There really isn’t a part one other than this one. In keeping with yesterday’s theme, Timo is blogging about fashion, sustainability and fashion design protection on Parson’s site. He hangs with an interesting crowd. Consider reading his latest entry where he discusses a recent conference he attended, there’s scads of cool links to follow.…
Kindred have developed a slow fashion survey and request your participation. They say it will take 15-30 minutes to complete. I haven’t done it yet, merely scrolled through the screens. I think it will take me much longer to complete. Again, it seems that slow fashion adherents are missing the significance of product vs process facets of “fast” and “slow”.…
Alternative title: Pattern puzzle: the pinning and praying edition, but not praying because you’re pinning but pinning because you’re praying. Oh bother, that makes no sense either, it’s just not this.
Sandra posted about Bonkuk Koo in the forum; his work is formidable.…
Above you can see the photo Kay sent me of damaged knits Stuart described in comments from part one (also see part two). Stuart said:
Cheaper quality polyester or polyamide micro fibers also expand when warmed and don’t return to their original length on cooling.
I meant to have this up much sooner, apologies. I’ve been out of sorts with house guests this weekend. Will write more later. Until soon, here’s this week’s archives entry. Hope your weekend is great.
March 19, through March 25, 2005
Vintage pattern design update
4 day meal plan
March 19, through March 25, 2006
Fitting System™ of the week
Sustainable fabric suppliers
Drafting and anthropometry
Spring and swallows
Now this is hand sewing
The 13th most important tool
Japanese pattern magazines
March 19, through March 25, 2007
How ebay can kill you
How ebay can kill you pt.2…