Hi Darlings!
I hope you guys are having a great week.  I have an update on the Blazer Course….due to some shifting in my schedule I wont be launching it until the 14th of October BUT below today’s “outfit of the day” is a rough list of what I will be covering and how you can sign up early.
J. Crew Sweater Tee HERE / Gap Dark Jeans HERE / MK Bag HERE / MK Watch HERE / Steve Madden Platforms HERE 

READ CAREFULLY!

You can sign up early below and a few days before the first lesson is posted you will get a pdf with some information regarding tools, supplies, fabric suggestions, pattern info and all log in information (yes there will be a plus size option) I will also be sending along a list of resources for the materials being used. I will posting 5 lessons total and each lesson will vary from 30-60 minutes. Make sure to use a current EMAIL address because that is how you will receive the class info and links.
This 5 part class will be given in easy to follow and understand instruction via step by step videos. There will be no couture tailoring but there will be some intermediate to advanced construction that I will walk you through so EVERYONE will understand. There will also be set times for an online chat to cover any questions.
Part 1. 
Pattern guidelines & Taking measurements
Choosing your size & Cutting the paper pattern
Measuring the paper pattern against you RTW clothes
Transferring paper pattern to muslin 
(Muslin is used to create a “test” that we will use to make fitting adjustments until a good fit is reached)
Cutting and Pinning the Muslin

Part 2.
Sewing and Fitting the Muslin
Transferring our muslin back to paper to create a clean pattern that you can keep and reuse
Cut our pieces from the fashion fabric
Reviewing the construction, interfacings and structure of a blazer
Start building the structure for our blazer

Part 3.
Transfer any necessary fit adjustments we made to our pattern pieces to our lining pieces
Create a lining if there is no lining for the pattern
Cut and sew our lining pieces
Decide on any design details for the blazer 

Part 4.
Sewing our blazer
Attaching a collar and lapel
Creating bound buttonholes

Part 5.
Making any further adjustments
Attaching our lining
Hand finishing the blazer

 $35.00