OutrageousRags

Creative clothes for the plus size lady!

Texas, United States · 2241 Sales

OutrageousRags

Creative clothes for the plus size lady!

Texas, United States 2241 Sales On Etsy since 2008

5 out of 5 stars
(867)
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Judy

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Plus Size Extra Long Tie Dye Tunic
US$35.00
Extra Long Tie Dye Tunic/Caftan
US$35.00
Plus Size Premium Rayon Tunic
US$40.00
Plus Size Premium Rayon Tunic
US$40.00
Plus Size Premium Black Tunic
US$45.00
Plus Size Lightweight Rayon Tunic
US$30.00
Plus Size Lightweight Animal Print Rayon Tunic
US$30.00
Plus Size Lightweight Rayon Tunic
US$30.00
Plus Size Premium Rayon Tunic
US$40.00
Plus Size Bubble Fleece Tunic/Caftan
US$65.00
Plus Size Bubble Fleece Tunic/Caftan
US$65.00
Plus Size Lightweight Rayon Tunic
US$30.00
Plus Size Lightweight Rayon Tunic
US$30.00
Plus Size Summer Knit Long Tunic
US$75.00
Plus Size Lightweight Sequined Tie Dye Tunic
US$40.00
Plus Size Fleece Caftan
US$65.00
Swimsuit or Sundress Cover-up
US$30.00
Swimsuit or Sundress Cover-Up
US$30.00
Plus Size Lightweight Rayon Tunic
US$30.00
Plus Size Lightweight Rayon Tunic
US$30.00
Plus Size Roomy Fleece Jacket/Shrug
US$75.00
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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(867)
arleta

arleta on May 28, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

absolutely beautiful......just what I wish for .....

Nancy Steinberg

Nancy Steinberg on May 26, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

This is the most perfect item I have ever ordered. It is roomy and lightweight and beautiful. I'm going to order one for my daughter because she said she was "obsessed" with this dress!

Donata Ahern

Donata Ahern on May 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

fabulous jacket! casual and also elegant, lovely drape. I would have ordered more if the store had similar items.

Donata Ahern

Donata Ahern on May 18, 2016

5 out of 5 stars

well made, neck seam covered, nice drape.

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About

And sew it goes..........

My name is Judy and I love to sew. I’ve been doing it for many many years. I sewed my first garment (a white cotton apron) in 8th grade Home-Ec class. I nearly failed the class because I sewed the pocket on upside down. Needless to say that certainly did not put dreams in my head of a future sitting at a sewing machine.

However, like most mothers, my real sewing began when I had children. I had a beautiful little red-haired daughter and with her came visions of ruffles and lace. Alas, it was not to be…..she had visions of ponies and jeans. I did the best I could with what I had to work with and at least honed my sewing skills. Who knew one day I would be sewing for an Arabian stallion so she could participate in equestrian competitions.

My next sewing adventure came when my son’s high school theater teacher asked her students to raise their hand if their mothers sewed and might like to “help out” with their first performance of The King And I. He raised his hand – the rest is history. Over the next four years I spent more time in high school than he did.

And then came a much more challenging and rewarding sewing experience; I became involved in creating elaborate costumes for family and friends performing in the Royal Court at Renaissance Festivals. I particularly mention friends and family because this is something you do for love - it’s most unlikely that the money you earn will ever compensate you for the hours and the eyestrain involved. I will always be thankful for this experience though - it brought the best friend any woman could ever hope for into my life……you know who you are ;-)

And now we come to the present……the beautiful red-haired daughter is all grown up and we are working together. I do the sewing and the embroidery and she does the color creation for the one-of-a-kind fabrics we use. Sometimes she works with tie dye, sometimes shibori and other times she just follows where her imagination leads. You can be certain no two colors or designs will ever be exactly the same.

Establishing our shop on Etsy has opened up an entire new world of opportunity. We're creating the things that we enjoy.....tunics and caftans.....capes and ponchos.....many with a special emphasis on Plus Sizes. It's our opinion that Plus Size does not have to mean unattractive. To this end we are always on the lookout for fabrics with a color, a print or a fiber that will flatter a larger woman. You will also find a large selection of Celtic designs. So whether it is a simple skirt or something a little more “off the beaten path” here's hoping you'll find something you like when you visit our shop. We hope you'll like our ideas and if you have an idea of your own please tell us about it.....maybe we can bring that idea to life!

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    My name is Judy and I love to sew. I've been doing this for many many years but never had as much fun as I'm having since joining the Etsy family.

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