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Meet Janel Hill: Owner of Janet Hill Studio

My art style is an odd one – a mix of Impressionism and 1950s Realism. Edgar Degas meets with Edward Hopper. I say it’s an odd combination because in Impressionist work, free brushstrokes took precedence over meticulous ones while in Realist work a la 1950s, the opposite was true. Despite their differences in how paintings  Continue Reading »















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      JEN is offering a tutorial on how to transform her well-loved-and-liked pattern, The Scout Tee, into an easy summer top based off of a Madewell design.

       

      Congratulations to Colette Patterns’ newest book, THE COLETTE GUIDE TO SEWING KNITS, for being the number one sewing book the week it was released.

       

      Have you taken your pledge for ME MADE MAY 2014? Only one week away, the month-long challenge even inspired me to join for the first time.

       

      Totally loving the top MEG made at a fraction of the cost of her inspiration.

       

      Thank you RACHEL for your tips on how to sew without frustration.

       

      I'm so jealous I can't make it, but SONJA, MARCE, AND JENNIFER are hosting a Manhattan pop-up studio. If you're in town or live around the area, this is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon (believe me, Sonja + Marce + Jennifer = a good time!).

       

      Do you come from a long lineage of sewers, or are you the only one is your family who knows more than how to sew a button (that's me). TASIA asks this and reflects on her own past.