If you are planning to wear a pleated bridal dress, why not carry through your theme with your ring bearer’s pillow and have that pleated as well.
The original pleated scarf from the movie, “Confessions of a Shopaholic,” was not made by us, but we were successfully able to recreate one that looks just as good as the original… if not better :-). I didn’t know anything about the movie until a friend of mine mentioned it, asking if the scarf was […]
We now have a new style for brides-to-be. It’s a sunburst pleated veil that can be made out of tulle or net. These beautiful veils can be made to any length, as shown in the pictures below. You also have the option to order just the pleated fabric from us and send it to […]
Below are some pics of a custom pleating job we did for an event company. They couldn’t find a silver silk napkin to match the color scheme they wanted for their event, so they decided to have some custom made. Thanks to Google, they found us and we were obviously the right people for the task!
Firstly, I would like to wish everybody on the planet a Happy & Healthy New Year 🙂 Here are some before and after pics of our pleating restoration project on some Hermes scarves. They were the victim of some unfortunate accident, but we were determined to restore these scarves back to their original beauty. What do you think?
Many people truly appreciate fine bedding. Here are some samples that were requested for a custom pleated bedskirt. The client was contemplating using linen but was also open to suggestions for other fabrics. We decided to try something a little different.
I must say that this is the coolest thing! Obviously printed fabric looks different when pleated. Usually the end result is beautiful, but not always. However, when pleating lines and geometric shapes, the results can sometimes be stunning. See for yourself!
There are many techniques that we use for fabric manipulation. We apply these to textiles and even finished garments. We applied some of our texturizing and crushing techniques to leather and got some interesting results. The crushed leathers seen below were fused to a backing for additional stability. Let us know what you think about this […]