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Sandy Blog Posts

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 2018

BLOG POST: “Sandy” blouse by Sharan in grey and light burgundy

Upcycling = Adding value to existing goods (like fashion) through the use of labor, materials and creativity. (c) Paganoonoo

Sharan in her newly upcycled Paganoonoo “Sandy” Blouse.  This design is made with three dress shirts, disassembled and reassembled into a new design following Paganoonoo instructions. read more…

 
SUNDAY, JANUARY 24, 2016

BLOG POST: Jude Modeling a Modified Paganoonoo Sandy Blouse

Check out my Mom Jude (inspiration for the Judy flower) wearing a modified version of the Paganoonoo Sandy Pattern. Doesn’t she look fantastic!  I like this version so much I’m thinking about altering the front of the pattern to this style. read more…

SATURDAY, JULY 25, 2015

BLOG POST: New Pattern,The Sandy Blouse

JUST RELEASED:
  The Sandy Blouse is created (upcycled) from three dress shirts.
Set yourself up for success with this Paganoonoo upcycling pattern!
 
Save yourself time and aggravation; 
we’ve worked out all the kinks for you. 
Each step of deconstruction and reconstruction
is clearly defined and illustrated.  read more…
WEDNESDAY, JULY 19, 2017

BLOG POST: It’s Sew Easy Paganoonoo line up, Series 1300, 2017

Michelle was invited to appear on It’s Sew Easy and she answered with a resounding yes!  She flew to Solon, Ohio in January and filmed 5 different segments on upcycling (her favorite topic!), 4 of which appear in series 1300 and one that will air in series 1400.  read more…


Episode 1312 covers how to add reverse applique to your upcycle for a design boost.

Angela Wolfefellow presenter, models a Paganoonoo Sandy Blouse.

read more…

TUESDAY, JUNE 14, 2016

BLOG POST: Collaboration with OnceUponAStitch – Machine Embroidery and Sandy Blouse Pattern

I met Stephani Knutson, the creative genius behind OnceUponAStitch.net at the Sewing and Stitchery Expo this year. She stopped by the Paganoonoo booth wearing the most remarkable embroidered birds I have ever seen.  read more…
 
SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2016

BLOG POST: Paganoonoo Sandy Pattern in Watermelon Red and Apple Green

George has been in the studio, photographing garments again, Yeah George!!

Here is the Paganoonoo Sandy Blouse in watermelon red and apple green. The apple green part is from a woman’s skirt that had a bit of beading.  The green on the back below the circle and the red are from men’s dress shirts. I love this color combination, it’s delicious. read more…