Make It Mine – Link Up Party

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We hope this helps motivate you if you’ve been meaning to sew the Women’s or Girls’ Waterfall Raglan. We think it’s a win-win: a new top or dress and a chance to win a great prize.

If you are looking for inspiration, check out this fabric post HERE or the tester round up post HERE. You can sew your Waterfall in any fabric you have available, but if you are looking for a recommendation, my favorite from Stylish Fabric is the Sand Washed Modal. Sara of The Sara Project made a really beautiful version with this blush thermal knit. I loved it so much I ordered some today.

 

To enter, simply:
– Sew a Waterfall Raglan, Women’s or Girls, in any fabric.
– Post a photo on Instagram, Facebook or on your Blog.
– Make sure to use the hashtag #makeitminelinkup in your post and tag @chalkandnotch & @stylishfabrics so we can see it. We will be looking for posts to feature.
– Link Up on THIS POST to enter to WIN!

A HUGE  thank you to Stylish Fabric for such an awesome prize. We hope you join the fun and share your Waterfall – we’d love to see it!

Contest details: Contest ends on Sunday, February 12th at 8pm (PST). One winner will be chosen at random and will be contacted within 48hrs.

Also keep your eyes open for….The Make it Mine Waterfall Tour – February 8 through February 11, featuring a theme for each day: Day Looks | Night Looks | Hacks. We have about 20 bloggers joining and I’m really excited to see the outfits they put together. There will be a fun prize to win during this tour, too!

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Alexandra Ramos
My name is Alexandra Ramos but most people call me Alex for short. I just finished High School not too long ago and I work in the fashion industry of Downtown Los Angeles. You're probably wondering "She's so young." or "What would she know about fashion or writing blogs?" Well, that's what this blog is about. I learned a lot from my senior year Photojournalism class, learning how to take photos properly, using photoshop, how to get peoples attention with your articles, and I can go on and on about how the class was really good for me in helping me get this job, but this would literally turn into a book if I continued. But, my goal for this blog is to help designers like you find materials for projects and hopefully inspire any future designers out there. At the same time I can learn more about the fashion industry as I write these blogs. I plan to study Journalism in college and fashion design to make this blog more better and creative as time goes on. Hope you enjoy this blog as much as I do.

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