Noblesville, IN, US

craft interests: crochet, knitting, quilting, sewing, Costume

Member Since: 03/15/2009

recent comments

Re: Book Giveaway: Fabric Blooms

This book would be a great addition to my costume library. I use fabric flowers often on costumes.

Re: Book Giveaway: Mini Quilts

Love quilting, would love to win this book.

Re: Magazine Giveaway: Quilt With Scraps!

I would love to win a copy of this magazine. My friend sews doll clothes, Nana's Creations, and gives me all of the scraps. I have bags and bags of the prettiest materials that I really would like to put to use.

Re: Book Giveaway: Kaffe Fassett's Quilt Grandeur

I love everything about his color choices, his patterns, his books. I would love to be chosen for a copy of this book.

Re: Book Giveaway: Paper Blooms

I would love to have this book. I'm sure some of the patterns would translate to fabric for costumes.

Re: Book Giveaway: Sweater Girls

My about-to-be 14 year-old granddaughter loves clothes from the 30's and 40's. This would be a great book for patterns for sweaters for her.

Re: Two More Chances to Win with BERNINA!

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Re: Win Three Great Patterns from SUEDEsays

I have been sewing for years. I would love to try your designs for my granddaughter.

Re: Book Giveaway: "Sew What You Love"

Would love to add this book to my collection of sewing books.

Re: Project Runway: Season 8 - Finale Part 1

I really don't care who wins now. Michael C. was my favorite and Gretchen should have gone home many weeks ago. Her designs are so blah, boring and just plain dull. I can't say that I would even consider wearing, let alone buy, anything that she makes. I agree with the comment regarding why the judges have them make 10 outfits and then look at only two.
By the way, have you looked at Michael Korrs collection for Fashion Week? Wouldn't buy any of it either!
I would love to meet Michael C. He may just be too nice for the Fashion Industry. I wish him the very best.

Re: How to Make a Bridal T-shirt

Do you own an iron? I believe that I would have pressed the shirt before working on it or photographing it. The project looks fun but the wrinkles are very annoying.