Detail And Craft

Discussion in 'Designers and Collections' started by Scott, Dec 30, 2003.

  1. Scott

    Scott Stitch:the Hand

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    I loved that too! It kind of reminds me of a wood nypmh style.

    My fave too and not because I started it either ;) Actually,I've been so inspired by it all lately,I thought I would share my passion.
     
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    this inspires me to start working on my clothes more, may be I willa ctually finish some thing, Iam working on all these shirts with emboidery and such. :heart:
     
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    Undercover :heart: :heart: :heart:
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    :heart: :heart: Bruno Pieters

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  5. Scott

    Scott Stitch:the Hand

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    OMG! That Undercover waistcoat-I am so doing that long stitch thread this very moment to a coat of mine! I have never seen that picture either. :woot:

    And thank you for posting the Bruno pics. I was about to get a few myself but you beat me to it ;) :flower:
     
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    i really like and appreciate the work done the fashion line Project of Alabama. The clothing is my by numerous recycled tee shirts and hand stitched by older women in Alabama.

    Here are some pics
     
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    :woot: [​IMG] love this one here scott :heart:
    and also some of the project alabama pieces posted by the sweetest* :heart: :heart:

    great & inspired thread indeed :flower:
     
  12. Scott

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    Is that an old needle technique with the knit bustier? Looks similar to the same technique Jurgi did with this sweater
     
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    Scott Stitch:the Hand

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    I like Project Alabama but I don't like the 1000 dollar price tag attached just for a few t'shirts. They're based not too far from where I live,actually.
     
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    I liek Project alabama alot, btu so much $$$
     
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    As do I
     
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    Oh I LOVE that last one. It looks like something I'd design :)
     
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    I agree. However, it is a lot of work and I think it's fair. Doing things by hand isn't easy!
     
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    Yes but what you must realize is that there isn't much of an emphasis on a garment's construction,like seamwork,tailoring and dressmaking-that's even more difficult to do combined with handwork. And people like Jurgi Persoons,who do both,never have that big a price on their pieces unless its a coat or something. Basically,its very one-off homespun t's PA are doing(maybe some other pieces)....I can see paying $400 or less for something like that but not in the thousands.
     

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