Project: The Front Slit Maxi Dress
Details: Versatile and fabulous. It can be made from a woven or knit fabric and can be dressed up or down. This will be one you will make over and over again
Step by Step VIDEO Tutorial.
Great for Beginners and Intermediate Seamstresses.
My Step-by Step VIDEO Tutorials are extremely detailed and I show you every step while we “sew together” I make sure to explain why I am doing something and what the benefit is and I cover all the necessary tools and fabric suggestions in the video and in the tutorial page. The front slit maxi dress is fabulous and fun to make and can be made in both woven and knit fabrics. You will NOT need to purchase a commercial pattern to make this dress, We frat it from start to finish. I cover ALL OF THIS in the video. My goal is to make sure that I keep the process clear and easy for everyone to follow no matter the skill level.
Mimi Goodwin (Mimi G.) is a mother, businesswoman, and award-winning, trend and DIY expert. She is the Editor-in-Chief of the popular fashion, lifestyle, and DIY blog, MimiGStyle.com. What started off as a hobby in her Los Angeles home in 2012, has blossomed into an international brand with a daily engagement of more than 1.9 million followers across all social media platforms and industry professionals.
Mimi’s blog has become the vehicle by which she lives her passion; to empower and motivate women of all ages and walks of life to embrace their power, find their voice and to discover and walk in their purpose. Her tutorials on DIY sewing, craft, home décor, fashion, beauty, travel, self-empowerment and more, receive an average of 12M page views annually and 575k unique visitors per month.
Since 2014, Mimi has partnered with Simplicity Creative Group to create, produce and market pattern designs with the Mimi G Style for Simplicity Pattern Collection. The collection features over 15 patterns for the modern and curvy woman and is accompanied with a video tutorial from Mimi.
In 2016 Mimi launched SewItAcademy.com, an online sewing school, designed to be accessible and affordable for anyone interested in learning to sew. With over 6,000 enrolled students Mimi has created a community of people all learning a valuable skill, many of whom have started small businesses from the skills learned. Mimi is launching a Sew It Academy of men in early 2017. Mimi was featured on Lifetime TV’s Project Runway Junior as a mentor and design consultant for the young designers.
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