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KitnRose
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Date: 8/11/10 2:27 AM

Today I'm working on a half dozen tiny doll dresses, both formal and informal, and taking a break making a pokemon inspired dress for a customer (can I admit that if I don't post any hints as to my business name?). And between all that I'm dreaming of actually sewing up a few things for my fall school wardrobe.

So what are YOU making today?

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Kit
"Never underestimate the power of the right dress!" - drsue
"Hyu gots to know how to sveet tok de costumers, dollink" - Girl Genius, 11-24-08

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Date: 8/11/10 3:15 AM

I've cut the pattern out for Burda 7567. Some pants.
I'll start them tomorrow

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Date: 8/11/10 3:45 AM

I'm working on an American Girl wardrobe and a Halloween costume; Simplicity 2525 the Save the planet/Go green (view B).
-- Edited on 8/11/10 3:47 AM --

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Date: 8/11/10 7:29 AM

I am so jealous....I am at work....
I wish I could sew more, evenings just are not enough, especially with my grandchildren coming to swim...so much for sewing. But I love them. I wish I could stay home, not work and sew....my dream!

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Date: 8/11/10 7:34 AM

I'm working on the knit T sew along. I just finished moving the dart in my altered pattern and am getting ready to draw the completed pattern on some gridded synthetic fabric I found in a fabric store in Seattle.

If the day goes smoothly, I want to sew one more trial garment before getting some good fabric.

This seems like a lot of effort for a T shirt but I want a TNT pattern and it's my first real FBA!

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Mary


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Date: 8/11/10 7:41 AM

I am actually getting some sewing done.
I have some sturdy, dark jersey that I want to make up as a bubble skirt from one of several old BWOF's.
I am also tracing about 10 patterns from old mag's from 2006 & 2007 before their rightful owner returns (sewing friends are the best!).
I also have a couple of reviews to finish writing.

Doll clothes sounds like fun. They have tiny SA's, but you don't have to worry about the fit as much.

A lot of us do seem to have found our sewing enthusiam!
Perhaps the prospect of fall has us motivated.

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Date: 8/11/10 9:40 AM

Nothing, I'm staying out of the sewing room today---however it seems to be calling me. I have been sewing for days and need a break.

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Date: 8/11/10 12:45 PM

Finishing a wedding dress alteration, then starting a fleece jacket for my daughter for school. After that, I am planning to work on an apron or two, possibly start a hat project...

I love making American doll clothes, too. I did a whole wardrobe for my niece and she loved it! You can be as creative or as simple as you want and velcro is so much easier than buttons or snaps.

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Date: 8/11/10 1:16 PM

It's a toss up. My former job in a male dominated profession called for fairly conservative clothes. I have mostly suits in my closet with some dressy feminine outfits. Or jeans and tee shirts, lol. I have very few casual *and* feminine wardrobe choices for an upcoming wedding shower.

Sooo, it's either a skirt, or lightweight cover up to wear over a tank top to wear with the only pair of capris that I own. Either way, I'm determined to wear this tank top before the summer is over. It's white and has a white satin band that is (I think) handsomely embellished). What to do, what to do....sigh.

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Date: 8/11/10 1:37 PM

I'm trying to get my Jalie jeans past the no-waistband stage. Which means making decisions about the degree of snugness that is desirable and/or bearable. Just taking an after-fitting thinking/computer break before I go back to it. To confuse myself I'm making 2 pairs at once in different degrees of stretchiness.

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