Friday, January 3, 2014

NEW! Peplum Mini Tutorial



Hi Darlings!

As requested here is the TUTORIAL on how to recreate my Peplum Mini Dress! The TUTORIAL is almost 2hrs long filled with step by step video instructions on everything. Tools Needed, Suggested Fabrics, Full & Small Bust Fitting Adjustments , Drafting New Pattern Pieces Etc. We will cut, sew and fit until we are all done. Come sew with me! Great for beginners and intermediates. If you missed  the FREE Leggings Tutorial you can read that post HERE









18 comments:

  1. I just purchased it! My project for this weekend!!!!! Will post pictures soon! Thanks MimiG. You inspire me to take my hobby to another level! My granny is an amazing semtress and I never took interest until 4 yrs ago.

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  2. Your entire look here is wonderful! i really like the shape of the visual, if that makes sense. great blog/website. you do amazing work.~~~

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  3. LOVE the new tutorial! Could you post sometime on your sewing time management? How do you stay on top of It all???!!??

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  4. I hope to see a tutorial on the coat she made! Please 2014 !!!! LOL

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  5. Ooo I love this. Another I will be purchasing in the future. Will it be easy to have a lower neckline more complimentary to the girls, I don't look as big then. lol

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  6. I just ordered my tutorial and pattern!! I'm ready!!!

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  7. got it and I'm watching it now.

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  8. Hi Mimi
    OMG drop dead red coat. love it

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  9. Sorry I am new to your channel but I LOVE it!! You are so clear and precise and I just love it lol. I was just wondering are your paid tutorials the same, as in video wise or is it like a pdf? If they are like the videos, you definitely have a loyal supporter out of me. Purchasing the sewing machine you advised no later than next Friday! Exciting!

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  10. I admire your work and follow as well, you have a few precious looks, mainly this I liked. One of my gifts for this January 6, would have the honor of a comment of yours on my BG...
    Daytime Glam!

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  11. I remember adding a circle skirt to the bottom of the school's t-shirt. I had ordered an XL size. I think I had two circle skirts one smaller in length than the other. Everyone loved what I did to the t-shirt. Then ten years earlier when I got a light yellow school t-shirt from a different school. I cut the t-shirt at the waist and added a circle skirt from the waist to mid calf. I can't tell you how many complements I got every friday that I wore that t-shirt dress. I've always altered my school t-shirts adding flounces, decorations and other things to my work.

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  12. Love the look. Ordered the tutorial a few days ago; can't wait to receive the email link so I can get started.

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    1. Doll, it is an instant email, you should have received it minutes after purchasing. Did you check your spam folder? email me at mimigstyle at me dot com

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    2. Thanks, for some reason it was sent to another email address that I hardly ever use; updated my email, so hopefully that would not happen again. Once again, thanks, you're the best.

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  13. Can I use ANY 60 stitch sewing machine as a beginner?

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  14. Hi Mimi,
    Got the tutorial and waiting on the fabric but I had a question about the tutorial. Is there a specifi reason why you didn't hem your peplums?

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    1. No I made the black one and wanted the wine to be more casual and I like the unfinished look on certain fabrics :-)

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  15. OMG!!! I havent been doing any projects bc I've been so busy but I am surely going to out this on my To-Do list. I LOVE IT!!!

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xoxo
mimi g.