This writer is all about fashion and sewing, so she was tickled fuschia to see Burdastyle’s How-To series launched at one of her favorite New York store, Mood Fabrics (the place where you see the Project Runway designers getting their materials). While Mood Fabrics is so generous with their swatches you could actually make something to wear with them, we feel that this store is a tad bit over-rated and over-priced. You can get the same experience at other fabric stores, such as Vogue Fabrics in Evanston, Ill. Did you know that store owners there gladly welcome group tours (this writer went on one the other day and was thrilled to bits and pieces with her goody bag)? While we’re on the subject of Project Runway, check out the Australian version (thanks to the link on the Tessuti Fabrics blog.) That’s not to say you’ll want to ignore tonight’s episode for the American version. Carry on,as Tim Gunn, might say.
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