Monthly Archives: September 2014

End of September

The last day of September. I wore this dress again, made from 1950’s fabric from a 1950’s pattern. The gift I gave was a home made pot holder to Edna. I prayed for John, yes. And the photo prompt was … Continue reading

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still

I wore one of the OPOW skirts. It’s the same fabric as the pj pants. Now there are only scraps left. The gift I gave is a surprise for a friend in Texas, something she asked for way back in … Continue reading

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My baby needs an angel

  I made another skirt out of a discarded shirt of my son’s. I simply cut off the lower portion, turned it so the side seams were front and back, made a slight rise on the back, took in the … Continue reading

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shining

  This was another pajama day, so I made a new pair of pj pants. They have very wide legs and are saggy, baggy over all.  I like room, so I made them big. Here’s the tag: Today, the gift … Continue reading

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love is all you need

This is my 8th and final Sorbetto. I think. This fabric was left over from another project, but not enough to make a shirt. So other fabric was placed along the hem and used for sleeves. It was a dragon … Continue reading

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indigo

Yay! I made the indigo Sorbetto, and now I have one of every color of the rainbow. And I took another selfie in the mirror. I prayed for John, all day. The gift I gave was taking Mudge for a … Continue reading

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Dancing in September

Here’s the shirt I refashioned from the refashion of the Ecuadorian muumuu.. It was a little too short, so the band was added at the bottom. Here’s a detail of the embroidery. I’m praying for John and beginning to see … Continue reading

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