7.22.2011

DIY Dress Up E-Course!

I'm so excited to announce the launch of the E-Course I've been working on, D.I.Y. Dress Up. Elsie, and I developed this class for women who want to learn to sew their own clothes. We created seventeen projects that vary in skill level from simple bows and belts to more complex dresses and purses! If you want to learn to sew from a beginners level or build confidence to make your own patterns and dresses, this course if for you!

Sessions Include:
Sewing Basics and Supplies
Session 1: Make Your Own Topstitched Bow. Learn how to topstitch while stitching up pretty bows for your hair or belts. 
Session 2: Make Your Own Magazine Tote. Get comfortable with your tools and basic stitching technique as you make the perfect bag for magazines. 
Session 3: Make Your Own Makeup Bag.  Figure out that putting in zippers isn't scary in the least while making a mess proof makeup bag.
Session 4: Make Your Own Jersey Headband.  Have your first experience with sewing stretchy material to make the perfect hair accessory.
Session 5: Make Your Own Belt.  Learn how to design a really unique belt and perfectly fit it to you.
Session 6: How To Draft A Pattern That Fits Your Body. Fear patterns no more!  This session will arm you with the tips and skills you need to begin pattern drafting and customizing store bought patterns.
Session 7: Make Your Own Paper Bag Skirt. Find out that hems aren't a scary as you thought they were.
Session 8: Make Your Own Chevron Top. Tackle the chevron trend and match stripes like a pro.
Session 9: Make Your Own Fringe Laptop Case. Insert padding and make perfect fringe with this lesson that will protect your computer.
Session 10: Make Your Own Ruffled Skirt.  Learn how to make perfect ruffles.  Every girl loves a ruffle or two.
Session 11: Turn A Tank Into A Pretty Dress.  Find out the quickest way to make a perfect little dress from materials you probably have already.
Session 12: Make Your Own Jersey Tank Top.  Make a cool breezy tank while learning to cleanly finish a stretchy edge.
Session 13: Make Your Own Lace Dress. Find some tips on how to deal with tricky fabrics the right way.
Session 14: Alteration Basics. Three quick mini lessons to fix up unflattering or damaged garments.
Session 15: Make Your Own Maxi Dress.  This session will show you how to use elastic to keep up an extremely wearable maxi dress.
Session 16: Make Your Own Cardigan- Sewing sleeves is really tricky.  This lesson will break down how to set them with ease.
Session 17: Make Your Own Statement Bag.  Apply a bunch of your new skills to make an advanced handbag with hardware. 
BONUSES:
Fashion Dictionary Learn- to talk like a designer and read patterns like a pro! 
Think Like a Designer with Mallory- Using inspiration without being a copycat! Learn to translate things that inspire you into your own design. 
Hand Printing- Learn hand printing techniques with Elsie. Get the look of screen printing without any special equipment. 
Also included, Sewing Basics and Supplies.

The course is priced at only $29 US. We wanted it to be super afforable so that even our college student readers, like myself, could enjoy it. I hope that this course will inspire many of you to sew your first dress and become friends with your sewing machine! Buy the course here! 

Love, Mallory

6 comments:

  1. Congratulations, Mallory! I wish you and Elsie much success!

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  2. I love it Mallory! You're awesome and your skills are such an inspiration.

    xo, rae veda

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  3. such a great idea... congratulations to you both, it seems like a really cool class:)

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  4. just found you through a beautiful mess. i loveee your blog its so cute and inspiring :) your world seems so colorful!

    <3 steffy

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  5. Hello Mallory!!
    This e-course is GREAT and I can't wait till Elsie posts Q&A about it, then I'll go on and buy it!! It's awesome! :)
    Thanks, girls!!
    Love,
    Seri.

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  6. That's awesome Mallory! It's cool to see all the things you're accomplishing

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