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Sweater Rehab: How to Give Fresh Life to Well-Loved Garments

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    Sweater Rehab: How to Give Fresh Life to Well-Loved Garments

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    Learn how to easily patch those moth holes, cover stains, and update your look

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    Do you dread digging your sweaters out for winter and seeing what new moth damage there is? Tired of the strong scent of mothballs and cedar or the holes you only find when you’re already in public?

    Reweaving sweaters can be REALLY expensive, and you don’t want to be forced to choose between synthetic fibers that pill and natural fibers that attract moths. Learn how to easily patch those moth holes, cover stains, and update your look.

    In this web seminar recording, you’ll learn 2 easy invisible mend techniques for sweaters, how to use applique and embellishment effectively, how to adjust for stretch, and how to easily take a garment from boring to YOU. Use the tools and supplies you probably already have in your sewing room to get great results. Save money and get the most wear out of your wardrobe.

    What you’ll learn:

    • 2 techniques to easily fix holes in sweaters invisibly
    • Use of applique and embellishment to cover stains and larger holes
    • How a few simple touches can totally update and personalize your garments
    • How to adjust your embellishment for the stretch of the knit
    • How to use your serger to alter and reshape your sweater

    Who Should Attend:

    • Sewers who want to learn how to fix their moth-holey sweaters
    • Sewers want to save money and get extra life out of their wardrobe
    • Sewers have outdated or boring garments they want to make wearable but don’t know how

    About the Instructor:

    Darcy Lewis started sewing at age 4, and by 8 was winning awards at the State Fair. Her studies in fashion and sewing took her around the world, including Denver’s Emily Griffith School, Columbia College in Chicago, and master classes with top designers like Claire Schaffer and Susan Khalje. Informally, she has spent time in the ateliers of Ann Feist in New York and Wang Zhi in Shanghai, China (You may have seen the CBS special of Wang Zhi’s work during the Beijing Olympics).
    In 2008, Darcy opened her own studio, offering ready-to-wear and custom designs, and unparalleled customer service. Her work has been exhibited and sold at the Denver Art Museum, the Mizel Museum, Threads magazine, along with many others both nationally and internationally. She has been teaching sewing and quilting for over 10 years.

    This is a recording of a previously presented, powerpoint-style live-streamed web seminar.

    BurdaStyle does not offer any refunds for web seminar recordings. All sales are final. Please contact if you have any questions about the content of the recording.

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