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Just some of the highlights of 2015! I pledged not to buy RTW clothes and made all of my own. I posted my makes to The Monthly Stitch, Kolabora, and Sewist as well as to my blog at Zibergirl.com. I … Continue reading
Hello and Happy October! Before the weather turns cold, I wanted to make one last light-weight cotton blouse. I chose Lekala 4452 for it’s vintage style and simplicity. There are only 5 pattern pieces, and no zipper, buttons, or facings. … Continue reading
Hi sewing friends! The Monthly Stitch has just announced this year’s Indie Pattern Contests during the month of June 2015! There are tons of great prizes and discount codes from the sponsors. I want to encourage everyone to join in … Continue reading
Happy Birthday TMS! What a great year it has been too. I appreciate all of your time and effort in creating and managing this wonderful site. You have given us the opportunity to come together and share our common interests. Thank … Continue reading
Even though I didn’t win during The Monthly Stitch Sewing Challenge, it was great fun to play along. Many of the sewers had outstanding and creative garments in the weekly challenges, so it was really hard to choose. I appreciate any … Continue reading
For the last contest on “The Monthly Stitch“, I made a polka-dot cotton dress with red decorative stitching and a box purse from a piece of heavy weight plaid cotton canvas and blue brocade satin lining. I’m very happy with … Continue reading
Again, as I did for my own sparkly bow back top around Christmas, I used Lekala Sewing Pattern Company pattern # 4284. I input the measurements of the girls I made them for, and then printed the patterns out and taped them together. … Continue reading
For this post I’m sharing a video tutorial on the quick and easy steps for putting together Lekala pattern #4324. I used a novelty quilting fabric from Beverly’s to test the pattern. It’s quite charming with black fashion magazine text … Continue reading