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== Reclaim your Wardrobe! ... DIY Style Resources ==
 
== Reclaim your Wardrobe! ... DIY Style Resources ==
  
  
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?crafty+divas+diy '''''Crafty Diva's DIY Style Book'''''], by Kathy Cano-Murillo. This book helps you embrace the full DIY attitude - lots of ideas.
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*[http://166.61.234.92/search/X?crafty+diva's '''''Crafty Diva's DIY Style Book'''''], by Kathy Cano-Murillo. This book helps you embrace the full DIY attitude - lots of ideas.
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?cosmogirl+make+it+yourself '''''Cosmo Girl Make it Yourself: 50 Fun and Funky Projects''''']- great
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*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?cosmogirl+make+it+yourself '''''Cosmo Girl Make it Yourself: 50 Fun and Funky Projects''''']- great techniques for making clothes, accessories, and things to make you beautiful!
techniques for making clothes, accessories, and things to make you beautiful!
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*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?subversive+seamster '''''Subversive Seamster'''''], by Melissa Alvarado – this book is for when you're ready to take your sewing skills to the next level.
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?csubversive+seamster '''''Subversive Seamster'''''], by Melissa Alvarado – this book is for when you're ready to take your sewing skills to the next level.
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*[http://166.61.234.92/search/X?yestermorrow '''''The Yestermorrow Clothes Book'''''], by Diana Funaro – okay, I _know_ this one looks dated – but look beyond the decade and see that it has very good descriptions of the techniques used to re-form and re-fit clothes from one style to another.  Use these techniques to take your thrift-store finds and update them in your own fresh style.
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/X?yestermorrow '''''The Yestermorrow Clothes Book'''''], by Diana Funaro – okay, I _know_ this one looks dated – but look beyond the decade and see that it has very good
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descriptions of the techniques used to re-form and
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re-fit clothes from one style to another.  Use these techniques to take your thrift-store finds and update them in your own fresh style.
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== Glam It Up! ... YA fiction about fashion ==
 
== Glam It Up! ... YA fiction about fashion ==
  
 
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?ripped+at+the+seams '''''Ripped at the Seams'''''], by Nancy Krulik – Can Sami Granger make it as a fashion designer in NYC? How about after her hottie boss steals her designs?
 
*[http://166.61.234.92/search/t?ripped+at+the+seams '''''Ripped at the Seams'''''], by Nancy Krulik – Can Sami Granger make it as a fashion designer in NYC? How about after her hottie boss steals her designs?

Revision as of 21:25, 9 February 2009

Reclaim your Wardrobe! ... DIY Style Resources

  • Crafty Diva's DIY Style Book, by Kathy Cano-Murillo. This book helps you embrace the full DIY attitude - lots of ideas.
  • Cosmo Girl Make it Yourself: 50 Fun and Funky Projects- great techniques for making clothes, accessories, and things to make you beautiful!
  • Subversive Seamster, by Melissa Alvarado – this book is for when you're ready to take your sewing skills to the next level.
  • The Yestermorrow Clothes Book, by Diana Funaro – okay, I _know_ this one looks dated – but look beyond the decade and see that it has very good descriptions of the techniques used to re-form and re-fit clothes from one style to another. Use these techniques to take your thrift-store finds and update them in your own fresh style.

Glam It Up! ... YA fiction about fashion

  • Ripped at the Seams, by Nancy Krulik – Can Sami Granger make it as a fashion designer in NYC? How about after her hottie boss steals her designs?