DESIGN YOUR OWN WARDROBE
In this course, a respected sewing instructor demonstrates demonstrates her savvy approach to creating a wardrobe with an emphasis on personal style and wearing options.
Mary Ray demonstrates how to plan a self-sewn wardrobe around fit, color, fabric, and function. She shares how favorite patterns can be the basis for sewing key pieces that work together. You’ll never again say, "I have nothing to wear," because after completing this course you'll possess the tools to sew an amazing wardrobe that suits your lifestyle.
Course launches August 1st and will be on-demand!
Meet the Instructor
Mary Ray is a former Threads magazine contributing editor, nationally recognized fashion instructor, and award-winning designer. Now retired from an instructor position at Appalachian State University, Mary lives in North Carolina. Throughout her career, she developed a deep interest in sustainability and feels that taking the time to design and create a personal wardrobe is a sustainable act. “When you get it right, and you love your clothes, you will happily wear them, repair them, and maybe at some point restyle them,” Mary says.