Michelle Teague

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2017 Unconventional Material Challenge

Triad Goodwill's 2017 Rock the Runway Unconventional Material Challenge is presented by the Greensboro News & Record. At least 75% of the visible material on the garment should be made of newsprint, provided by the News & Record. The goal is to create a look from paper - that doesn't look like paper. Vote for your favorite design! The News & Record will then choose a winner from the three looks with the most votes! The winner will be announced during our Rock the Runway Fashion Fundraiser on February 24, 2017. Tickets are still available. Photos courtesy: Torey Searcy Photography [...]

By | January 16th, 2017|

Michelle Teague: DIY – Easy Ribbon Skirt

Easy Ribbon Dress Easy ribbon skirt using an old robe from Triad Goodwill, tulle, and ribbon Reasons for using this method instead of the overly popularized tie tulle skirt: This method is faster It does not tangle Instructions:  Measure how long you would like your dress to be. I did this by holding the robe up to my toddler. Cut the bottom of the robe and sew any openings shut. Use a wide stitch or hand stitch around both the tulle and robe. By pulling the thread, both the robe and tulle will scrunch, making the tulle appear puffy. After picking [...]

By | August 18th, 2016|

Michelle Teague: About Myself

  Designs by Michelle Teague I have a background in art. I also come from a few generations of artists and generally crafty people. This reflects greatly in my work. Each garment or collection should evoke a feeling much like art. I am often inspired by fairytales, mythology, and my childhood spent playing in the forest behind my home. My favorite materials to work with are sheers, silk, tulle, and lace. Movement in the material I use greatly affect the “mood” of the gown. I love to layer as much as possible and use everything I have sitting [...]

By | July 29th, 2016|