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SEAM QUEEN seamqueen.blog I have changed my domain name to something more sewing related. Zibergirl has matured and perfected her skills. Seamqueen.blog is my new name! Stay tuned for more quilts and other sewing related activities, including alterations!
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I love learning new things, especially when it involves sewing. At the beginning of the year, I joined The Splendid Sampler Quilt Along hosted by Pat Sloan and Jane Davidson. These two are experts in their field! They are teachers, … Continue reading
Pattern: Archer by Grainline Studio Fabric: Liberty Tana Lawn “Queue for the Zoo” SKU: ZOO-G Year: contemporary, and classic Notions: thread, buttons, interfacing Time to complete: One day to cut, one day to make First worn: January 2016 between rainstorms Wear again? It’s … Continue reading
Fabric: Navy Blue Wool and silky turquoise lining Pattern: Vogue 8884 View B Year: Classic (this design dates back to the 1700’s) Notions: Gold metallic buttons with a blue center Accessories: Hand crocheted scarf (made by me) Time to complete: a few weeks First … Continue reading
Handmade Pajama Pants for Daughter Number Three Pattern: Carolyn Pajamas by Closet Case Files Fabric: Cotton Knit Abstract Giraffe Fabric Year: 2015 Classic Pajama Notions: thread and waistband elastic Time to complete: One day First worn: December 25 by my daughter Wear again? She loves them! I won this … Continue reading
Congratulations to all of the kind commenters during my celebratory month of September! There’s been a whirlwind of activities this past month with the marriage of my step-daughter. Friends and family came from all over the the U.S and as far … Continue reading
This is precious! I hope it inspires every woman, young and old, to embrace the art of dressing. Happy Sewing!