Natural Resource & Dynamo

Barbara Emodi is one of Atlantic Sewing Guild’s multi-talented resources.  She is a sewing dynamo, teacher and popular blogger.  Over the years we have been interested Show & Tell witnesses of Barb’s tracks to various sewing permutations & combinations.  Barbara has taught sewing in Canada, Australia & the U.S..  She has written extensively for magazines (see Barb in Threads magazine and the Australian “Dressmaking with Stitches”) as well as on her instructional & often hilarious site https://sewingontheedge.blogspot.ca/ .  Hard to believe that she finds time to be accomplished in the (Muggle) non-sewing world as well!

Recently Barbara has been doing deep research on fitting methods and on December 12 will share a different way of fitting.  She will present some of the first principles of altering a pattern to fit and will introduce divergent approaches to fitting – all of them effective, each suited to a different type of sewist.  You’ve paid attention to many fitting methods over the years so it will be interesting to hear some of the whys & wherefores – & perhaps why we can merrily ignore things we’ve thought are musts!

We are pleased that Barb will present her latest ideas & theories at the ASG meeting on December 12, 2017, especially considering how busy she must be with her first book coming up for publication in May/18.  Link to pre-order Sew…The Garment-Making Book of Knowledge or Pre-order here: King’s Co-Op Bookstore to support your local independent book store (with 5% discount or higher if more than 3 of us order;  will be personally delivered by Kathleen).

p.s.  Just guess who the StyleArc Barb pants pattern is named after!  If you guessed Barbara Emodi, you’d be right – come to hear her speak at the next Atlantic Sewing Guild meeting.

NEXT MEETING OF THE ATLANTIC SEWING GUILD IS
TUESDAY, December 12, 2017, 7PM
the campbell centre (BEHIND ST. AGNES CHURCH)
CORNER OF MUMFORD & CHEBUCTO

 

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