Monthly Archives: February 2014

Pole, Patches and Prospectives

Week after week I ramble on about fittings and brides and all sorts of nonsense from my sewing studio but Mr. Mole has reminded me that something he has done for me went unmentioned. So today he has his time … Continue reading

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At Last Leggings

About 6 months ago I purchased the Espresso Leggings pattern from http://www.sewingcake.comĀ  patterns. It sat for a while waiting for the flurry of brides to subside and this week I was able to open the huge worksheet and do all … Continue reading

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Knit – Not

My client/model Nancy is always kind enough to let me borrow her patterns since we are close in age and size so after her successful foray into a couple tops being made from Vogue 8815, I thought I could whip … Continue reading

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Sneaky Sleeves

Remember last week when I showed you the components for the new bridal sleeves? For some reason I just did not expect after waiting 3 months for the matching fabric and lace motifs that the fabric would be just one … Continue reading

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Down to the Wire

Some seamstresses work well under pressure, they can be sewing at the last minute for a wedding or special event and it invigorates them…the rush, the tension, the stress…the black coffee, the chocolate…and then the finished project delivered minutes before … Continue reading

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