Hello my friends 😀 😀
I hope your day is going well. It is another nice day in Sydney. Not too hot, and not too cold.
I am spending so much time on my studies at the moment (more time than I want too haha). But I have to study alot to get good grades.
I am reblogging this post on some of my favourite sewing books. You may have not read this post before, so I hope you enjoy it.
I work and study full-time so its getting a bit tricker to keep up with my blog (but do not worry I am not going anywhere). I will get use to it, hopefully in a week or so.
I was just going to work full-time and study part-time, but decided to do both at full-time as I want to complete my degree faster.
I also spend alot of time on my artwork (my true offline love haha). I am wanting to make my artwork and writing become my full-time job instead of part-time.
Also if you are a full-time artist let me know if you have any tips to go full-time at it. I have to keep working full-time to fund my dreams for now.
Thank you for reading, maybe comment below your dream job ❤ ❤
I will respond to more comments soon. Have a great day!
Capili Jiron x x
It is such great feeling bringing an idea to life.
I love designing clothes. The whole creative process is fun to go through with, from thinking of the idea and putting it on paper, to developing, pattern drafting, and sewing a toile (which is a completed garment made with cheap material – e.g. calico, before sewing final garment). The end result is amazing.
It is so much fun to pick out fabrics, buttons, and any trims to add. I am use to my own measurements, though I still like to refer to books as guides when required.
Sewing is fun whether you want to do it as a hobby, make costumes for cosplay, design your own clothes, or even design clothes and items for your own store. Even if you have advance skills in sewing, it is always good to learn new skills, or learn different ways of doing something. Do…
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