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Totally Stitchin’ Heads to the Martha Pullen School of Art Fashion

May 24, 2012 in News

Sew Beautiful Magazine presents the School of Art Fashion, July 22-29 in Huntsville, Alabama. As part of the event, Totally Stitchin’ and Deborah Moebes have partnered to teach a 4-day class, featuring two fabulously fashionable projects.

The Baby Lock Totally Stitchin’ School with Deborah Moebes is designed for the sewist who finds inspiration online. Moebes is a blogger, designer, author and teacher, and she will be focusing on machine techniques using the Sofia 2 sewing and embroidery machine. During the 4-day class, participants will work on two projects: a print dress with princess seams and slightly flared legged pants.

The print used during the course may vary.

While making the dress, sewists will work with a printed cotton and Vogue pattern 1152.  Moebes will show how to add soft gathers, elastic casings and tiny contrast piping, among other techniques.

Color Choices: grey, khaki, medium blue, eggplant and red

The second project of the school is a pair of slightly flared legged pants. During this project, you will be working with a classic twill fabric and Vogue pattern 1051. Moebes will show the proper technique for fitting pants to flatter your figure, inserting a fly zipper and welted pockets.

About Deborah Moebes

Author of Stitch-by-Stitch, Deborah Moebes is a fifth-generation crafter and designer who launched a line of children’s clothing in 2006. Moebes is the owner of Whipstitch Fabrics sewing lounge in Atlanta and keeps up with her sewing blog, Whipstich Modern Sewing.

For more information about the Totally Stitchin’ class and other opportunities during the conference, head over to the School of Art Fashion event page.

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