Bernadette Banner, Historical Sewist, shows her limited everyday wardrobe and speaks to the problem of fast fashion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HXhW6nTCuo
On May 4th, I shared several cotton fabrics that I intended to make into summer dresses for myself. I really like lemon prints so, of course, I started with the lemon fabric. If you don't remember, this is the pattern that I wanted to make. The version with the sleeves and collar. Being super excited… Continue reading Lemon Dress
I am excited and happy that we are finally teaching motorcycle safety classes again! Because of Covid there has been a break in teaching for the last 4 months. While all of us instructors have been cooling our heels, statistics show that motorcylce sales have gone way up. Now that we are back to teaching,… Continue reading Workbasket – Teaching Again! 😀
Ever since I was a teenager, I have admired Nash Metropolitan cars. While returning home from a five mile run we passed this lovely lady: I had to go back and pet her! She needs a little work, but isn't she lovely?
Many people before myself have talked about the "A Facsimile Edition of Weldon's Practical Needlework" books. My set of 12 books was printed in 2005 by Piecework Magazine. Each book is a bound copy of 12 issues of Weldon's Practical Needlework newsletters, one for each month of the year that they were originally published in. … Continue reading Weldon’s Practical Needlework