Some may consider wearable art sculptural compositions of fiber and non-fiber materials that tell a distinct story like a still-life painting. My point is there are many different perspectives and opinions about what is considered wearable art both from the artist's view as well as the observer's.
What's yours? Have you ever thought of bringing your art into your closet? What would it look like and how would you wear it? Would you repurpose an old shirt or create a garment using a commercial pattern?
A few of the patterns that I will be working with include Butterick, Burda, Vogue, McCalls and Hot Patterns. I have found a few I also like on https://indiesew.com/.
I want to create loose and comfortable clothing that I can enjoy wearing and that make me happy when I look at them. I am loving all of the layering I see from mini shrugs, that barely cover more than your arms, to romantic ruffles and modern design lines. I want to wear clothing that reflects my personal style and incorporates my art. Check out the video for more!
SECRET PROJECT NEAR COMPLETIONBecause I am forever thinking about design, I've got one more secret design project that I am working hard on. I can't really move forward until I get this idea out into the spotlight so I'm working diligently to finalize this NEXT BIG THING! Want to come along for the ride? Hang in there, I'll be sharing more very soon!
Keep on creating!