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Pattern Reviews> Self Drafted Pattern> 22749-1001 (Sewing table skirt)

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Posted on:5/27/05 5:50 PM
Last Updated:2/12/08 6:59 PM


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lilyofthevalley said... (2/14/08 9:13 PM) Reply
We're watching the birth of a future sewing goddess. How thoughtful of you to 'pretty up' her work station. -Lily
Athene said... (2/12/08 10:45 PM) Reply
This is so adorable. I'm sure your DD is very happy with it.
Nancy Anne said... (5/30/05 11:51 AM) Reply
Yes, she sews a little. We just got her a cheapy Singer, but it works well for her as she loves to just play with a piece of fabric and stitch, and she makes little creations (no finished seams) on her own. I help her to make simpler patterns, but she looses interest quickly so we only do it for 30 min. or so at a time. Eventually she will wind up desiring to do more, but for now this keeps her entertained and a little more educated with each stitch. It also keeps her off of my machine, so that I can sew. Before she got the machine I was in competition for mine! She's proud of her little sewing set up in her room.
lisa m said... (5/29/05 12:22 PM) Reply
Your 8 year old sews? Tell us more..how? when? where? why?
Nancy Anne said... (5/28/05 10:03 AM) Reply
Bunz, I actually think I got the glue at Walmart, but it could have been Jo-Anns. It's all a blur! If you do it all the way around, you could make the ends meet in front and finish the seam to give you a split to get under the table. I'd have liked to have done this, but there wasn't enough fabric on the bolt.
bunz said... (5/27/05 10:51 PM) Reply
You're ahead of me, girl. I need to do this exact thing desperatly. I'm thinking of dividing it into "panels" to more easily get at the storage underneath. Great job. Where did you get velcro glue? Joanns?
Jennifer shaw said... (5/27/05 8:31 PM) Reply
That is so cool! I bet she loves it so much.
noreend said... (5/27/05 8:01 PM) Reply
How perfect for your dd! It looks great.
sew2little said... (5/27/05 7:27 PM) Reply
A sewing diva in the making!!
Peggy L said... (5/27/05 5:55 PM) Reply
What a great idea! Now she has a great place to store things.
 
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