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Monthly Archives: January 2013
Couple of pictures, hopefully I’ll finish it tomorrow. More to come… Happy sewing!
Sherril commented on the fact that the gathers in my Eva top seemed to pretty much disappear. Here’s a picture of the pattern pieces for the bodice front and the neckband: As you can see, the pattern piece for the … Continue reading
Mary Beth at The Stitchery posted about this earlier, but I wanted to let my readers know as well. Marfy has seriously upgraded their website, and it’s a great improvement! For those who may be unfamiliar, Marfy patterns are high-fashion, … Continue reading
Pattern Description: From StyleArc’s website – This staple piece is a great wardrobe builder with comfort and style. Soft gathers over the bust stitched into the neck band makes this top very flattering for all sizes. 3/4 length sleeves allows … Continue reading
Can I just say? This is an incredibly comfortable fabric. And the top is great too! Happy sewing!
About every two to three years, all my winter tops decide to commit mass suicide. Right on schedule, these past couple of weeks I’ve been finding holes in my tops, and some of them have just plain ol’ worn out … Continue reading
Meet Bernie: Thanks to Phyllis, about once a month I trawl the local Craigslist listings. I look for industrial machines, hoping against hope that someone in Massachusetts will want to get rid of a Reece buttonholer for less than $100. … Continue reading
Pattern Description: Dresses A, B have fitted, pleated bodice, front neckline finished with bias tape, back zipper, flared skirt and stitched hems. A: armholes finished with bias tape. B: three-quarter length sleeves and purchased belt. Sizing: 6-22. I made a … Continue reading
What happens when the boss lady comes down with the galloping crud and goes to work hacking up a lung? Let me tell you. The elves get all “go home and rest, we can take care of everything here.” So … Continue reading
The title pretty much says it all. It’s cold and flu season in Boston right now, and it’s a doozy. Both my sons have the galloping crud that’s been making the rounds at the high school. I had hoped beyond … Continue reading