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One of my favorite bloggers and sewers, Beth Huntington, of the RenegadeSeamstress, is sharing her talents, tips, and tricks in an upcoming Burda Style web-seminar! One of her specialties is refashioning. She’s very creative and talented and has many wonderful ideas … Continue reading
This is one of the pieces made by my teacher, Tari Kerss, a very talented textile artist. Here’s her website. TariKerss.com. It’s never too late to learn new things so off to school I go! I know I will love … Continue reading
This was an awesome week! My husband and I celebrated our retirement with our friends and colleagues from school, we had a lovely and long overdue dinner together with some of our dearest friends, and my youngest came to visit … Continue reading
Retirement Celebration Dress Fabric: 100% cotton from Beverly’s half off table (5.00 @ yd.) Lavender Floral Print Pattern: McCalls 6696 Year: contemporary Notions: thread, buttons Time to complete: off and on for the last 3 weeks First worn: May 23 … Continue reading
Friday was the last day of school for me this year. I’m out early because I’m having surgery on Monday. It was hard saying good-bye to the kids. They have been a very enjoyable group of students. One student planned … Continue reading
Tomorrow I’ll wear pink along with my fellow teachers. I also made a cake to add to our pot luck lunch. I guess we’ll all commiserate together.
Willits Unified Scool District staff, parents, and students are encouraged to wear pink to show support for teachers who will be pink slipped due to drastic budget cuts this year and next. We’ll have fewer staff, fewer programs, and activities … Continue reading