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Vogue Patterns Magazine June/July 2013
JUNE/JULY 2013 FEATURES:
A PATTERN EVOLUTION: 150 years of Butterick. By Jean Hartig
LA VIE EN CLOTHES: A conversation with French artist and costume designer Manon Gignoux. By Daryl Brower
STRING THEORY: Traditional crochet lacemaking enters the boudoir. By Jean Hartig
DESIGNER EDITION: New looks by DKNY, Tom and Linda Platt, Rachel Comey, and more.
SUMMER EASE: From swingy dresses to short lace jackets, this season is all about the art of dressing easy.
M&S SCHMALBERG. by Mimi Jackson
AN INDIE SPIRIT: Portland, Oregon–based designer Adam Arnold has something to say.
GARMENT CARE: Tips to make your wardrobe last. By Linda Turner Griepentrog
PLANNING TO MAKE YOUR OWN WEDDING GOWN: What to know before you embark on the journey. By Sarah Veblen
FLAT-FELLED SEAMS: Avoiding Serger Overuse Syndrome. By Martyn Smith
A NEW WORLD: Tips for teaching sewing to today’s youth. By Kathy Augustine
TINY SEAMS: Finishing techniques for delicate garments. By Claire Shaeffer
CORSET BUILDING, PART 1: Gathering the necessary tools and materials. By Linda Sparks
BEAUTY ON THE BIAS: How to make a Hollywood-inspired slip. By Kathryn Brenne
CARVED WOOD QUILTS. By Fraser Smith
REVEALING THE PAST: A brief history of undergarments. By Daryl Brower
SHEER VOLUME: Transforming a basic tunic with organza.
FORAL EFFUSION: Embellishing with flowers and drape.
FABRIC MATCHING: A Fashionable Approach to Lightweight Fabrics by Moni Briones
THREAD TALES: Wedding Gown for a Distant Land. By Jane Bonner