Hello my lovely welcome back to my blog so today I have an amazing fantastic topped designed for you. It's a puffy style rustic kind of top. When I designed it I was channeling vibes of Victorian mixed with a little bit of antique style. I was looking for the kind of fabrics that they would have used in that time. For this project I chose cotton I was looking for sort of muted rustic brown fabrics. I found the perfect rustic brown fabric. I found it on fabric.com they have amazing fabrics on this website and its the best fabric I have ever tried online. I browsed through all the different sections and I found this fabric. It was perfect for the project that I was creating. My initial idea was to make a simple top. I am currently making a skillshare course. About making your own garments without any patterns. So I decided to start sketching and making different ideas. Of how I can make an interesting piece without a pattern.
I decided to do this because this was my original way of learning. how to sew before I even went to fashion University. I learnt how to sew. I started by making my own garments from scratch without any patterns at all. When I first started learning how to sew I found patterns to be quite intimidating. I found it confusing and hard to follow a lot of the patterns. They were very difficult to understand for a beginner. So what I used to do was I would find some fabrics and cut it up and experimenting with drape. And creating shapes and designing without using any patterns. With this way I developed my free hand sewing technique. In my upcomingskillshare course. I teach you how you can make any garment you want From Scratch. Using no sewing patterns at all. This is perfect for beginners to advanced level. Because you can always learn something new from creating something without using patterns. with this top I started off with a huge baggy Square to drape over the body. Then started to add in some Batwing Arms. I gathered the neckline and the waist with some elastic and I added pleating to the hem.
I have developed my own easy freehand cutting method this technique can be applied to anything you are making. Don’t forget to sign up below. Click the “subscribe” button and you’ll be the first to know as soon as I launch a new course or have a big announcement to share with my students.
Hello my beautiful people welcome back to the blog, I'm so happy to see you here! I can’t get over this adorable dress. This pattern is a winner. Today I have a new design to share with you all I've created this really fun asymmetrical black dress do you love the dress as much as I do? Let me know tell me what you think of my new dress. For this dress I used Black cotton from fabric.com.
I designed this dress exclusively for the new skillshare course that I have coming up in the future and in this new course I teach you exactly how to make this dress step by step using a freehand cutting method that I developed.
This exciting freehand cutting method means that you can create any garment without the use of any sewing patterns which is amazing because if you don't use any patterns it means that you can design freely. This is my favourite way to design because it gives me the complete freedom to make the shapes. And create the look that I want and customise it exactly the way I need it to be. With this dress design I decided to sketch it out first when I was thinking of this design I wanted something very elegant and beautiful but at the same time fun and different! Currently I'm completely obsessed with voluminous shapes at the moment. I usually I like the very tight fitted things but I'm really obsessed with the cinch in the waist and the voluminous silhouette. So for this dress I decided to create a very full asymmetrical skirt and a nice baggy top and cinch it in the waist with elastic and then I accentuated this detail with my belt in the styling afterwards.
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Hey I am Chantelle,
Hello, I'm Chantelle, A freelance designer, fashion blogger/ vlogger and social media expert. London based designer graduated from University with a degree in BA (Hons) Fashion. Inspired by travel, photography, fine art and Fashion trends. My main skills are Social media marketing, fashion design, video editing, blogging and Fashion writing. I currently work as a freelance social media manager & fashion blogger I've been blogging & vlogging for 8 years so I gained experience in growing an audience and social media presence online. I also have taken a digital marketing course
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