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As Heidi says on Project Runway, “I’m sorry, you’re out.” After making it to the simi-finals on the Super Online Sewing Match hosted by Sew Mama Sew, I received that same disappointing news. But I dare not dwell on it. Other … Continue reading
Update: I was eliminated in round four. 😦 One of these talented ladies: Leah, Shannon, or Teresa, will win the grand prize during round 5. Here’s my entry for Round Four of the Super Online Sewing Match II: The Carolyn Pajamas … Continue reading
Here’s my entry for Round Three of the Super Online Sewing Match II: The Caravan Tote and Pouch. Kudos to Sew Mama Sew for coming up with another project that allows us to give it our personal touch. I’m thoroughly enjoying competing with such … Continue reading
Here’s my entry for Round Two of the Super Online Sewing Match II. All eight of the remaining contestants were sent the Marianne Dress pattern by Christine Haynes and a gift certificate to purchase fabric at FabricWorm.com. I love their selection … Continue reading
I made it to round two of the Super Online Sewing Match along with 7 other contestants! Visit my previous blog post if you haven’t seen my round one entry yet. For round two, we have to make the Marianne Dress by … Continue reading
Hello friends! Here’s my entry for the first round of sewing in the Super Online Sewing Match II. Our patterns and gift certificates for fabric arrived on June 24 and we had 7 days to make our version of the … Continue reading
What pattern did you use? For my New-To-Me dress I chose the Cambie Dress by Sewholic. I liked this pattern because of the sizing that is made especially for the pear- shaped gal. Now that’s me! I’m always grading smaller at … Continue reading