Monday, May 27, 2013

Week Four: Signature Looks and the Sew A Long Results from Week Three

Welcome to our fourth and final week of Project Sewn Season 1!
We are starting off the very first season of Project Sewn with a tradition that we plan to carry on through out the up-coming seasons and that is having the final week be a "Signature Style" week.
 
Women who's style we really admire---the women we watch---those who set trends and leave impressions have style---a personal, unique, identifiable style.
 
For example:
Audrey Hepburn

Iris Apfel
 

Twiggy
 
Alright---so I picked 3 of my favorite fashion icons...but you get the idea.  A signature style--unique and identifiable to each and every one of you.  And that is what we want to showcase this week.  Our designers' signature styles as well as yours!  
 
The designers looks will be revealed tomorrow but you can start linking up your looks today in the linky party at the end of this post!
 
Meanwhile we need to announce the winner of last weeks sew along which happens to be:
Kathleen's Feminine Miami Vice look!
 
Congratulations Kathleen!  For being our winner this week you will receive a $35 gift certificate to Michael Levine's online fabric store!

 
Now onto the linky party!  We can't wait to see everyone's signature looks!

6 comments:

  1. What a great final challenge! I have a question about the linky party participation. I would like to participate, but I'm from Germany. Does that instantly rule me out for submitting?
    I couldn't find any rules, so I would suppose it wouldn't matter. But in the highly unlikely event of winning, there'd be a problem, right?

    Can't wait to see what the talented finalists have come up with!
    :)
    Marie

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    1. Marie,

      You are welcome to enter!!!!!

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    2. wooohoo :) can't wait for all the different designs :)

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  2. Thank you so much! Looking forward to seeing what everyone comes up with this week!

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  3. He Liz & lElizabeth! Does this have to be something made since the Sew Along started?

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  4. I stumbled across Project Sewn just a few weeks ago. What a fantastic idea! I have enjoyed catching up on past themes, and was excited to be able to participate in the final sew-along.

    Sue xo

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