I think it would be so interesting to read more about what inspires you and how you approach your designing… blog post maybe?
Editor’s note: When we spotted Manju’s comment on Vogue Patterns designer Carlos Correa’s Instagram account, we thought, hmm, what a great idea. So we reached out to Carlos and persuaded him to tell us more about his process. Here it is in his own words…
ICYMI, the 70’s look is huge this spring. Whether you’re wearing the decade’s looks for the first time or revisiting the fashions of your youth, come hop on the ’70s love train with us. Let’s take a then-and-now look at seventies sewing patterns:
Wear-to-work dresses: Simple lines and a close fit.
Pants and jumpsuits: The wider the leg the better.
Tops: Clingy is best. Bows are big.
Skirts: Wraps are always right.
Will you be adding a little ’70s influence to your spring and summer sewing? I have a pair of culottes all cut out and ready to be sewn. What’s up next on your sewing table?
Question: Are you able to successfully pin images from this blog? Do you end up getting a jpg image that doesn’t link back to the post? Or do you get seemingly dozens of images and have to search high and low for the one you want to pin? Can you please test it and let me know in the comments a) if you were successful or not; and b) what browser you use. Thanks!
Have you seen the Fashion Fusion magazine we produce for Jo-Ann Fabric & Craft Stores? It’s in stores now and online, and it features loads of inspiration for fall and winter sewing. Plus, it pairs McCall’s, Butterick, Kwik Sew and Vogue Patterns with fabrics from Jo-Ann that are available right now. You can see just what our patterns look like all made up, no guesswork involved. So, watch the video, grab a copy of the magazine, and let us know what you think!