Saturday, December 22, 2012

"The Classic Tailored Shirt" Class from Craftsy!

My wonderful friend Pam Howard sent me her great class on "The Classic Tailored Shirt" over at Craftsy.com.  And if you've ever wanted to really explore all of the magnificent details in depth, then this is the class for you!  I'll be posting my version after the first of the year.

Right now, Craftsy.com is having one last sale before the end of the year.  


The sale starts today and ends at midnight Monday, December 24th!  Click HERE to get your discount!

15 comments:

  1. I bought this class but hate the pattern that she uses. I can't wait to see what you some up with

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    1. You can pretty much adapt the methods to any similar pattern. I have KS 3555. But I may also use one with darts... because I like darts.

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  2. Hi I just wanted to leave an end-of-year comment to thank you for all the amazing inspiration, style-wise and sewing-wise, over the past year. Your blog and your style are fantastic. Cheers to you!

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  3. Thanks for the information regarding the classes at Craftsy. I signed up for three classess including the classic tailored shirt class and pants fitting class with Sandra Betzina. Both of these were on my to do list for 2013.

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  4. I need to consider this. I could really use some tutoring to tackle a tailored shirt. Haven't attempted on yet, and I'm a little afraid!

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    1. You should give it a try Crystalpleats.

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  5. I signed up for this a month and so ago - and it's wonderful - I don't have shirting fabric yet so I haven't completed it - but I have reviewed some of the lessons. I have my own basic block and mostly purchased to improve specific execution skills!

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  6. Funny enough I was looking at that before. It is on my wishlist next SALE around lol

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    1. Check it out when you can Sassy T!

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  7. That's great, Erica! I'm on their email list and they seem to have alot of good classes for all levels and prices seem to be reasonable. Good for you to be blessed with a freebie! If you give a thumbs-up on something, then I KNOW it's all good! :-). Thanks again for the info and for such an inspiring blog!

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    1. You're welcome Wannasew!

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  8. I'm enrolled in this class but so far have only watched a few of the lessons. I snatched it up when I first saw it advertised as I recalled her from Threads magazine (I think?). Anyhow, I love what I've seen so far and think she's a great teacher.

    I can't wait to see your version!

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