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Way to Fold

Cutting pleated pattern pieces for Gothic skirt.Pleat-lines with tailoring worked into them.Pleats being processed by hand using a baste stitch.

When the patterns are cut from the fabric, the specific locations of the pleat-lines are transferred by the use of roller and carbon paper, continuously placed underneath the silky material; after which marks are added to distinguish between the sections so that the inside layers of the pleats can be correctly brought together.

Cognitive Lining

Cutting Lining for gothic capeStitching lining for gothic capeHalves of lining for Gothic cape

With the plethora of complex corners well studied though cotton base and final assemblage, the composition of this gorgeous inner-cape is so known that it even allows certain liberties rarely seen throughout my work.

Complex lining for gothic capegold-puprple lining for gothic cape.ironed lining for gothic cape

Pressed Hemline

Turning to use a most modern technique to create a minimal touch hemline that keeps the lightweight satin thin and supple whilst finishing off the fabric’s raw edge without leaving pin, thread or needlepoint marks.

Rushed Job

searching fabric for a custom curtain.fabric, interfacing, hooks, yarn and needles.paper guide used to mark pleat widths

As much as I like to channel my work into properly refined designs, this particular chore required the turning of a whopping 16 meters of deep-purple velvet fabric into a square backdrop to be done overnight, a task at which not grace but efficiency proved to be key to successfully dressing the Coalescaremonium photo-stage.

adding pleats to a velvet draperystitching purple curtain foldshooks that hang a velvet drapery from a wlal or rail.

Cast Logo


For this special project I called upon my favorite jewelry designer at Ornamentum ex Medio who printed out my 3D model for me and turned it into a cast to transform the Opus Relinque logo into a wearable pendant.

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