Portland, OR USA

I began sewing at the age of 7. I sewed commercially for several years and have done some teaching. My interests are quite varied and run from couture techniques to quilting.

Craftsy Member since March 2012

I'm enrolled in these Craftsy classes:

40 Techniques Every Sewer Should Know
The Essential Guide to Sewing With Lace
The Perfect Jeans
Sewing Lingerie
Sew the Perfect Fit
Essential Guide to Tailoring
Easy Fitting the Palmer/Pletsch Way: Shirts & Tops
Patternmaking + Design: The Pants Sloper
Pant Construction Techniques: In the Details
2015 Craftsy Block of the Month
Patternmaking + Design: Collars & Closures
Patternmaking + Design: Creative Darts & Seam Lines
Tailoring Ready-to-Wear
Modern Jacket Techniques
Sewing Bras: Construction & Fit
Patternmaking + Design: Creative Sleeves
Couture Dressmaking Techniques
Patternmaking + Design: Creative Necklines
Couture Finishing Techniques
Underneath It All
The Essential Guide to Sewing With Sheers
Artisan Bread Making
Creative Serging
Jacket Fitting Techniques
Inside Vogue Patterns: Badgley Mischka V1399
Classic Tailoring: The Blazer
Sewing Fashion Knits
Design Your Own Handbag
Sewing Designer Jeans
The Iconic Tweed Jacket
Sewing Texture
The Carefree Fly-Front Coat
Adjust the Bust
Sewing on the Bias
Sewing With Silks
Pant Construction Techniques
The Classic Tailored Shirt
Pant Fitting Techniques
Sewing With Knits
The Couture Dress
Making Leather Bags
Fashion Draping: Bias Design
Fashion Draping
Sewing Machine Feet from A to Z
Patternmaking Basics: The Bodice Sloper
Create Any Size: Pattern Grading for Sewers
Sew Better, Sew Faster: Smart Construction
Sewing Bras: Designer Techniques
Patternmaking for Knits: Essential Slopers
Machine Quilting Negative Space
Free Motion Fillers, Vol. 1
The Classic Double Wedding Ring
Color Play for Quilters
Beyond Basic Machine Quilting
Thread Art

6 Class Projects

Class: Making Leather Bags
with Don Morin

Class: The Classic Tailored Shirt
with Pam Howard

Class: Sewing With Knits
with Meg McElwee

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