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Vogue Patterns Magazine August/September 2011
AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2011 ARTICLES:
SEWING RETREATS: Sandra Betzina’s guide to what to bring...from supplies to attitude.
SEWING MACHINE SHOPPING GUIDE: Top 20 topics to help you get what you want and what you need.
HAVE SCISSORS, WILL TRAVEL: Meet Nayantara Banerjee, the tailor who makes house calls.
CONVERTING A ONE-PIECE SLEEVE INTO A TWO-PIECE: Kathryn Brenne teaches the finer points of this transformation.
KEEPING DIY STYLE ALL IN THE FAMILY: Erica Bunker’s point of view on stretching your wardrobe.
INSIDE EDITION: Linda Griepentrog uncovers the secrets of fashion’s support system.
LET THE FABRIC SPEAK: Your imagination can be your guide when you add unique touches to fabric.
NORTH STARS: Inspired by the beauty of the Canadian Arctic, students rise to the fashion challenge at Toronto’s Creativ Festival.
SMALL, SMALL, SMALL: Pati Palmer offers advice on making alterations for the smaller figure.
TWO FREE PROJECTS: Make a boiled wool pocket and a loop-the-loop belt.
THE GREAT PRETENDERS: LEATHER-LOOK FABRICS: Tips and techniques for sewing with this season’s hot fabric.