Upcycled Diagonal Cut Tunic Class
Step by Step Video Based Online Sewing Class
Have you tried reading sewing patterns and just can't figure them out? (no sewing patterns needed)
Do you want to refashion some clothes but have no clue where to start?
Maybe you've been looking for something unique in your size and it's just not happening?
I totally get it - I was in your shoes, i remember early in my creative life trying to read sewing patterns and walking away in frustration. When I first started upcycling I had no clue where to make the first cut much less what the finished look would be.
I will walk you through step by step and the best part is no pattern is needed!! I will teach you how to create clothing you will love by starting with a shirt and adding to it to create a tunic or a dress that you will be proud to wear!
So grab some clothes you want to upcycle and I will show you how to make something that you will love and wear!
I will show you how to make a Tunic like the one below
You can see a Free Preview below under Class Curriculum!!
* i will show you how to do a patchwork butterfly on the upper back
* i will walk you through how to create a scrap fabric dragonfly!
* upclose view of my freestyle stitching.
* i will show you how to do a patchwork piece on the upper back
I just opened up an Etsy shop that will go along with my classes - there you can find all of my classes that I offer at the time and lots of fabric and notions that you might need to create with! So check it out here
Wendy Bryant is the designer behind the brand CreoleSha, a go to place where you can learn to create your own clothing using methods that she uses in her own designs. Wendy has been designing up-cycled clothing for about 11 years now, using thrift store and vintage finds and putting them together in a unique way. And if we are being honest - she is obsessed with anything chocolate and her crazy goats Twix and Peanut butter! Momma of 2 boys that are grown and an 11 year old girl that keeps her young!
StartGather Fabrics Intro (2:37)
StartCutting the Tunic (3:12)
StartMaking a Pattern for the side piece (5:36)
StartYou Can Use a Shirt for the Side Piece (0:47)
StartLooking at Fabrics and Colors for Patchwork (4:35)
StartSewing Patchwork Together (3:27)
StartPatchwork Complete (7:56)
StartStitching Pieces Together (4:05)
StartFinish Stitching Together (10:11)
StartShowing What The Tunic Looks Like (3:01)
StartAdding Length to the Tunic (10:00)
StartShowing it Completed (2:46)