Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Book Signing Party Dec. 5th, 2008 5PM - Mark your Calendars!

Very exciting news just in!

We just set the date for our book signing party.

My book "Bag Bazaar - 25 Stylish Bags to Sew in an Afternoon" comes out on or around November 19th, 2008 and to celebrate, we are OF COURSE going to have a book signing party.

Mark you calendars for Friday December 5th starting at 5pm.

More details to follow, but I just wanted to make sure no one double books! (Ha! Get it? double "books"...)

Anyway - Good times are sure to be had by all! What better way to jump start your holiday shopping, than with a gross of my new book for all your nearest and dearest, this holiday gift giving season!

Tuesday, October 28, 2008

You're invited to attend:

Next 5-Week Boot Camp Starts Nov. 4th

And there are only 2 spots left!

Secure your spot now ONLINE & get Megan's upcoming

book "Bag Bazaar" 25 Stylish Bags to Sew in an Afternoon

absolutely free ($19.95 value!)

Click the boot camp logo above to find out more and see all the
great projects the last session made.

This $349 class is perfect for complete beginners, or even stitchers that have a
little experience.

Each session only has 8 students.

Here are some comments from past Fashion Lab Boot Campers:

"Great value for the money."

"I was impressed with how much progress we made in the five weeks."

"I liked that it was flexible. I think the relaxed atmosphere allowed people to
work at their own pace."

"Learned A LOT more than I expected. Used to think zippers would be hard - but wasn't
bad at all!"

"I never thought I'd actually be able to wear something I made!"

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Fashion Lab Boot Camp Fall 2008 - Student Project Portfolios

We just finished up our very first Fashion Lab Boot Camp and all seven students went from being complete sewing newbies to fairly proficient on the sewing machines. In the five week class that met twice a week, each student completed headbands, clutches, two zippered cosmetic bags, a cute camp, lounge pants and a tweed cropped jacket. Here are the students in the class and their finished projects. Click the photos to scroll the different projects each student made.