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Okay, I’m in love with this Christmas Tree Swiss Edging! As the holidays approach I don’t always have time for a labor intense dress and this dress proves that you can have awesome without handwork or smocking. I used pattern #146, featherwale corduroy and made a slight variation […]Read More
“Made by Elizabeth Thetford for my grandson. I used imperial broadcloth for the romper and imperial batiste for the collar. The collar has a little chick insertion and is trimmed with Swiss trim. I shamelessly copied and bought all supplies from Beth’s Heirloom Sewing in Wetumpka!” Thank you […]Read More
I’m so excited to give you a peek inside Classic Sewing magazine’s Holiday Issue. For my article, I chose tea dyed tatting and a simple embroidery design using pattern #119. Wanting less holiday and more of a winter look, a color pallet of white, ecru and pale […]Read More