|Kenneth developed this method of working with trims to create lavish embellishments, based on yardage trim. This trim had the one quality he liked--a regular repeat--which enabled him to use it as a "measuring device". This measuring device enabled him to make mirror images of an embellishment on opposite lapels and other areas. The two questions he asked when experimenting with this were: What to do with the ends? And, how to make the finished piece not look like purchased trim?
This method was outlined in a "Master Class" article by Kenneth in the August/September 2003 issue of Threads Magazine.
In this class we will cover how to manipulate the trims to create the embellishment, by making a sample of the work. The student will create a sample of the embellishment which may be adapted to attach to the flap of an evening bag.
Class is a combination of PDF downloads, boards and Interactive real time chat sessions with the instructors.