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California USA
Member since, 1/4/11

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photo Sewing Machine Review 4/15/14 12:52 PM
Brother - 2340CV
The machine This is a cover stitch machine which is primarily used to hem knits. If you look at the hems and cuffs of your RTW tee, you'll likely see a cover stitch. It looks like a twin needle on top and serged stitch at the bottom. I have also used it to topstitch. You can baste with the chain ...more...
photo Sewing Tip 4/3/14 11:41 PM
Make yourself a standing height table
A standing height table is so much better on my back than hunching over a dining room table or a desk. If you don't have much space, this table can be made smaller. Your back will thank you for this. Supplies: - 2 IKEA Finnvard saw horse like things or similar. These can adjust every 1" so you ...more...
Pattern Review 4/3/14 1:54 AM
PatternReview - 103 Winter Street Dress
Full disclosure: I was a tester for this pattern. It's my first time being a tester so I'm pretty excited to be a part of the process. I've been known to have eagle eyes so I hopefully spotted any issues, in the sizes that I tested. Let's begin... Pattern Description: The Winter Street is a co...more...
Pattern Review 3/13/14 3:05 PM
Deer&Doe - Plantain T-shirt Plantain T-shirt
Pattern Description: The pattern is a swingy tee with elbow patches. Comes in long and 3/4 length sleeves. This is a free PDF pattern from Deer & Doe. This is my first time using this pattern company and I was really impressed. Pattern Sizing: 34 - 48. According to my measurements I was a 38 b...more...
photo Sewing Tip 3/3/14 1:21 AM
Stash Folding like a Pro
My fabric stash is stored on shelves. Folding them haphazardly makes them not stack well and fall over. To solve this problem I use a folding board to fold my fabric into uniform lengths and widths. I used a small cutting mat that is slightly smaller than my shelf space. I wrap the fabric length...more...
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Growing up my mom was a factory sewer. Beginning at age 7, I would occasionally take over her industrial Juki machine when she had to cook dinner etc. This experience taught me a lot of great techni...more

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