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The March 2014 Challenge is here. This month's inspiration is to design, sew and restyle jeans .
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Fortunately, learning to combine interesting shirts and ties is not as taxing as it sounds.
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Ethel Steadman was renowned as a psychic and fortune teller in Dubbo in the 1950's, 60's and into the 70's.
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Spring brings some important exhibitions in the visual arts; most of them will still be around for the heat of the summer.
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Hyderabad, March 10: Award winning textile and fashion designer Gaurang Shah will unveil his "Chandbali" collection of classical Indian weaves fashion innovation at Lakme Fashion Week, beginning in Mumbai Wednesday.
This Sunday, 6th semester UConn student Julianne Norton showed her independent art exhibit at the Benton Beanery.
WHEN a husband starts divorce proceedings, it takes a special kind of person to sit and carefully embroider several fine shirts for his next season's wardrobe rather than set about the crotches of his suits with a pair of pinking shears.
Ehrmantraut goes by Elaine. She is a matter-of-fact kind of woman seeing things either black or white.
Handmade lace requires dozens of bobbins and pins. The work is done on thick paper atop a firm pillow.
BEIRUT: Ethnic beach bohemian. That is how Amal Azhari describes her collections of designer abaya, sheer silk robes that bridge the perceived gap between conservative and contemporary fashion.
Two exhibitions opening Friday at the Mississippi Museum of Art reflect on key moments in American history with particular resonance for Mississippians.
These sewing furniture pieces flaunt inpiration from a range of intricate needlecrafts like sewing, embroidery and cross stitching, turning ordinarily decorative embellishments into functional design elements.
As a child, Carol Dixon was never far from a needle and a thread, nor the wherewithal to make them useful.
Vacheron Constantin, the world's oldest manufacturer of fine watches, unveiled its stunning Metiers d'Arts Fabuleux Ornements line, consisting of four new ladies' models, at Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, an annual watch fair held earlier this year in Geneva.