How to Dress as a Gypsy Dressmaker with Graphic Novel in Love2Sew
You may have heard of the Gypsy dressmakers who make beautiful gowns out of colorful, vibrant fabrics, and it is only right that they receive their own graphic novel.
You can download the Gypsies Wedding Dressmaker (2016) to explore the story behind their creations.
The book tells the story of one Gypsy woman who finds love in her work, and is able to use her artistic talent to bring beauty to life.
The book is available now from the Goodreads website, and will be available for purchase from the Kindle store soon.
The title refers to the Gypies dressmaking style.
According to the author, “The Gypsys dressmaking is a form of dressmaking which is rooted in traditional Gypsy art.
This tradition of dress making, which began in the early 1600s, has a deep resonance in our lives today.
The dressmaking techniques used by the GyPSys were a fundamental component of the weaving of cloth into cloth, the construction of garments and accessories, the making of clothing, and of the craft of music, and also of all aspects of the production of clothing.”
Read more about dressmaking at the Goodread site.
I have been working with a new graphic novel in love2swe that I’m excited to share with you.
This one is called The Gypsy Wedding Dressmakers (2016).
It is written by Jessica Linder, a designer who has worked with many different creators of graphic novels, including John Scalzi, Mark Evanier, and many more.
I highly recommend the graphic novel because it is an excellent and engaging read.
The graphic novel tells the tale of a woman who is determined to find love in all things, and to do so, she must adapt her work to fit her life.
Here is a video interview with Jessica Lister:You can also check out a short excerpt of the book at the goodreads site.
You may have noticed that the title of this graphic novel is ‘love2swe’.
This is because Jessica Lerman is a fan of The Gypsy Wedding Dressmaking and loves to create.
I am very excited to be able to share this graphic novels story with you, and I am excited to bring this book to life through the creation of a Gypsied Wedding DressMaker (2016)!