It’s shout-out time. The ladies over at The Sew Weekly have been sewing up some jaw-droppers these past couple of weeks and I shall dote upon them a bit today.
For the Refashion Challenge, Gina Clark stole the show with her “Lorenzo Lamas” pants made out of a thrifted leather trench. You’ve gotta be sh**ting me! Upcycling a garment is already sorcerer’s work and Gina managed to do it with LEATHER. Effing brilliant! I bow down to this woman.
Loran continues to amaze with us with her mad skillz. Inspired an iconic Klimt painting for last week’s Art Challenge, she sewed up this stunning patchwork jacket. Since I’m preparing to sew a quilt, seeing this jacket was like an omen from the craft gods to stay on course. Beautiful work, indeed.
Wanett (aka Nettie) is studying to be a librarian and used her Nerd Power to learn all about Frida Kahlo for the Art Challenge. I swear that Frida’s ghost must be haunting Nettie by now because with this outfit, she channelled the late artist better than a $1,000 an hour psychic. Nettie’s story of learning about Frida is a must read, a wonderful tale of sewist meets artist/muse.
I’m almost having more fun enjoying the other contributor creations than I am contributing my own. Well, almost ;-).
4 thoughts on “Sewing Heroes of the Refashion and Art Challenges”
These are so great! I went over to the site to admire the others- such a cool theme!
Both themes brought out the best ideas in folks. Glad you dig ’em too.
Thanks for the shout out! I came over to your blog to tell you how much I love your blog name! That’s one of my fave MJ songs!
So glad you came by!! Yeah, Off the Wall is my life soundtrack…I boogie to it often.
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