How Fashion Fundamentals Can Help For Garment Design, Upcycling & Sewing?

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"I love many colours, but which colours can I put together so my next sewing project doesn't end as a dreadful disaster?"

"How to design a great looking jacket from the fabric leftovers I keep from my previous sewing projects?"

"What design will suit me better, for example, can I add ruffles around the neckline of the dress I want to make?"

"What are the design elements and how exactly I can use them in my garment creations?"

Recognizing principles & elements of fashion design will give you more power!


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