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This is the second part of a serie relating the story behind my going back to school and creating a fashion collection in just a few months.

A big part of the project was designing and actually creating the clothes for the collection. When that was done, it was a great relief but certainly not the end of the project.

If you’ve missed the first part of the serie about the design process, you can read it here.

About last year…

By Coralie, in Creative life News Sewing0 comments

Hey, it’s been a long time!

You may have noticed that it has been quite a while since something new appeared around here. In fact, I have been silent for pretty much all of 2016, crazy!
However, after this hiatus, my new year resolution for 2017 is to come back to blogging and sharing my projects!

But before we start with new directions and what’s ahead, let’s focus first on what happened last year.

New year, new goals!

By Coralie, in Creative life News2 Comments

Happy New Year everyone! (insert virtual confettis! 🙂 )

Hard to believe that we are already in 2016! Wishing you a truly magical year, filled with lots of happiness, love, health, creativity and new projects. And may you be blessed by the sewing goddess…

Now, let’s talk about resolutions! With every new year, comes the desire for new goals and fresh starts. However, resolution is not a word I normally cherish. Don’t get me wrong, I do like to improve things and try my best to become a better version of myself. But setting clear goals is not for me this year. Instead, I prefer thinking of guidelines and have a little wriggle room for improvisation.

In any case, what better way to help keeping track of new goals, than to write them down here for all of you to be witness, and hopefully, helping me achieving them?!

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After scrolling down the blogroll, I’ve read several inspiring posts about 2016, sewing goals and life changing decisions. Well, in my case, there’s no drastic decisions (they were made last year… 😉 ). But only a simple list of things and state of mind I’m hoping to achieve this year.

‘Tis the season…

By Coralie, in Creative life News0 comments

Wishing all of you a Merry Christmas and a very crafty new year! 🙂

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And a very happy New Year to all of you! 🙂

Thank you so much for visiting this little corner of the Internet and making my day with your lovely comments and words of support! I’m so grateful to be part of such an inspiring and kind community.

May your holidays be filled with love and laughter and family time. And wishing you lots of fabric, yarn, crafty goodies under the tree and that you’ll get to enjoy some time creating this Christmas!

See you next year for new exciting projects!

Intrigued by my recent creative endeavour? I’m telling you all about the first few weeks of fashion school right now!

Wow, it’s been awhile since I’ve wrote or done something for this blog… Don’t get me wrong, this space has never felt more inspiring or tempting, but I recently started a “small” side project that completely took over my life: I’ve started fashion school! 🙂

It has only been a few weeks since this programme started but I’ve already learned so much. It’s so exciting to get up in the morning knowing you’ll have fun all day long trying to come up with interesting ideas. The programme I’m following is specifically geared toward finding new innovative concepts and creating appealing new fashion. This means that we have time scheduled to experiment and try out new things in order to broaden our horizons.

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I’m going back to school!

By Coralie, in News2 Comments

This is the beginning of a whole new adventure in fashion design…

Yes, at the end of the month, I’ll be joining students from all around the world and going back to school to learn fashion design. I’m very excited by this right now even though it can seem like going backwards! But to grasp the whole situation, let me tell you the story from the beginning.

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A few years back, this little corner of the Internet world came to be. At the time, I wasn’t happy with my job and felt I needed a creative outlet. I was doing a lot of knitting and some sewing at the time and wanted to share it with the creative online community. Being a avid online learner and basically learning every techniques from books or online videos, I’ve always been so grateful for the help and knowledge available out there. It became obvious I needed to pay it back and share what techniques and tips I’d acquired along the years. And so, Stitch-N-Smile was created.