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August 9, 2020

My List of Businesses and Creators lead by people of color and women.

January 26, 2019

I was so happy to be included in Shades of Oklahoma Magazine by the fashion editor, Kay Wallace.

Here's her article: 

Designs of Mystery

BET’s Rip the Runway inspired us to take notice of Black designers. From clothing and costumes to accessories and jewelry, Blacks (or African Americans) have always been in the design game.

Need we forget Elizabeth Hobbs Keckley, personal seamstress and dressmaker to Fir...

October 23, 2018

Now you know I have to get involved somewhere.  So now I'm volunteering as the publicity chair for the Plano Chapter of the American Sewing Guild.  They have not had a publicity chair for two years.  I'm already enjoying getting to know people and here's a little of the publicity I've put together that was posted on Instagram.  I've developed a chapter publicity plan, social media campaigns, and there...

November 27, 2017

A Sewing Project Recap of Simplicity Pattern 1318: Misses Kimono Jackets

November 15, 2017

The Story: This top looked like something I could make with some leeway around the fit. Since it wraps and ties, then I can adjust the size easily. I also really like wrap around tops, so I wanted to give this one a try. I also discovered a fashion designer based in Ghana who designed magnificent garments featured in the Vlisco Anniversary Fashion show – Stylista. Her designs are exquisite and beautif...

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