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    I keep my machine & things in a cupboard in the spare room, and haul everything out & take over the dining room table.

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    I actually had time to do some sewing today! Got a bit more of my bunting done. There are 52 triangles!!

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    Mines in our bedroom! I'd take a pic but it's a pigsty haha. Unsure what I'll do when this bub arrives as the girls are takin our room n we will take the smallest bedroom :/

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    I was hoping to get a bit of sewing done today so I can put the iron & ironing board away (they're set up in the kitchen/dining area right in the way of everything!) but DD has been a bit high maintenance today & I've barely gotten anything done!

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    I've completely taken over the kitchen table. School dresses project 2015; five done, two to go and now the toddler is demanding dresses too. I'm making a lot of Japanese patterns as they don't like fastenings either.

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    Japanese style school dresses? I'm interested! All the school dresses I've ever seen have been button-down style.

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    I made this cushion for dd's room today

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
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    I made this cushion for dd's room today
    Wow, I love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zombie_eyes View Post
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    I made this cushion for dd's room today
    Ive made a couple of these they are awesome

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    This is the pattern I made yesterday but in a dress;
    https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/44126730@N07/12769691804/
    I can't seem to upload my own pictures yet.

    They are patterns from Japan not always in Japanese style, though I did make a jacket the other day that's quite oriental. The pattern books are cheap $20 for 20 patterns.


 

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