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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothel View Post
    I love that dress, I have it pinned on pinterest! I'm not game to try it yet, I'm only starting out and I'm still at the skill level of join-the-dots They make it look so easy!
    ETA would love to see the finished dress

    **Nothing spells as goof as typo splats**
    Try The Purl Bee dotcom. There's lots of easy stuff in the sewing section for those just starting out..blankets and sundresses and bloomers etc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gothel View Post
    That's true, the patterns can be really confusing. I had the help of a dressmaker to learn how to follow them and I'm finally getting the hang of it.
    Hey that would be cool, our own sew along! I'll have a look at it in the morning, I might take you up on that (Dh will be oh so thrilled if I head off to spotlight again lol

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    haha whooley dooley i spent $120 at spotlight yesterday that was just for a few tools and enough material to make 3 dresses i can't believe it i thought making them would be cheaper lol.

    Are you gunna do it?? i thought the pattern was super easy but i'm a bit stuck and mum won't help because she doesn't want to come here while the kids are sick grr

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    That pattern you linked looks super dooper cute .... and super dooper easy. Might have to give it a crack and make one for a friends DD

    I soooo need a girl... girl patterns are so much cuter than Boys

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    I love to sew clothes for DD. That dress you like looks very cute, but might not be the easiest choice for a beginner.

    What bit are you stuck on?

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    The dress looks adorable, looking forward to seeing the finished products. I really enjoy sewing but am pretty average. Also my problem is that i am always trying to take shortcuts or attempting sewing clothes which are way too advanced for my level hence have many half finished projects. I have a whole stash of fabrics too. Now that i have dd and ds would really love to make things for them when they are a bit older and i have some free time. Sewing takes me aaages!!!

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    I literally cannot sew a button. My interest in sewing is growing though, I would love to be able to makeMy DD pretty little sundresses. Is sewing something that can be self taught?


 

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