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I have not sewn for myself for years (I used to make all my clothes) because my shape has changed such that I have not been able to fit myself. All the books I have tried have not helped me. Perhaps seeing it in motion and with KK's view of fitting, I will be able to sew for myself again.
I received Threads magazine for years and then let my subscription lapse because I could no longer afford it. I still can no longer afford magazines, but I would love to see Threads again. Thank you.
I'm always looking for "patternless" sewing projects, esp. for clothing. This book seems like it might have some things I'd like.
My first projects were 3 pillow tops, each in a different pattern. I quilted them on my sewing machine. The one that turned out the best was the double irish chain one which was good as that is a pattern I like. I have done some full quilts since that time but I enjoy the smaller projects more. This book may have some ideas for me. Thanks for the chance to get it in a give-away.
Sounds delicious!! Wish I could see it "live". I love historical designs, esp.from the 1920's. I hope you get a chance to do another like this only a different time period, you have talent. Store this flat, not on a hanger!(as if you didn't already know this)
a long time ago I learned to drape but with ordinary patterns. I would like some inspiration and review.
Finally, a mystery book including sewing. I have been waiting for this.
I am mostly self taught, though I did used to hang over my mother's shoulder when she sewed. I mostly quilt now as my clothes sewing skills need some help. This would be a great way to learn
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