RPT on Work Your Art

Few weeks ago Debbie from Work Your Art asked me for short interview.

As always – nice and scary … any thought, ideas, questions … just leave a comment.

Red Point Tailor on Work Your Art

 

Work Your Art is an online resource for creatives with a business. Digital scrapbook designers, painters, illustrators, typeface designers, graphic designers… it doesn’t matter what your craft is, we all have one thing in common: we need to get our work seen. Hey, if possible – make it in a simple and effective way too. Work Your Art delivers great tips and tricks in easily digestible chunks of information. You can access the guides whenever it suits you and there are no technical skills needed to follow along. I understand you would rather spend all of your time on creating, as finding the time for this is hard enough already, and I understand that you only have so many hours in your day – so I keep it focused and to the point.

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The National Sewing Month – What Sewing Means to YOU

Maris from Sew Maris is celebrating September the National Sewing Month – by sharing some wonderful stories of her favorite blogging friends.

The idea is that they will share a bit about why sewing is important in their lives.

Celebrate National Sewing Month by Sew Maris

I was honoured to be featured on her blog at the first week of September.
It seemed at first an easy question however it took me some time to put few words on a paper (screen). It is for me – as for most of us who sew – just so obvious.

You may already meet other bloggers and there are still few stories to come.

Check Maris blog for more stories and please join the conversation and leave a comment about your own sewing journey.

Enjoy reading!

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De Cirkel van Kleding – Opening

In the end the day has come! Me and my DH went to the Kröller Müller Museum (National Park De Hoge Veluwe in Otterlo NL) for opening of the De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle).

As we still has some time we could not resist and we first visited rooms were masterpieces of Van Gogh and other artists are exhibited.

Master Pieces Kroller Muller Museum The Netherlands

Then we walk through de beeldentuin (the sculpture garden) of the Kröller Müller Museum to the place where De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle) was build up.

De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle) conceptual artwork van Pet van de Luijtgaarden

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De Cirkel van Kleding – my input

De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle), a conceptual artwork van Pet van de Luijtgaarden – will soon be seen at de beeldentuin (the sculpture garden) of the Kröller Müller Museum, located in National Park De Hoge Veluwe in Otterlo (NL).

The pieces for my part of the project De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle) were 3 shorts, a top and a skirt.

Pet van de Luijtgaarden - De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle) - RPT project

From the shorts I have made this dress. I have added fabric from my stash for a skirt part.

the project De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle) dress made by Red Point Tailor couture atelier

I have added fabric from my stash for a skirt part.

the project De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle) dress made by Red Point Tailor couture atelierthe project De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle) dress made by Red Point Tailor couture atelier

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Red Point Tailor garment featured in Threads Magazine

What a nice feeling seeing my couture dress in the August/September issue of Threads Magazine. I am in a very good company.

THREADS MAGAZINE ISSUE 174 AUG_SEP 14 Readers Closet, RPT Couture, couture dress, made by Red Point Tailor

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De Cirkel van Kleding

De Cirkel van Kleding (Dress Circle), a conceptual artwork van Pet van de Luijtgaarden – will soon be seen at de beeldentuin (the sculpture garden) of the Kröller Müller Museum, located in National Park De Hoge Veluwe in Otterlo (NL).

(Picture taken from the project website)

“British research shows that a woman holds 2,400 garments throughout her life. The circle, which takes the form of a clothesline, symbolizes the process of life from birth to death. 120 designers, artists and individuals get started with 2,400 white, pink and red garments up-cycling. Used clothing and all kinds of objects collected by the artist will become a large installation .
The Kröller-Müller Museum is attracted by the “ideology” of the project, which is a playful and accessible way the contemporary phenomenon of overconsumption raises.”

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Virtual Meet at Marguerite Designs

Virtual meet - Hi to Beata!Diane from Marguerite Designs was having the Virtual Meet. This was my first guest post and interview.

 

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