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Leawood, KS, US
I am a stay at home mom with three wonderful teenagers and a great husband. I recently lost 60 pounds and am excited about sewing a new wardrobe for myself.
I would love to learn more about Flax. I have never sewn with but if it is similar to linen I think it would be a wonderful fabric to begin using more.Posted: 07:01 pm on June 27th 2012
Yelen makes it look so easy. Just needed to add a happy little purse here or there. I am going to try this while I watch the video. Yelen is great. ThanksPosted: 08:29 pm on June 26th 2012
This would be so fun to have. I think I would like to create the Stevie Nicks looks for myself. I love the bohemian sheek look. My daughter would go for the Audrey Hepburn patterns.Posted: 05:34 am on March 21st 2012
This 2nd part, along with the 1st part is a great demonstration on how to make a customized dress form. Thank you Threads. I love being a part of this community! Are there any tricks to prevent the form you have demonstrate from becoming lopsided? Does it matter if it is not perfectly smooth?Posted: 04:13 pm on December 27th 2011
I don't care how much a machine cost...machine embroidery will never surpass the beauty of hand embroidery.Posted: 06:24 am on December 15th 2011
Thanks. This is so helpful and you taught it very well. I can't wait to try this! Would preparing a form for a man use the same process? I am beginning to make suits for my husband and think it would be a great option for tailoring jackets for him as well. Additionally, are pant forms ever made?Posted: 07:23 am on December 13th 2011
I love learning. This book could help me grow in my love of sewing.Posted: 07:18 am on December 7th 2011
Thanks Threads...I just learned about Colette patterns. I love the Macaron dress pattern. The books looks wonderful.Posted: 08:01 pm on December 1st 2011
My daughter, a first year college student, has made lots of new friends. Over the fall break we plan to make some travel jewelry carriers for all her new friends.Posted: 07:21 am on September 29th 2011
I love to learn. I would love to investigate how the construction of clothing has changed and remained the same. This knowledge will enhance my skills as a seamstress and I would love to pass along this knowledge to other sewing enthusiast that I know.Posted: 05:52 pm on September 13th 2011
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