This began in 2010 as "The Melo Project" and spending over 1000 hours in teaching over 12 students at the Met High School and over 250 hours teaching children over 5 years of age. This project has proven to build upon each child or teen’s cognitive development. According to the letters of recommendation this project has proven successful in building up self confidence, improve math skills through pattern-making, increase concentration and attention span, developed problem solving skills, and increase awareness to opening their creative mind. The students have all completed 1 or 2 pieces of their own designs, and have taken responsibility to their achievements by picking colors, fabrics, and design. Students visualize in 3-Dimensional forms by focusing on their own ideas and concepts. Their achievements are encouraged and displayed the ability to do technical sketches improves both the left and right brain functions. Seeking grants is extremely urgent in order for this project to have any future; the money covers Time, materials, repairs of machines and threads.
The public has attended 2 Fashion shows in R.I. since 2011, has had media and press coverage.