Clothing for the Body & Soul

African Safari of Designs

Students are invited to join Rachel on safari! Many graphic interpretations of African designs can be used for artistic expression in creating patchwork, piecing, and appliqu³, quilting patterns, embroidery, stamps and stencils. Designs can be used to create various forms of embellishment such as painted designs on fabrics. Students can apply this design class to […]

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The Collection Coat

This workshop is designed to use the material that sewers inevitably collect over the years: the old quilt blocks, the rescued doilies, scarves, lace, buttons, and other odds and ends. Students bring their scraps to Rachel and she will help them to combine these treasures into a wearable garment using the coat pattern of their […]

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Clothing for the Body and Soul

This workshop is designed to engage the student in an exploration of the idea of clothing as an art form, or artistic expression. The workshop starts with a lecture as a source of stimulation for the development of ideas for an individual artistic piece of clothing. Next, students are guided through the experience of creating […]

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Anatomy of a Garment

In this lecture Rachel will take students from the beginning of a garment to the end, step by step. Students will learn a variety of approaches, hints and “designers secrets” behind the creation of a good wearable garment. For a longer class, this workshop may be combined with One Garment at a Time. This is […]

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