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I am an awesome:
i enjoy sewing .
My sewing interests are:
garment, drapery
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I am interested in patterns such as:
simplicity or by khaliah Ali, plus size.

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At 5:19am on June 25, 2010, Sew4my3 said…
How about I talk you through it.
Go to the menu above and pull down in the menu "Community" link, and click on "sewing blogs". Then when you are at the blogs page just below the menu in the upper right, click on "Add a Blog Post". From this point just start your U.F.O.'s (unfinished objects) discussions. Give it a try and let me know how you do.
At 10:41pm on June 24, 2010, Sew4my3 said…
That's funny about your unfinished projects. Yes I have some of the same problem with starting projects and leaving them to set for a while, until I no longer have the desire to finish it. It seems like such excitement when you start the project and can imagine what the finished item will look like until you hit a difficult spot or have to leave it for whatever reason. Then all of the thrill of that project just disappears and you are left with a pile of U.F.O.'s (unfinished objects). So your not alone.
At 7:38pm on June 24, 2010, Sew4my3 said…
Hello ann st clair,
You had left a question for me about what my work consist of at home on the computer, so here is a short answer. I work in communications by way of the computer and work for a German company that is establishing some of it's business here in the states. It is related to the sewing industry and a lot of fun for me.

Also, you were saying something about completing a project that I did not understand, so if you want to shoot that question back to me and clarify, I would love the chance to answer you. Happy sewing!
At 8:11am on April 12, 2010, Angela Kane said…
Not totally up to speed with how this forum works so I am not sure if I have already replied to your comment about my patterns.

Everyone wants me to do a wider range of sizes. This is now my priority so after I finish my second series of videos 'Making a Dress from Start to Finish' I will be revising all my basic patterns and grading them for more sizes. Hopefully that will be finished in a week or so. Thanks for your interest.
At 3:11pm on September 29, 2009, Laurie C. Fowler said…
I am sorry to have not responded to you before this. I am chronically ill and have had a recent flare up. As a nurse I have been exposed to a bug called MRSA - which is just a form of "staph "that we all have on our skins at all times. Mine has become resistant to Penicillin, s traditional antibiotics don't work. I have an old surgical site in my abdomen that it pockets in. I have had many, many, surgeries. When this flares up, my energy level goes down. If you want, I will go thru my patterns that I either have duplicates of or will never use, and email you their numbers. You can look them up on a site like sewingpatterns.com and if you would like any of them, I will send them to you. I don't care if we trade tit for tat or I just send them to you. I hate to see patterns or material not used. I can tell you that I am a size 20 -22 most of the time. Sometimes I am a 16-18, but usually only if I really try to diet. I also like making purses and hats. I just won some sort of prize last week and I guess I will be receiving a pants pattern, which I can use since I am short waisted and long legged. I would prefer to go to regular email to do the pattern exchange, if it is allowed! I get confused on this web site. My email is [fridayanne@cox.net]. If you are uncomfortable doing this, just let me know and I will try to muddle through finding you on this site. I live in Tucson, Arizona. Where do you live? What kind of patterns were you interested in? I hate to sound like I'm not paying attention but I am also trying to deal with my declining 100year old grandmother and all of my siblings. I just think it is better to trade mailing addresses off this web site. Let me know what you think and again I am sorry I took so long to respond. Working the midnight shift alters lifestyles as well. Bye for now, Laurie Fowler
At 7:17am on September 19, 2009, Susan said…
Hi Ann,

The only advice I have regarding videos would be to check out the video help page, because everyone has different operating systems, hardware, etc. I could not possibly diagnose the problem. You can join the serger group, all are welcome.

Please let me know exactly which Simplicity Patterns you want, and sizes and I will see what I can do for you. :)
At 8:50am on September 9, 2009, sonja said…
I'm not sure what you mean by 'Where is sewing.com located.' considering it is a website.
At 4:28pm on September 4, 2009, Mary-Anne Watson said…
Hi there Ann;
I have a total of 6 patterns 4 are still new never been cut. these are the new ones Simplicity 4706 sz 18 - 24, 3804 sz 18 - 24; 3990 sz 18 - 24 & butterick 5330 sz 16 - 24. the used ones are Simplicity 5074 sz 18 - 24 & 4699 sz 20 - 28. Sorry i thought that I i had more but I only purchase these when the local store has a sale of $.99 each.
take a look at them and let me know which ones you would like. and that way I can put thme in the post next Friday{pay day}
talk to you soon
Mary-Anne
At 10:40pm on September 3, 2009, Mary-Anne Watson said…
Ann,
go ahead and email me with your address that way I can send them to you. but i will also send you the pattern numbers.
At 5:21pm on September 2, 2009, Mary-Anne Watson said…
yes I have a few of the Khaliah Ali that I will not be making. a few of them have never been used. a couple have been.
 
 
 

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