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Bear, DE, US

Member Since: 01/13/2012

recent comments

Re: Book Giveaway and Interview with Shea Henderson

I made an apron that included a top piece, and was similar to a shift with a couple of snaps instead of a zipper. My main
Robles was thread tension and having the thread make a mess underneath the footplate. The thread mess was solved with a better machine. I am still working on understanding and getting the correct tension

Re: Embellishments Special Issue: Check out our latest issue and enter to win!

I love beaded embellishments and am most looking forward to ways to sew beads on fabrics.

Re: Enter Our Huge Quilting Giveaway

The first quilt I made was a log cabin pattern in yellows and greens. It is the only quilt I have finished, except for a small table centerpiece.

Re: Book Giveaway: "Handbag Workshop"

It sounds like a great book! I would love to win. Thanks!

Re: Pattern Giveaway: Simplicity SewStylish 1699

I love the classic "chanel" style jacket. I have also been wanting to make a peplum top. Size 16-24. Thanks!

Re: SewStylish Featured Giveaway!

I make clothing, and am working on better pant fitting. I also make small quilts and home decor items.

Re: Second Annual National Serger Month Celebration and Giveaway

I am just getting started with a serger, so none,yet. I hope for many to come.

Re: Video Quick Tips: How to Adjust Shoulders

I also have very narrow shoulders, and would like more details on that adjustment.

Re: Video Quick Tip: Waistband Adjustment for Ready-to-Wear Pants

I have the same problem with waistbands being too large. I am experimenting with adding stretched elastic to take up the extra fullness. It is taking a couple of tries to it small enough, but seems to be working.

Re: Magazine Giveaway: "Threads" Issue #165 (February/March 2013)

I enjoy hand embroidery, especially with beading. It can add so much to a garment.

Re: Book Giveaway: "Quilt Love"

It sounds like a great book! I'd love to win.

Re: BOOK GIVEAWAY: "Roberto Capucci Art Into Fashion"

I ma not familiar with Mr. Capucci, but the structure of the garments shown is very intriguing. I am trying to learn more about design, and he certainly seems to be a master of design.