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September 29, 2010


Art of the Dress :: 09.29.10 :: Free Motion Quilted Belt


Speaking of free motion quilting ... check out this free motion quilted belt I made ...

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Here's a short little demo to show you how I made it. Trust me, if I can do it, you can do it.

Here I've paired it with my go-to black dress (Target). Love it.

art of the dress I hope you take this and all other ideas shared on this blog as a springboard and jump! Would love you to challenge me by showing how you've made this idea even better so then I can springboard from there and so on and so on ... go now ... dress with imagination, and create with abandon.

Also a note about Art of the Dress ... Thank you for allowing me to explore my passion for style, shoes, fashion, and the art of dressing. It's evolving. And it's great fun. More to come as it continues to evolve.

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I have truly enjoyed your Art of the Dress posts. Looking forward to more of them.

That video was awesome!!!! I love that belt! So inspiring! thanks for sharing!!!
Jennifer

Pure Joy!! What a fabulous video Jennifer, Thank you soooo very much for sharing! You are such an inspiration and your blog is wonderful!

Delightful little flower belt! I think the best way to expand a wardrobe is to incorporate specialty accents like your flower along with the basic essentials. Bravo!

Love your new accessory; I can't wait to get my magic
foot, tosee what I can come up with. Once it arrives, I suspect a spring in my step~ Thanks for the inspiration!

Fun, fun, fun...fabulous!

I'm jumping with an idea that came from yours! Yours is so cute! Now to thread the machine. I've missed reading your posts as I was in a car accident. Now I'm trying to catch up! Thank you!

I just recently learned free-motion quilting and find it so "FREE"ing (tee hee). I find myself wanting to keep the foot on my sewing machine more often. I love how you mixed the paper with the fabric...SEW FUN!!!!!!!!

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