Hmm, can’t remember my first project, but I’d imagine it would be doll clothes of some sort.
I made a historically accurate Tudor era shirt… Never got around to finishing the rest of the c…
Pleats! Love em!
The internet! Particularly Google. I wouldn’t be sewing if Google didn’t exist!
Love the late 30’s, early 40’s.
I usually sew in the afternoon, but I prefer morning sewing.
Hmm, I’d use a scarf to add small contrasting fabric details to garments I suppose… Never reall…
Us the internet if you need tips on anything. It’s a great resource for sewers of any experience …
Love the Godet Dress! Very twenties chic. http://www.burdastyle.com/pattern_store/patterns/godet-…
I just made a circle skirt recently that used up about 4 yards.
Yep, my best friend.
In our family room.
Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s… It’s a classic!
Alladin slippers… But every one told me I looked like an elf (not what I was going for), so I n…
Wow, I have no idea… they’re all so lovely!
Fabric and thread made from natural fibers that is reasonably priced.
I don’t own one.
Clothing, historical fashion in particular, although I like to make modern clothing as well.
It would help me get through my sewing a bit quicker, since the iron I have now is evil! :)
At home, mostly from my mom but a family friend taught me some as well.
It’s very minimal. I’ve done some felting, but that’s all. I’d love to get some more experience w…
Hard copies! I don’t trust technology lol.
My mom sews and I got started under her tutelage by making clothes for my dolls. It’s only been i…
Mostly from vintage clothes. There’s a multitude of books and websites that I use; they’re all gr…
When there is something that is is just a tiny bit off and it refuses to be fixed, but to leave i…
My sewing machine probably, or maybe my needle…
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