just might explode. Once I get my drawing perfect, it will be sent off to the wizards at Spoonflower, and in a mere 10 to 14 days, I will have custom fabric!
I am wavering slightly between the silk crepe de chine or the cotton lawn. The cotton lawn is in the lead at the moment.
While the fabric gets prepped and sent, I will hopefully get caught up on the other projects and attempt to maintain sanity. I totally blew the one-hour limit for the design portion, but I also do not have the same easy peasy tools at my disposal.
That is just the way it is at the moment. Between now and fabric arrival, stay tuned for some Jackie O.
The Challenge : Create a resort wear look that shows your point of view as a designer. The Constraints : 30 minutes to sketch on a boat! The Twist : Tim Gunn will randomly draw pairs to work together and the two will swap designs.
The designers will work on their partner's design with direction from the designer! The goal is to get a feel for life as a designer and having a sample shop create your designs.
My Take : I am fortunate to have friends who sew. I had two ladies willing to help me with this challenge! I have done one so far, and hopefully the stars will align and I can get together with the other soon!
I met with CostumeMama in the evening where we shared our sketches and fabric selections. I wanted a striped tee and nautical inspired cropped pants.
I had red-and-white striped knit for the top and black linen and red buttons for the pants. She had a halter and wrap pant combo with brown linen for the pants, a fun burn out sheer in warm shades of green, brown, and gold and a cream shantung for the top.
Two very different aesthetics! We got to work on draping and patterning and explained what we were looking for. We worked for several hours and agreed to finish on our own still working on each other's projects.
It was interesting because I don't own a serger. I have used them, but it's been a while. Thus I think in old timey methods and working without a serger.
I do a lot of French seams and occasional zig-zag stitching. She is a costumer and has a serger, and is used to having to create a lot of things in a limited time so she is used to working quickly and in a more modern manner.
I think it was a good pairing because of the differences. I took her pieces home to finish, and tried to keep everything in my mind for the construction.
It is really interesting to work on something that is not my own, and not an off-the-rack pattern. Also, my aesthetic involves more tailored pieces, so it took more thought to work on a more drapey flowing piece.
I admit that I didn't quite finish her pieces before returning them. I couldn't remember exactly how she wanted the sash attached to the top so I let it unattached.
Plus I remember she had buttons for the pants, but didn't get them so I left that alone. I did not want to put the wrong size buttonholes in, that was for sure!
Since the designers were able to take back their own designs at the end, we'll pretend that is what happened. Of course if we would have still had time to work together, I would have been easily able to have her for reference.
I am still waiting to hear her feedback and get photos, so hopefully I achieved what she was after!
It is pretty nerve-wracking working on someone else's garment. I know what shortcuts I can take and changes I can make on my own garment, but when someone else is relying on me I have a definite air of paranoia.
Everyone gets three yards each of six fabrics, and the designers must create a look that represents themselves…in six hours. The mentors pop into the workroom for a look-see.
Brady impresses Mondo with his mix of fabrics and youthful edge. Melissa is doing just awful things with polka dot fabric. Michelle, oof.
But Anya responds to her tenacity, so who knows. Camila is making the second of three gold and black dresses and shows the mentors the same slashed fabric that litters her portfolio.
Blake is sticking to black fabric to avoid going trashy, but it might be too reserved for the judges.
Natalia is a disaster wrapped in a train wreck. With one hour left, Natalia starts braiding fabric, which should be a good outlet for her nerves.
Then, Tim announces that the workday is over, but everyone will be back tomorrow. The next morning, straps get sewn, stitches are stitched, hair and makeup, and the saddest little accessory wall ever.
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