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I love the Simmons' work. But the commercial nature of this video made me laugh. Of course Lion Brand LOVES scarves that require you to buy 9 different skeins of yarn. Great stash busting idea, though.
Is this the same as the reversible tulip hat you're selling on Etsy? I really want to try this. Maybe I can get my teen to make a hat and quit baking her face. She will SO regret it some day.
This is darling. You did a fabulous job.
This book looks like it could be helpful for any small space makeovers.
Very lovely. Great gift idea.
I did it! My mom will love it. I used lace from my Great Grandmother's stash. And it folds up into a little rectangle that will fit in the card! I'm off to the post office....
Thanks again for this great tutorial.
Kayte - this is a great Mother's Day project. I'm frantically calling my local quilt and fabric shops looking for a water soluble stabilizer. Would you mind telling me what you used? Will Sulky® Solvy™ work? It doesn't say anything on their website about being able to iron it. Is that an undocumented feature? Thanks so much.
Fabulous idea. Love it love it love it.
Great idea. So many darling pillow cases at the thrift stores!
Woohoo - thanks SO much!
LOL. These are so funny. I don't have anything original to add. But, I was just inspired to think up a semi-solution to the bobbin issue. If I know the project will require more than one, why not wind two or three at the beginning? Doh. At least that saves rethreading the top thread.
And the people who suggest that I should quit my job to sell my work? Riiiiight - that would likely mean cutting my pay to about 1/5th - soooo realistic.
Looks interesting - wish I could see photos of projects. I guess I'll just have to win it. ;)
Aaack - I think I've thrown out rings like that because I didn't know what to do with them. I'm always grabbing those grab bags of wonder at the thrift stores, the contents of somebody's Grandma's sewing closet. Anyhow - this is a FABULOUSLY detailed and DELIGHTFUL post.
My Grandma taught me to crochet. It took me awhile to get the hang of turning around, too. :)
SA is my favourite thrift store, too! The cashmere sweaters are usually $4.50 - but sometimes half-price!
I have a shoebox full of white buttons. This is fabulous.
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