The Atlanta Chapter of the American Sewing Guild celebrated September, National Sewing Month, in style with a Fashion Show. All the fashions were designed and/or made by our talented members. Anthony Williams, Designer, and known from Project Runway Fame, was our guest speaker and MC for the show.
What can I say about Anthony, he is extremely talented, professional, endearing, and HILARIOUS. We all had so much fun!
The fashion show committee did an incredible job, the location was beautiful, the sit down lunch was delicious, the centerpieces perfect, and the show went off with out a hitch. Kudos to them!!!!Models behind the scenes.
And now for the Show.
It’s never too early to model beautiful clothes, especially ones made by a loving grandmother.Dragoncon is a weekend full of parades, and fun for Science Fiction enthusiasts every year in Atlanta. Here are some great costumes that a couple of our members made. They had so much fun and we truly enjoyed seeing these masterful costumes.Check out my article Fashion Ladies Skirt to see the embroidery process and the fine details of the black embroidered skirt.
Pam Howard is a brilliant teacher, check out some of her classes on Craftsy.com.To see details about my pink and gray faux persian lamb reversible jacket, check out my article Reversible Jacket, and for altering issues I had, check out my article Jacket Pattern Alterations.Read Dress for a Prom Queen to see details of this cute blue flirty dress and see the process I went through to make it.
Her mother that made this black sparkly prom dress for her also makes incredible jewelry. Her designs are unique and fun.To see more about this grecian prom dress I designed and made for my grandaughter, read my article With Love – Prom Dress.Come back soon. I will be writing two new articles showing all about my black silk cocktail dress and another one on the Exquisite embellished silk lace train. The picture doesn’t do justice for the beauty of the silk lace.A perfecting ending of the show.I hope you enjoyed our show. If you are not a member of the American Sewing Guild, check out the website and join today. If you don’t have a neighborhood group close by, start one. We have so much fun sharing our knowledge, learning and inspiring each other with our show n tells.