Jaimegirl

Bakersfield, CA, US
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craft interests: fashion, quilting, sewing

my etsy page:
http://Jaimesews.etsy.com

Gender: Female

Member Since: 05/01/2008

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Jaimes Sewing Room

The Ultimate Sewing Room contest entry

A Taste of "My Fair Lady"

This dress was commissioned by a woman who saw something similar in a department store window. We made a couple design changes to better fit her shape and sense of style.

"Clean Lines" pillows

I am in the process of making these couch pillows for a friend who just closed escrow on a small cottage. She requested very clean lines so we're keeping it simple. I will post more pictures as I...


recent comments

Re: It Starts With the Sketchbook

I'm glad to see this article! I CANNOT draw so I avoided sketching for a long time. Recently I became interested in clothing design so I thought I'd give it a try. Now, my sketches don't look near as wonderful as yours, but the process really helped me to get the creativity flowing - I was really surprised! Even if I never follow through with some of the ideas, I found the practice in this creative process to be really beneficial.

Re: Convertible Dress Attempt Two

That looks great...and SO comfortable. Aren't you so thankful for jersey knits? Dressy yet comfy too! :)

Re: A Taste of "My Fair Lady"

Thank you! It was NEAR IMPOSSIBLE to find the dot print my customer wanted so we ended up having to use a poplin we found at www.equilter.com! The entire dress is made of 97% cottton, 3% lycra! We were nervous that it would look very "cottony", but the style was enough, I think, to make it dressy.

Re: Hoot Hoot Apple Quilt - my first quilting attempt

I agree with Sammyjo - just keep on going! Great job!

Re: Creations For Children

I just had my son in February and also have been thinking about boys clothing. As I tried to find him outfits for Easter, Mother's Day, etc. I was surprised at how few outfits they had and the one's they did have were not my style! Fabrics conducive to boys clothing is also a challenge. I'm glad someone else is looking into it, though. There IS a hole in the market there! :)

Re: Made It: My 19th-Century-Inspired Wedding Gown

Wow - very cool! I love the pleated ruffle at the bottom!

Re: Amy Munson

BEAUTIFUL!!