Ottobre Top Saves the Evening!
Saturday October 27th, was the day for me to sew my Jacket. I've been excited to start and get this project going. I've been plague by illness during the October month, so when I began to feel better last week, I was happy.
I started to cut my interfacing…Continue
By Laura Grace Weldon
Those of us who want to live more artfully, frugally, and with a hands-on approach tend to run up against those ever hungry monsters, Time and Money. That’s where green crafter Maya Donenfeld comes in. Her focus is on reinventing everyday materials into useful items for the family, effectively taming those monsters.…Continue
Added by Susan on October 29, 2012 at 7:22am — No Comments
I have always been fascinated with tutu dresses, the numerous strips of tulle, the translucent fabric and the ruffles and waves all feel so feminine and delicate. I could make the skirt easily but the top always stumped me, it had to match the sophistication of the tulle yet it had to comfortable and stretchy enough so little kids don't feel scratchy or uncomfortable. All those questions were answered when I saw the various tutorials with…
Added by camomma on October 25, 2012 at 1:05pm — No Comments
Taking October by the horn has put me in overdrive. I've completed view E of Simplicity 2892. Feeling like I could not wrap my mind around the yoke instructions. I almost gave up, it got a bit fuzzy at step 8, but made sense after a while.…Continue
Added by Renata on October 13, 2012 at 1:30pm — No Comments
BY CARLA ALLEN
A creative seamstress came up with the idea of incorporating braille on the back of a quilt she gave her blind friend.
Elaine Shukys is in her second year of Human Services/Community Services studies at the Nova Scotia Community College Burridge campus.
Recently, she agreed to assist Susan Casey, a resident of Villa St. Joseph, at a four-day faith and sharing retreat at Saint Ambrose parish. It was an event that Casey had been…Continue