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At first, I didn't think I needed access to Insider. Then I tried out the free session. Now, I don't know how I can be without Judith, Louise, Kenneth, et al and their descriptive video tutorials.
I want to create the kind of garments worn by my grandmother, mother and myself growing up. I miss the quality, look and feel of clothes that we wore then. I want to pass the love of well made, comfortable clothing that lasts to my daughters.
The problem is not with the designers or their patterns. It is that Amy Butler's colours and prints remind us too much of the house dresses and aprons our mothers and grandmothers wore to cook and clean in. We wouldn't be caught dead in them.
Kenneth, you have come up with a brilliant solution again.
My daughters and I are three different shapes and sizes. Having only one dress form, this book would be the answer to my dreams.
What a perfect way to enjoy the last days of summer. Reading a mystery involving sewing. These are two of my favourite ways to spend time.
Everything old is new again. There were hand crank machines in the early 1900's. Obviously designed by a non-sewer with limited understanding of the craft. Does not look to be very functional but rather very frustrating to use. Keep on trying after you take some sewing lessons.
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