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Wardrobe Architect

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    Profile photo of with love Heidiwith love Heidi @with love Heidi

    Has anyone else been following along with this over on Colleterie?

    I’ve been partially following along and it’s now starting to get to the really useful bits. I thought I would highlight it here as many of us are starting to sew for ourselves as well as our kids.

    http://www.coletterie.com/category/wardrobe-architect

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    Profile photo of Darcy StrubleDarcy Struble @darcyjane

    This is awesome! I’ve been looking for something like this! Not two weeks ago I stood in my closet upset because I have so much clothing and so few actual outfits. My goal for this year is to make things that I love instead of buying things that I just like 🙂

    I have the same problem with my daughters clothing (you know, the overload of stuff with very few outfits), except, I can’t complain bc aside from the things I sew, everything in her wardrobe is hand-me-downs!

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    Profile photo of melelizameleliza @meleliza

    I have so far skimmed it, but have been meaning to set aside time to really read it all and follow along. I want to be more purposeful in what I sew myself this year.

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    Profile photo of Cat75Cat75 @Cat75

    I love this! I was working through the first weeks yesterday. It was so much fun.

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    Profile photo of BurattiBuratti @Buratti

    I have been following this too! This is great as is http://into-mind.com/ which was linked in the first few weeks. The last post on solids and patterns was really helpful.

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