"Fashion Designer's Handbook" Crafting Event with Marjorie Galen

Attention young aspiring fashion designers! Create your own mini dream outfit at a fashion craft event with crafter and fashionista Marjorie Galen, author of The Fashion Designer's Handbook. Patterns, fabrics and supplies will be provided. Just bring your creativity!

Marjorie Galen gives kids ages 8 to 12 years the tools to create and sew fashion-forward clothes that express their individuality.

Marjorie is an experienced craft-book author, writer and instructor who starts with the basics, teaching readers about sketching, stitches, fabrics, sewing tools, where to get inspiration, and more!

Marjorie Galen is the author of Summer Crafts: Fun and Creative Summer Projects for the Whole Family, which was nominated for ForeWord magazine’s Book of the Year Award in 2006. She’s contributed to magazines including Country Living and Martha Stewart Living, and written quilting patterns and books with quilter Denyse Schmidt. She lives in Palisades, New York, with her two children.


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Event date: 
Sunday, December 15, 2013 - 2:30pm
Event address: 
610 W 112th St
10025 New York
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The Fashion Designer's Handbook: Learn to Sew and Become a Designer in 33 Fabulous Projects [With 1 Dress Form, 3 Decorative Fabrics, Rick Rack and 24 Cover Image
$25.95
ISBN: 9780761154792
Availability: Usually Ships in 1-5 Days
Published: Workman Publishing - September 25th, 2012

Young girls love fashion. They love "Project Runway." They love expressing themselves through what they wear. And they want to be fashion designers. It's the No. 1 dream job for girls ages 8 to 12, according to "The New York Times." Here in one kit is everything a girl needs to know to start designing and sewing clothes--a lively, full-color book that comes with a doll-size dress form, 24 reusable patterns, rick rack, embroidery thread, a tape measure, and a piece of fabric printed in three vibrant patterns."The Fashion Designer's Handbook and Fashion Kit "features 33 projects that range from super easy dresses for 11 1⁄2-inch fashion dolls (including Barbie) all the way to "girl-size" projects for the designer to make and wear herself. It shows how to think and work like a designer--from finding inspiration to sketching to developing a personal style. Getting to know fabrics, fibers, and materials; working with patterns; and creating original designs using the dress form.The Mod Mini 1-2-3 Skirt. The No-Sew Sock Dress. Little Red Cape and Coco Jacket. Every project is clearly explained in step-by-step instructions and requires little to no adult help.


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