In Print

Forgive the timeliness of this page. I am in the slow process of uploading all of the work I have done the past few years as an editor at SewStylish, Threads, Adorn, Cutting Edge, and more. Here is a small collection of works by me, including books, magazines, and more to come.

Jumbo Applique – SewStylish (Spring ’11)

One of the easiest and quickest ways to embellish any project is with applique. In the latest issue of SewStylish, you can check out my article on my version of applique using oversized designs for a dramatic effect.

Prada-inspired Faux Fur Necklace – Quick Stuff to Sew (Holiday ’10)

In the latest issue of Quick Stuff to Sew, you can find an article by me in the Snappy Accessories section. For the project, I looked to a necklace by Prada that cost a few grand, however I got the look in less than $15.

Trend Report – SewStylish (Fall ’10)

In each issue of SewStylish, I produce a fabric trend report article as a recurring front-of-book department. Here’s my Fabric Lab from Fall 2010.

Lumberjack Revival – CraftStylish (Volume VI)

The latest issue of CraftStylish is all about restyling what you already have to create something new. For the issue, I wrote an article about repurposing an old men’s flannel shirt into a stylish pin-tucked vest.

Square Bias Top Project in Threads (July ’09)

Looking for a quick project that looks great and is easy to sew? Look no further than the current issue of Threads (#143, July 2009) for my article on a bias top made from fabric squares called “Get Biased”.

How to Sew Invisible Details – Threads (July ’09)

Before you kick off the warmer season with sewing new garments for summer, check out my article in the latest issue of Threads(#143, July 2009) on how to make details like seams, facings, and pockets disappear in summer-weight fabrics like linen.