Faith Gobidas' Profile

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Hello Folks! Faith McFluff here, thanks so much for stopping by my little shop!

I am absolutely thrilled to have my own ETSY store; I love the possibility of spreading my creations across the world. It tickles me pink to send a small piece of myself across the globe (and secretly day dream of following in it's footsteps!)

I began designing clothing as a curious toddler growing up in her parent's drapery studio. I would make "dresses" with a stapler and small scraps of cloth found on cutting room floor. When I was 4 years old a neighbor gave me my first sewing machine and I have not stopped sewing since!

Although I grew up sewing with fine silks and velvets, I enjoy working with recycled materials the most. The world has a lot of clothing in landfills, so why not take something old,…

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  • Born on March 22
  • Joined October 20, 2010

About

Hello Folks! Faith McFluff here, thanks so much for stopping by my little shop!

I am absolutely thrilled to have my own ETSY store; I love the possibility of spreading my creations across the world. It tickles me pink to send a small piece of myself across the globe (and secretly day dream of following in it's footsteps!)

I began designing clothing as a curious toddler growing up in her parent's drapery studio. I would make "dresses" with a stapler and small scraps of cloth found on cutting room floor. When I was 4 years old a neighbor gave me my first sewing machine and I have not stopped sewing since!

Although I grew up sewing with fine silks and velvets, I enjoy working with recycled materials the most. The world has a lot of clothing in landfills, so why not take something old, and turn it into something new? Your mom's hideous sweater with the padded shoulders could become a wonderful scarf. An old yoga mat or discarded bicycle tube can easily become a waterproof lining.

I have had the pleasure to work on some fun projects outside of Rock Star Rehab as well. I was the costume designer and head of hair, make-up and wardrobe to the Sundance film "The Taqwacores". I have also had the pleasure of outfitting such bands as The Parliament Funkadelic, The Kominas and Irish pop sensation Seneca.

Currently I work on one-of-a-kind pieces in my Cleveland studio and go to festivals. When I am not in front of my sewing machine, I am usually found riding my bike to the thrift store (buying new materials of course!) or buying veggies for one of my vegan dinner experiments. Feel free to check out my food blog at MyCulinaryConfessions.wordpress.com.

Also check out my portfolio at RockStarRehabGear.com

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