1 December, 2010
daowebe commented on the forum topic curved hems and hong kong finish
For materials that will bulk and ravel, you may want to use a lace hem tape. It is less bulky. Baste the top of the tape and then sew it to the hem line and press it up. Once it is pressed you can…
daowebe commented on the article Announcing our 2010 Holiday Giveaway!
Yeah! Presents ;-+
13 June, 2008
daowebe posted a message on nenasew's wall
Thank you nina! I love your garden pictures. Don’t you just love sitting in your yard, it’s so relaxing.
daowebe posted a message on merita's wall
Thank you! She does look comfy doesn’t she. I should break down and try to create a pattern to post…… so little time and so much to do.
daowebe posted a message on andreajo's wall
Thank you for your nice comment! I bet the blankets you have made are a big hit!
daowebe posted a message on camilaustral's wall
Thank you for your kind words on the shorts. The girls pick the fabric for the things I make them. They have a great eye for colour.
daowebe posted a message on erin's wall
Thank you Erin!
daowebe posted a message on toupinette's wall
Thank you! I really like your’s as well.
daowebe posted a message on erogers0203's wall
Thank you for your kind words on the tops. It’s so much fun to make outfits for the girls, they look good in everything! Ahhh the benifits of youth!
daowebe posted a message on OnYourHead's wall
Thank you for your kind words! Happy sewing
daowebe posted a message on polychromatin's wall
Thank you for you kind words! Polychromatic for real! Your use of colour and excellent ability to fit the garments you have made is outstanding.
daowebe posted a message on ursy87's wall
Thank you for you kind words. I LOVE your bags! Fantastic
I am inspired!
daowebe posted a message on fashion1's wall
Thank you for your kind review on the Danielle top variations.
You must be out of school for the summer now? Don’t forget to have fun and relax while you can! Life can get hectic and overwhel…
daowebe posted a message on marmota-b's wall
Hi! Thank you for your kind words on the Danielle top variations. Hope your having a great summer! (Is it summer there? lol)
Thank you also for the note on the hoodie. Alyssa was happy too!…
daowebe posted a message on taure's wall
Thank you very much for your kind words on the Danielle top variations. It’s great to be able to show your work to people who really understand the effort.
daowebe posted a message on dianacirne's wall
Thank you my dear! Love your banner! It’s amazing, I can almost smell the salt air.
daowebe posted a message on anajan's wall
Hi! Thank you for your comments on the tops.
I browsed through some of your creations. I love how you are able to define a facet of yourself with each creation. I can only guess that you are…
daowebe posted a message on susisonne's wall
Hello! Thank you very much for the kind words on the tops!
daowebe posted a message on kianna's wall
Thank you so much for the kind comment. I also wanted to let you know how impressed I am with your creativity. I’m looking forward to seeing many wonderful things to come!
I was …
daowebe posted a message on enero's wall
Thank you so much for the kind words! I am very pleased you like my work.
daowebe added the project Not so dressy dress
I modified the top to straps because the fabric called for a less formal look. The zigzag top stiching was a big hit.
daowebe added the project Big Button Tonia
I modified the leg cuffs a bit due to orders of no ‘poofey’ legs. She loves buttons so I try to get special ones for her. The big button was a real hit.
daowebe added the project Lounging around
These are the simplest thing to make. Good starter project. You can use any pants pattern and omit the zip and waist band. Using just the part for the legs, sew the legs togeather and fold the t…
daowebe added the project A Short Nichola
This was a minor modification. I changed the mock pocket style and adjusted the fit for the wearer. My insparation for this was the cost of a pair of designer shorts. OMG 50$ for a pair of short…
12 June, 2008
daowebe added the project Nautical Sidonie
I bought this fabric years ago. I don’t even remember what I had in mind when I got it! Anyway, the Sidonie pattern inspired me to make this skirt and blouse/Jacket.
The jacket was made using …
daowebe added the project Lydia's Little Sister's Hoodie
This is how this one was inspired:
Oh! Grandma, can you make me one of those that zips up the front? And, can it have pockets, and cuffs, and can you put fur in the hood part?
But of cours…
daowebe added the project Remnants of Danielle
These tops were made from a major alteration of the Danielle pattern. Since the red material would ravel into rags in the wash, I reversed sticted some of the seams, folded them over on the edge a…
daowebe added the project No Plain Jane
This was made from the Jane pattern. Since this little ladies are tiny, I had to make several modifications. They picked the material and provided most of the input for the modifications.
5 March, 2008
daowebe commented on the project springy sleeveless danielle
Wow! If this is your first dress I can’t wait to see what you can do with a little more confidence. Your fit is absolutely perfect and has a very finished look. You didn’t scrimp on the details …
daowebe commented on the project Sidonie Variation 2
Sabzy, you can find the original pattern at: http://www.burdastyle.com/patterns/show/3595
Or, if you use the dropdown box on the Patterns page and select Skirts. It will show up on the first p…