Monthly Archives: October 2014
Here’s another long overdue post (since October), that was waiting for pictures that weren’t entirely blah. The lighting here is pretty poor as we have few overhead lights and the house is surrounded by trees. I depend on the sunniest of … Continue reading
A has the most adorable fat rolls. I can’t get enough of them. Her thighs are always the most challenging part to fit into her clothes and I always feel the urge to jiggle them at changing time. They are that … Continue reading
O firmly believes he will be a dragon for Halloween. All the evidence supports this. Apart from his first Halloween when he was a Dalmatian (He outgrew his Jack-O-Lantern costume before the holiday arrived), which he doesn’t remember, he has always been … Continue reading
I’ve just signed up for kid’s clothing week fall challenge. Yeah, it started on Monday. I have been sewing for the kids all week, so computer stuff (like signing up for the challenge) was put off. So now I’m signed … Continue reading
Okay babies first. Here A is modeling her upcycled sweater dress and leg warmers. This sweater was in great shape, but too short and I have been waiting for cooler weather just for this project. The project is based on the Old … Continue reading
This week we are continuing my series Presents for the Craftroom with a second sewing project to help the creativity flow better and faster. Part 1: Pattern Weights was a tool to work faster Part 2 is for organization. My … Continue reading
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