My daily random ramblings
I am impressed - I can barely thread a needle. Well done.
Thanks Weaver. I made a couple if mistakes but I don't think anyone will notice them 😉
Who is your slim model and why does she only have three fingers on each hand?
We be strange folk over here Tasker
Well done JayCee.
Thank you kind sir
How can you say that ! It looks amazing, clever you ! Can you tell us what the pattern was to encourage us ? thanks x Deborah x
Thank you Deborah x It was the New Look number 6095, but I made a few tweaks to it!
I am impressed as well. You did a good job. I love spots. It will look great with a bright coloured cardigan on top as well. Baby steps to the sewing bee!!
Thanks Marjorie. It turned out OK, just don't look too close! I now feel more confident to have another go.
That's chic! Yes. That's the word. Well done!Now onto Peregrine's tiger print onesie.
Thanks YP. Oh, I think I'd like a tiger print onesie for myself. P can just carry on wearing that wrinkly pink suit he's had for years.
You mean his naked skin?
Oh, is that what is is? It needs ironing anyway.
Looks darn marvellous to me. So clever!
Just don't look too close 😉
I can sew a button on. I've never tried anything else.
It's probably not a man thing. However, I remember being told that when my mother was expecting me, her first child, my Dad decided that he would learn to knit and succeeded in knitting me a layette. He was a great Dad!
Looks very nice, you should be very proud!
Thank you Janice. I will probably just wear this around the house in the summer. I think I need a lot more practice to get to the stage where I would wear one of my home-mades out in public!
Wow, that was quick! It takes me ages to sew anything, so I've just about given up. My wardrobe is full, anyway.
It was meant to be an easy pattern so didn't take that long.My wardrobes are all full too!
That looks very chic! I can just about sew a button on...xx
Aw, thanks Vronni xx
What do you mean? - it looks expertly crafted. Cutting out was the bit I hated about dressmaking. Well done for persevering.Hugs, x.
It's harder when you leave the pattern pieces intact and try to fold them along your particular size line rather than cut them down - just in case you may need a larger size next time!
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