Blazer Tutorial is HERE! DIY Your OWN Blazer
Today is the day and I am so excited. The BLAZER COURSE has arrived and the first lesson has been posted! BUY NOW
HOW IT WORKS!
When you purchase the course below you will get an email instantly, click on the link in that email and it will open a PDF file that you SAVE to your computer. That PDF file contains EVERYTHING you need to access the video files and more including: Tools, Fabric suggestions, Pattern Suggestions, Plus Size Options, Tips and of course the Link and Password to the videos.
The videos will be posted in a series of lessons over the next 5 weeks with OVER 5.5 HOURS OF INSTRUCTION! and the first lesson is READY NOW. You can start at ANY TIME and the videos will remain accessible to you to view as often as you wish. Next Monday when I post week 2 all you have to do is log on and the video will appear. At the end of the 5 weeks you will have a total of 5 videos with never ending access 😉
One last thing…. Michael Levine is having a sale! 20% off the ENTIRE store so go check out my picks for blazer fabrics included in your PDF and Simplicity Patterns are 5 for $5.00 at Joann’s (ends today)
Enjoy the first lesson! BUY NOW
FULL COURSE OUTLINE
PART 1. Pattern Guidelines & Taking Measurements Choosing Size & Cutting Pattern Measure RTW (ready to wear) Clothes to Understand Pattern Ease Transferring Paper Pattern to Muslin *A muslin is used to create a “test” that we will use to make fitting adjustments until a good fit is reached*
Cutting & Pinning Muslin
PART 2. Sewing Muslin & Test Fitting Making Adjustments (small bust or full bust adjustments included) Transferring our marked muslin back to paper to create a clean pattern that you can keep and reuse Cutting our Fashion Fabric Reviewing Construction & Structure
Start Building Our Blazer PART 3.
Transfer any necessary fit adjustments we made to our pattern pieces to our lining Create a lining if there is no lining for the pattern Cut and sew our lining pieces Decide on Design Details
Sewing our Blazer
Attaching a Collar and Lapel
Creating Bound Buttonholes
Making any further adjustments Attaching our lining Hand finishing the blazer