Louise was 1 of only 3 teachers invited to teach at The Threads Experience. She was thrilled to meet new students and to teach her unique fitting techniques.
Wardrobe building is fun. Here's a scheme for amplifying each piece you make by planning ahead. Let's see how it works.
Pick a color--blue, say--and make a top and a pair of pants. Then choose a print that has blue in it and pick a different color--green, say--from the print. Make a garment from the print. Then make garments from both colors, and maybe another print with both colors. Fun!! Let's see how to mix and match a group of garments.Can you think of combinations I've missed?
Same garments, another outfit. Keep mixing! Let's see how far we can take this
A scarf in your colors can pull an outfit together.
Add the jacket.
Bring back that shirt.
Make a matching skirt.
Use all the pieces to make a suit.
Back to the original top with new One-Seam pants. Straight-let with hem darts.
The scarf pulls it all together.
Add a swingy skirt. (This one has been lengthened.
Also use beads as an accessory to tie together the two colors you've chosen. You also get to choose the colors of your buttons. Sometimes they act as jewelry.
I wanted to show you the great detail on the back of that shell from the first photos. This is the back of the shell from Danger Curves Ahead.