Thanks for the thought. I had considered that, but my problem is altering all the pattern pieces for jackets, tops etc. I've used the lutterloh system in the past and the stretch and sew method of altering patterns with success, but I've gained some weight and now am past the level of my expertise for altering the patterns. I agree $500 is really pricey
Has anyone tried the new Bernina "My Label" pattern maker? It's pricey at $500 but if it would help me make patterns to fit my rectangular shaped body it would be worth it. Jeans, pants, tops, jackets that FIT! What a concept. Any comments would be appreciated.
Too Cute! Is this crochet? I looked too on the Caron sight and couldn't find the pattern too bad since it's going to be nasty weather this weekend and this would be a great stay inside project for me. Any way great job!!!!
Super Questions! I would love to hear all the answers - also how does Leah deal with the "down" times we all experience when nothing seems to inspire us? Also any advice on becoming more computer savy in the craft area?
Great Idea Bastet! Exactly what I was thinking - also how about adding "coupons" for a picnic or cake or treat of his choice that you would make - I know that there are times I would LOVE to have someone else cook for me!
Just remember anything made with love is over the top!
Good luck with the relationship he sounds like a really great guy!
how about using starch or thinned down white glue - these are really cute! I'd put either the starch or glue on with my fingers and then put the leaves on foil or wax paper or something you can peel off after the stiffener dries - let me know how it works!
How ripe were your bananas? I find that if my bananas are REALLY ripe my bread tends to be darker. I also freeze bananas that are too ripe to eat and then make bread this also makes the bread darker. In the long run - who cares what it looks like as long as it tastes GREAT! LOL