Fitting is the key

Spring Sewing Contest Winner & Honorable Mentions

We have a winner! Congratulations Jo-Anne Coleman!

Your beautiful workmanship and your re-purpose of a scarf that you would probably never wear, re-purposing it into something which will be perfect for cold days in Canada was great. The Vogue 1569 tabard is not only spectacular but looks great on.

Fabric is a Mobious Shawl in hand woven wool, silk and mohair. The contrast is leather.

Honorable Mentions

Diana Deap - Vogue 1569

Fabric is a medium weight poly blend tapestry. Visit her blog for more details on sewing process of her V1569 tabard, SewPassionista by DIANA.

Paula Jarvis - Vogue 1540

Main fabric is a double sided, quilted poly/cotton sweatshirt-like fabric with metallic threads. The second fabric is a rayon/spandex knit, used for the band and part of the sleeves.

Patty Schmidt - Vogue 1569

Fabric is nuno- felted merino wool roving in black and white onto some silk chiffon in a leaf pattern. Black Ponte knit for the sides of the back and front. The tabs and covered buttons were cut from some of the remaining felted wool.

Sally Peterson - Vogue 1564

Fabric is raincoat fabric from Marcy Tilton. The lining is silk charmeuse.

Karen Huitric - Vogue 1569

Main fabric is a luscious knit which I imagine is polyester. Contrast panel is Ponte.

Thank you for all of the entries! Enjoy all of your wonderful garments.

Happy Sewing,

Sandra B.



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