Monthly Archives: June 2007

Enter the Quilts!

And I’ve finally been able to devote some real time to sewing lately and made two quilts. The first one is a crib quilt for a former co-worker. She needed a gift for a family member and I provided: If … Continue reading

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Oh How Fabulous!

This is the tunic I made by adjusting the pattern that I used to make this original tunic. I made it less low cut, made the sleeves a bit narrower, added a couple of inches to its width, and lowered … Continue reading

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Patchy Quilt

Last September, I started saving 3″ squares of fabric as I worked on my many and various projects. My collection has been growing throughout the year and seemed very large by now, so I decided to make them into a … Continue reading

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This Hat Actually Fits

I adjusted the hat pattern a little so that it’s not so tight and the brim is a bit shorter. Now, I can see while I walk!I also made another shirt and a new skirt for me (all the clothes!!), … Continue reading

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Trying to Get Serious About Getting to Work

I’ve been meaning to try my hand at making my own clothing for a while now. I have a few patterns to work with and loads of fabric piles to work from. It seems that many friends and relatives decide … Continue reading

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