SquirrelHead wrote:I broke a needle on the sewing machine last night. Today on the way home I picked up a few heavy duty needles and now it is back to the grind.
Ratty wrote:Emily, You inspired me to the paint box. It's almost last call for spray painting and covering up logos. What I lack in talent I make up in enthusiasm.
Ratty wrote:Yea Emily, I missed em too. Any pictures?
CarrieSnarf wrote:First.. I just have to say AAAAARRRRRRGGHHHHH. Okay, I feel better. I am an inexperienced sewer- I have my own machine (lower end brother model), but I"ve only made seven or so things... mostly costumes. My friend who used to work in a costume shop likes to laugh at me because I like to try things way outside of my skill level.
CarrieSnarf wrote: But the stupid mother @#$%()* sleeves are driving me mad. The are the last step. Baste lining to fabric on jacket and sleeves. Fine. Ease stiches around top of sleeve... okay... then pin in place and try using some form of arcane wizardry to distribute the fabric around. I used a long straight machine stich for my ease. The sleeves look dumb. uneven and poofy. I've tried it three different times. Is there an easier way that this? Is this just a dumb pattern? help.
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