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Josephine Demontis

My cat Betty ate my dotty fabric...now the wait is on!







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20 January

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    Jan 20, 2011, 03.23 PMby seazoo

    Hi Josephine :) Thank you for your sweet comments! I’m glad you liked those. and Your creations are really wonderful! I feel you have high fashion sense! :) I’m looking forward to see your new works! ;)

19 January

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    Jan 19, 2011, 04.19 PMby Angela Kane

    I have had a quick look at your work on etsy. I love your free form draping. I don’t often look at etsy but your shop is very well presented and professional.

18 January

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    Jan 18, 2011, 04.55 AMby kelepso

    I love the numerous projects you’ve posted. I thought it made more sense to tell you here than leaving a note for each posted project. Are these your original designs or made using a book on draping?

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      Jan 18, 2011, 09.04 AMby Josephine Demontis

      The only book used was my really old Winifred aldrige book for the trouser block which was then slashed & spread to put in the room for pleats & then these pleats were closed up again in the finished pant.
      A standard close fitting block was manipulated again from a flat pattern cutting book (for the Twist Dress).
      The sweat, skirt, Sack Dress were made with no books just playing with the fabric on the stand.

      I have The Art of Dress Modelling by Lily Silberberg, but to be honest every time I pick it up I can’t figure out the instructions, it’s a hard thing to decipher from print with no 3D visuals.
      A DVD would be better.