Member Since: 10/13/2011
My favorite was a blouse, ironically! I had a lot of help from ASG members at a retreat though, and have not sewn one that fits since.
I definitely love flowers.
I'll see something pretty someone has designed and that inspires me to make my own, or I'll find the perfect fabric or a great sale!
I sewed a top, my first one, with a lot of help and it fit perfect! That was so fun and exciting. It was a buttoned cotton blouse.
I rarely use my serger and I know if I learn some techniques I would use it much more often.
I sew crooked 1/4" seams and then the pieces don't match up and I lose the points.
My first quilt was a sampler at a quilt class. It is still hanging over my bed.
I definitely like "teach yourself to sew". I have so much to learn!
My first quilt was a sampler I took at a LQS learning to sew. I would love to make a bargello.
I'm new to sewing clothes and definitely need to learn the fundamentals.
I would love to build a wardrobe using this book. I'm new to sewing clothes and it would be a great start!
I would love to add more hand stitched items to my home.
I've made pretty quilts for the wall and pillows for the bed to decorate our bedrooms.
I would love to win this book. I had a difficult time sewing the only purse I've tried, a heavy denim with many pockets!
I like the collared peplum top. It would be flattering for my figure.
I plan to sew a shirt and a cover for my Fish finder. I would love a subscription so I can learn all I can about sewing, especially sewing garments.
I like the feminine details in view B. I would need size 12-20.
The lazy susan option would work great for the sewing notions I have hidden in drawers now.
I would like to make the vintage Emery dress.
It would be great to win a pattern!
I would love to teach my grandson to make something simple and get him inspired for a life of sewing!
Definitely, read the directions before you start any pattern, and measure twice before you cut your fabric.
I like to make comfortable shirts that look tailored.
I used it to fix some knitted barbie dresses. I needed to make them smaller to fit the waste so I sewed a seam down the back. So, I've found out I can use it for my knitted clothing!
This will be great to make socks fit exactly.
"Make Your Own Clothes" because it allows me alter clothing to my size and print the included patterns with the included software.
I really want to learn to sew clothes. Pre-made patterns don't fit me, and starting from scratch to learn the right way to make clothes will be great!
Press straight up and down when ironing quilt pieces. I'll use the new iron to press quilt pieces without worrying about scorching them.
Press down and up, not side to side, when piecing quilts. I will use the iron to press quilts, it should be easier to use than my heavy iron!
I love those big old skirts that required a hoop, Like Scarlett O'Hara's dresses, but not necessarily the green velvet one made from drapes!
I bought the Fitting Guide Magazine with some articles by him, I want to learn more!
I really want to learn to sew correctly and love what I've seen of Threads.
I would love to learn shortcuts to tailoring to fit specific shapes.
I would make the kitchen look less like a kitchen since we have an open area and it's basically part of the living room.
I really need inspiration. I'm new to sewing and completing projects quickly would build motivation!
I was surprised to read about sewing garments with a longer stitch length.
I made fleece socks for hubby last year, but haven't decided what to make him this year. Maybe a fleece vest with sleeves, since he's a biker.
I just learned of this genre and started reading a sewing mystery last night. I would love to add these books to my collection.
This will be a great start to learning Fashion Design.
I would love to read how to design and sew my own clothes, and more about the Project Runway light dress.
This will be great for me, a beginning sewist!
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