Monthly Archives: February 2011

Hillllarious!

The other day while shopping at my local Salvation Army I came across this beauty How could I NOT buy it?  The fabulous 70sishness, the feathered hair, the polyester pants, obviously this pattern was made in the days when polyester … Continue reading

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Trendy Trend Trend

I have gone a bit trendy with this garment, I think.  It is hard to know if I am being trendy or not because I feel like I am not especially up on the latest fashion goings on and also … Continue reading

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The Laws of Sewing Nature

Montanachic’s 1st Law of Sewing Nature The bobbin of the sewing machine will ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS run out while the sewer is sewing a difficult seam.  Said sewer will NEVER, NEVER, NEVER notice the empty bobbin until he/she is done … Continue reading

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It IS Easy Being Green

Well Roberto (my serger) and I finished the knit top we were working on on valentines day.  I did a copycat of an old worn out  Banana Republic shirt I have had for a couple of years.  I just cut … Continue reading

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A valentines tribute to Roberto

Ah Roberto Last night you were there for me You understood the problems I was having You offered solutions We worked together better than we have in months I know there are times I threaten you with death And times … Continue reading

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Cheater Sewing

On occasion I like to do some t-shirt refashions, or as I like to think of them “cheater sewing”.  I mean I guess it is technically sewing because I used a needle and thread but if I didn’t cut anything … Continue reading

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No sewing but still creating

I have been wanting to do a backsplash in my kitchen for a while now but didn’t know what to do .  We have a very open layout with the kitchen/dinning/living rooms so there is not a lot of wall … Continue reading

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