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From: MaryW
Date: 01-18-2005, 08:56 AM (1 of 6)
Once in a blue moon you find a site that is truly dedicated to the art of sewing and design.

Today I discovered this one.
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User: MaryW
Member since: 06-23-2005
Total posts: 2542
From: MaryW
Date: 01-18-2005, 11:48 AM (2 of 6)
This is another beautiful site in my opinion. If you have a sound card, the music sets the tone. and it's Canadian. :Canada: It's not bridal but still beautiful.
owner/editor of Sew Whats New
User: MaryW
Member since: 06-23-2005
Total posts: 2542
From: plrlegal
Date: 01-18-2005, 02:16 PM (3 of 6)
Designing and sewing bridal/wedding apparel is definitely an art. There is so much unseen detail work that has to go into each garment and each segment of each garment to make the outerlayers gorgeous. I have discovered that it takes an infinite amount of patience and hard work to become really good at bridal/wedding apparel.

User: plrlegal
Member since: 05-19-2001
Total posts: 318
From: Magot
Date: 01-18-2005, 03:32 PM (4 of 6)
I love the millinary on Bards eye view - I'm planning on making a French Hood (elizabethan) over half term so I'm definitely getting into buckram and wire!
love and kisses, Jan
Cells a Speciality
DNA to order.
User: Magot
Member since: 12-22-2002
Total posts: 3626
From: momofangels4
Date: 01-24-2005, 09:42 PM (5 of 6)
When I got married in Dec.5th 2003 ( Christmas wedding ), I had made ALOT of our thigs for the wedding. My veil, my flowers, all the bridesmaids(3) flowers, 2 flowers girls hair pieces and flowers, the bountineers ( can't spell ) lol lol for all the guys (5), all the deco for the reception tables (8) all the deco for the end of the pews, unity cadle, and I borrowed my cousind wedding dress( were like sisters) but I took off the things she had on it and I added small navy blue roses and a small blue bow to the back. Our colors were navy,white,gold,&wine. And the class I was taking at the time made my wedding cake for $13.00. I also made my oldest daughter skirt for the wedding out of navy velor! Now she doesn't wear it so I went ahead and made it into a pillow case with the dates of the wedding and what she was in it the wedding ( maid of honor ) she loves it!!. I would post pics but don't know how yet!!
Heather :re:
Loving & devoted wife and mother
User: momofangels4
Member since: 01-22-2005
Total posts: 13
From: blanken6
Date: 03-12-2005, 04:04 AM (6 of 6)
Boy that first picture just takes your breath away! Some of the others were a little odd. A denim wedding dress? The live flowers in miniature vases were a great idea though!
Proverbs 31:10-31
User: blanken6
Member since: 08-11-2004
Total posts: 41
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