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Critic judging day

Critic judging day

It has been a tough few weeks – working as hard as ever. I have never had such little sleep! Those ruffles really became my life for a while. The finishing of the garments was very time-consuming – linings, facings, bindings and closures are just some of the things that we have to carefully work […]

April 8, 2014 | By | 1 Reply More
Children’s Wear Senior Class: Critic’s Visit and Pre-Judging – Doomsday?

Children’s Wear Senior Class: Critic’s Visit and Pre-Judging – Doomsday?

No not doomsday, not by far. This is only the tip of the iceberg. So yes, our critic, Bonnie Young, was arriving to make her critique of our finalized garments. The aura was mixed, some anxious, some aloof, some indifferent (like me). Speaking for myself, I only submitted one garment for review, and that was […]

April 22, 2013 | By | Reply More
Photo Update: Intimate Apparel Pre-Judging

Photo Update: Intimate Apparel Pre-Judging

Here’s just a quick photo update of the looks that were chosen to move on to judging in the Great Hall! Everyone did amazing work. Tomorrow is officially D-Day, and we’ll find out by 6pm who made it into the show. Good luck everyone! Our line-up in the Great Hall: And finally here is the […]

April 16, 2013 | By | Reply More
Pre-Judging Aftermath

Pre-Judging Aftermath

I’m currently running on about three hours of sleep from last night. I had to do some finishing touches on my first and second ensembles last night to be ready for pre-judging today. I also had to write a paper for my U.S. History class, which I hadn’t gotten to because I’ve been too busy […]

April 15, 2013 | By | Reply More
Intimate Apparel: 1st Ensemble Critique

Intimate Apparel: 1st Ensemble Critique

My lack of recent posts is due to the insane frenzy that was in C714 this past week as we tried to complete our first ensembles for yesterday. While some other specializations work on both first ensemble and the Cotton Inc. ensemble at the same time, Intimate Apparel finishes the first ensemble and then moves […]

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