Category Archives: Laws of Sewing Nature

The Fourth Law

Montanachic’s 4th Law of Sewing Nature-  When hand sewing a hem the thread will invariably get a knot in it 3 stitches before said hem is complete.  If this does hot happen the thread will be 1 inch too short. … Continue reading

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The Third Law

Montanachic’s 3rd Law of Sewing Nature- When trying to find the perfect fabric in the perfect color the fabric store will never have said fabric.  After the seamstress has “settled” on something else and sewed it up the aforementioned perfect … Continue reading

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The Second Law

Montanachic’s 2nd Law of Sewing Nature- When sewing from one’s stash the fabric chosen for a project will always be 2-5 inches too short for said project.   Sigh, frustration, I will make it through this somehow 😦

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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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