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Trend Report: Fall 2016 Office Fashion and Styles

Trend Report: Fall 2016 Office Fashion and Styles

Fall is my favorite season, and one of the biggest reasons is my love for the fashion transition that comes with it. Being away from fall and winter styles for so long can really make you miss them, which is why I always …

Trend Report: Back-to-School Styles

Trend Report: Back-to-School Styles

Classes are back in session soon, and what better way to combat the early mornings and long days of studying than to look good doing it? One of the best pick-me-ups during school (especially if I was running late!) was knowing I looked great. It’s true when …

Mood DIY: Eco-Friendly Tote Bag

Happy Earth Day, Sewciety! To celebrate today, I decided to make a honeycomb tote bag with some of Mood’s eco-friendly fabrics!

My design called for 1/2 yard of Cloud Organic Cotton Twill, 3/4 yard of Beeswax Medium-Weight Linen, and 2 yards of 2″ black webbing. The …

Mood Style: Embracing Radiant Orchid

Along with the trend of boxy jackets and coats, this is the year of radiant orchid, the Pantone color for 2014.  When this was released, I thought, hmmm, I don’t know about this pink/purpleish color…until I came across this mulberry-colored double cloth cotton twill from Because I was …

Halloween Contest Entry #34

Mariam E. used cotton twill, muslin, spandex, rabbit fur and leather strips. 30 or so hand dipped turkey feather, 40-ish duck feathers, bone, wooden and stone beads for her Native American Costume

For more information on how to enter the Mood Fabrics 2011 Halloween Costume Contest and complete …

Halloween Contest Entry #28

To make this costume Jasmine P. used 2.5 yards of Scarlet colored poly-satin, about 4 yards of plastic boning, 3 yards of cotton twill for foundation, 5 yards of red lace 3/4″, white rabbit fur and hard work!

For more information on how to enter the Mood …