i wonder…. are there just too many categories in discussions now? i mean, while it’s great to have so many options, there are 27 forum categories to post to!!!
if i was the center of the universe, i would narrow it down to maybe five or six— “website help”, “sewing advice”, “share/classifieds”, “off-topic chatter”, and “sewing clubs”. i find that most boards have these broader categories, and then one uses the post title to make it more specific. that way the discussions homepage is far less cluttered. and it might generate more activity in each forum as well— if i’m already honed in on “website help-my profile”, i miss posts in the 10 other “website help” sub-categories that i might actually have an answer for.
Looks like those are the BUST sizes, so refer to the burda sizing chart and look at bus…
I did the basting stitch, gathered, seamed, then ruched, and that all worked out fine…..
It sounds like the pattern is wrong (unless there is a pleat or something in the front …
Correction on the Textile Museum’s yard sale-it is on the LAST weekend of May (not part…
fechangku . This is a member who has spammed right across the blog in the last 24 hours…
Fashion & Trends
Swoon for these gorgeous dresses straight off the runway!
Member Project of the Week
See how just a piece of sheer satin transforms this beginner friendly dress!
Sewing & Techniques
Check out this step-by-step on sewing our wrapped and pleated mini skirt
What do you think of these summery styles?
Check out the debut of this lovely designer style pattern with angular pleats
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