Showing posts from June 9, 2013
Let me introduce myself my name is Lorraine Giannetto-Glach and I’m a designer of sorts. I like to take the obsolete and make it unique by repurposing it and making it a one-of-a-kind; I want to be the plastic surgeon for your wardrobe! I design patterns for the beginner sewing enthusiast, making them fun, fast and unique so you want to sew, make more and share your new talent. I’m a huge fan of recycling, repurposing and redesigning what’s already in your closet. A great way to save some bucks and save the landfill; it’s has two-fold benefit. I have sewn for most of my life it has been therapy for me! My heart’s desire is to be a fashion designer of the everyday fashion, practical yet unique and comfortable. I have gotten frustrated with patterns even to this day with all the hours I have under my belt so I try and keep my patterns simple and FUN! I have YouTube videos of some of the steps I found might be hard to understand plus I’m only an e-mail away if you need help! One of th…
This quilt was made for Joyce P. Since she plays and loves volleyball she wanted a way of keeping and treasuring the memories she thought having a quilt made was the perfect way to do just that. Originally it was going to be a 4x5 quilt blocks but she had several t-shirts that only had a small print on them so I cut and stitched them into a row and made that the vertical center that you see and still kept the quilt a rectangular shape. She was extremely happy with how it turned out!