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 on: Today at 02:16:06 PM 
Started by DragonLady - Last post by DragonLady
So...I finally (!) managed to put away the cigarettes by switching to vaping.

Now I feel like I've discovered a whole new hobby....

Anyone else here collecting flavors and trying to find the perfect personal devices?

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 on: Today at 02:07:04 PM 
Started by fzxdoc - Last post by DragonLady
lol

"On the fly" is how I learned to cook. :)

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 on: Today at 01:03:46 PM 
Started by sewsy - Last post by sewsy
Thanks Kate! I'm sure you know as well, the joy seeing our loved ones wearing garments we've made (including watching DD walk down the aisle in a Mom-made wedding gown ;)) brings. I'm just following in your footsteps! Kinda like having real live Barbie dolls to sew for!

A hand-drafted, home sewn wedding gown, with guipure lace!!! It was guipure, wasn't it? Now, THAT'S impressive.

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 on: Today at 12:21:44 PM 
Started by fzxdoc - Last post by fzxdoc
Margy, I've messaged you my email. Thanks!

DL, your on-the-fly-with-whatever's-available white chicken chili sounds like fun to concoct. I like the idea that you use 3 different types of white beans in it.


Kathryn

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 on: Today at 12:19:20 PM 
Started by Sizun - Last post by fzxdoc
I never found a fake tan lotion that didn't end up looking streaky or orange especially as it faded. Plus that chemical smell was so off putting. I finally gave up and figured that folks would just have to get used to looking at my chicken white legs. ;D

Kathryn

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 on: Today at 12:16:20 PM 
Started by sewsy - Last post by fzxdoc
Very impressive, sewsy. Nineteen garments is practically a whole new wardrobe. Sounds as though your daughter is thrilled with her haul. Happy kid, happy Mom. It's all good. :)

Kathryn

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 on: Today at 12:14:49 PM 
Started by Susan in Saint John - Last post by fzxdoc
I'm placing the pattern photo here so everyone can see the design




Susan, I googled it and found it available in larger sizes, if that would interest you.

This Etsy link has it available in sizes 14-18.

And this Etsy link has it available in sizes 22-24.

Kathryn

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 on: Today at 10:21:17 AM 
Started by Susan in Saint John - Last post by sewsy
The Craftsy class is Pattern Grading taught by Kathleen Cheetham. I've watched some of it, and use her methods quite a bit. I too think that the front panel seam is the princess seam. I'm a bit confused, though. Are you making a coat that is styled like a quilted Chanel jacket, or using the coat pattern as the basis for a Chanel styled quilted jacket?

Also, I realize that this is a construction class, but perhaps the instructor can help with some of your fitting/drafting concerns?

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 on: Today at 09:49:47 AM 
Started by sewsy - Last post by sewsy
Marciae and warpjr, thanks.  :)

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 on: Today at 08:52:38 AM 
Started by mudcat (SWAP Coordinator) - Last post by Helen M
I voted last night and it was really hard this year as I liked the collections a lot.

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