counter create hit Yeah, I Made It Myself: DIY Fashion for the Not-Very Domestic Goddess - Download Free eBook
Hot Best Seller

Yeah, I Made It Myself: DIY Fashion for the Not-Very Domestic Goddess

Availability: Ready to download

A go-to guide for DIY fashion, aimed at women who are passionate about clothes, and would love to create something of their own, but who are unsure of how to get started Farry isn't a fashion designer, or professional seamstress, but she can cobble together a DIY summer wardrobe faster than you can say pearl-two. She's made most of her own clothes for years. When people lea A go-to guide for DIY fashion, aimed at women who are passionate about clothes, and would love to create something of their own, but who are unsure of how to get started Farry isn't a fashion designer, or professional seamstress, but she can cobble together a DIY summer wardrobe faster than you can say pearl-two. She's made most of her own clothes for years. When people learn that she makes her own clothes they say, "I wish I could do that." And her immediate response is, "You easily could—I could teach you in a few hours." For a few months, when she was a contributing editor at Elle, she ran a featurette that showed how to make key catwalk accessories using stuff bought from the local fabric store. The feature was very popular—the basic premise being "If I can do it, anyone can." The ideas are accessible and adaptable—it's all about creating an individual look, experimenting with ideas, and laughing if it all goes a bit lopsided. Innovative young designers provide insider tips. There are also crafty inspirational tales from friends who've come up with their own easy-to-make designs, despite not having a fashion degree. This guide is practical, with pom-poms.


Compare

A go-to guide for DIY fashion, aimed at women who are passionate about clothes, and would love to create something of their own, but who are unsure of how to get started Farry isn't a fashion designer, or professional seamstress, but she can cobble together a DIY summer wardrobe faster than you can say pearl-two. She's made most of her own clothes for years. When people lea A go-to guide for DIY fashion, aimed at women who are passionate about clothes, and would love to create something of their own, but who are unsure of how to get started Farry isn't a fashion designer, or professional seamstress, but she can cobble together a DIY summer wardrobe faster than you can say pearl-two. She's made most of her own clothes for years. When people learn that she makes her own clothes they say, "I wish I could do that." And her immediate response is, "You easily could—I could teach you in a few hours." For a few months, when she was a contributing editor at Elle, she ran a featurette that showed how to make key catwalk accessories using stuff bought from the local fabric store. The feature was very popular—the basic premise being "If I can do it, anyone can." The ideas are accessible and adaptable—it's all about creating an individual look, experimenting with ideas, and laughing if it all goes a bit lopsided. Innovative young designers provide insider tips. There are also crafty inspirational tales from friends who've come up with their own easy-to-make designs, despite not having a fashion degree. This guide is practical, with pom-poms.

7 review for Yeah, I Made It Myself: DIY Fashion for the Not-Very Domestic Goddess

  1. 4 out of 5

    Kathryn McGowan

  2. 4 out of 5

    Kate McGowan

  3. 4 out of 5

    Mel

  4. 5 out of 5

    Patty

  5. 4 out of 5

    Jenny B

  6. 4 out of 5

    Jobber

  7. 5 out of 5

    Praepan Tamaneewan

Add a review

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading...
We use cookies to give you the best online experience. By using our website you agree to our use of cookies in accordance with our cookie policy.