Julie is a writer and garment sewing enthusiast known for recreating designer garments from the 1930s through the 70s. On her blog, JetSetSewing.com, she shares the pleasures and pitfalls of working with vintage patterns, reconstructing Chanel-style jackets, and creating copies of garments by designers such as Charles James, Elsa Schiaparelli, Madame Vionnet and Claire McCardell. An avid traveler, Julie gives her readers a sneak peek at fabric stores and fashion exhibits around the world. She lives with her husband and son in Boston’s Back Bay and Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.You can find Julie on Instagram and Facebook and Twitter.
Latest Posts from Julie Eilber (20)
- Sewing Pockets Using French Seams
- Designing Custom T-Shirts with Sprout Patterns
- Sewing on the Road: Taking Your BERNINA on Vacation!
- New Summer Patterns
- Clever Ways to Use the Bulky Overlock Foot
- Chic Yoga Wrap Tutorial
- Holiday Pattern Trends
- Fall Trends:Sewing Patterns for Jackets, Vests and Coats
- Tips for Sewing Fake Fur from Kenneth King: The Elvis of Haute Couture!
- Retro Beach Wrap
- Gathering Fabric Using Dental Floss
- How To Use Piping as an Edging
- Festive Wrap Scarf Tutorial
- Five Tips for Bloggers That I Learned from TV
- Tip for sewing stable hems on stretchy knits
- How to create a Cuff Bracelet
- Haute Couture Master Teacher Susan Khalje Spills The Secrets of the “Classic French Jacket”
- Susan Khalje on the Beauty of Haute Couture and the Secrets of Fitting
- DIY Claire McCardell-Inspired Wrap/Scarf
- DIY 1950s “Hepburn” Buttonhole Scarf