Draping: Bodice Manipulation Webinar for Club Members

Description: Draping: Bodice Manipulation. In this webinar, we’ll take the bodice drape we did last time and I’ll show you how to manipulate the bodice sloper (pattern) into different shapes and how to move the darts or get rid of them entirely…. This is the start to making or changing your patterns so that they fit […]

Skirt Draping Webinar for Club Members

After Draping the bodice and learning how to manipulate darts and shape, we move on to the next draping challenge. Today I will show you how to drape a pattern for a basic skirt, both front and back, then once we have it draped on the dress form we'll make a paper pattern out of […]

Beginning Knitting Series – Class One: A washcloth

This series of knitting classes are tailored for the beginner or perhaps someone who has never knitted before. This webinar introduces basic knitting concepts such as casting on, knit stitch, binding off and gage. Information regarding yarn size, needle size, fiber types and different accessories that make for an easier process. Learn More or Purchase […]

Beginning Knitting Series – Class Two: A hat

This series of knitting classes are tailored for the beginner or perhaps someone who has never knitted before. This class will add purl stitch and add ribbing and decreases to our knowledge. Learn More or Purchase Purchase all 3 webinars in the series and get 25% off at checkout!

Skirt Draping Manipulation Webinar

Description: In our last class, we learned how to create a drape pattern for a basic skirt, both front and back and on the dress form. Making a paper pattern out of it. In today's webinar, we will take that skirt pattern created in the last webinar and design some new styles with it! You'll […]

Beginning Knitting Series – Class Three: A cowl

This series of knitting classes are tailored for the beginner or perhaps someone who has never knitted before. This will continue with the concepts learned in the first class, and take them a step further with the addition of Cables, combining stitches to form a pattern and using different weight yarn and different size needles. […]

Torso Draft Webinar

Description: This is the portion of our draping webinars, where we are going to put the two drapes that we have done already ( top and skirt ) together to create one piece. This is called a torso draft, which is basically a dress without a waistline. This technique is the basis for many types […]

Sleeve Draft Webinar

Description: This is where we put the last touch on the “Tops” portion of the draping webinar series. The sleeve. We will look at both draping and drafting a sleeve. Both based on the bodice sloper we did in the very first session. You can now create tops dresses and outerwear with sleeves. All that’s […]

Everyone Needs Closure – Two Day Studio Class

Dragonfly Creative Studio 631 Sherman St, Ridgway, CO

Description: “Everyone Needs Closure” With Amee McNamara of Running With Scissors & Nick Coman of Dragonfly Creative. This is going to be an amazing first class for Dragonfly Creatives (almost newly) remodeled building. This is a two day class that is fun and fast paced with lots of instruction. The in studio classes will be on Saturday, August […]

Bias Tunic / Dress Webinar

Description: I’ve been working with my friend Julianne Bramson of Bias Cut Blueprints, and she showed me a basic Bias tunic from the 30’s (probably much earlier than that).  We decided to add a few things to make it a little more current and wearable. It can be a tunic, a dress, a coverup, whatever […]

Bias Cut Tunic Webinar – Part Two

Join me on September 21st at 11am MT, for part two of the Bias Cut Tunic webinar series. In this class, we will learn how to finish up the bias cut tunic that we've already started. This is going to be all about fitting, edges and hems. Look forward to seeing you then! In order […]

Yoga Waist Yoke Pants Webinar

Join me on October 12th at 11am MT, for the Yoga Waist Yoke Pants webinar!  This class is all about how to add a yoga waist to any pattern or even an existing pair of pants or a skirt.  The technique is a game changer for comfort.  This easy pattern hack is a great way […]