A client had a mastectomy but wanted to wear standard lingerie. She brought me the pieces she liked and I created pockets for her prosthetic inserts. One of the simplest and most rewarding alterations I have done!
As Public Relations and Newsletter person for the Abbotsford Fish and Game Club, they really needed a revamp of their old promotional materials. Website was outsourced, as managing my own website is enough work for me digitally, but I had
Another challenging but rewarding alteration! A soon-to-be bride’s beaded dress had a scalloped hem – needed a hem and a bustle job. Looks stunning!
Yes – I do those too. This set was for a children’s jazz group. The boy had a jumpsuit specifically made to look like a suit, without all the hassle of one. This was a fun project!
A VW Vanagon Syncro needed a remodel of the interior. It had been sitting in the rain and the interior was rotten and/or made of salvaged pieces from another unit. The owner wanted microfiber seats, a hardwood floor, and the
Who doesn’t love a good costume?! Photos by Fred Fraser
I had a great group of bridesmaids in who were needing some special accommodations. One was nursing, another one was increasing. What a great way to put some math into the equation! Everyone looked gorgeous.
My own wedding – the union itself didn’t turn out so well, but I made some great stationary and dresses. Bonus!
A client wanted to market an idea he had about a hockey stick carrying strap. We worked on a prototype and did a short run (500 pieces) that he marketed through The Bay.
A fun foray into fetishwear and wholesaling. Photos by Fred Fraser