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craftysandra - 08/10/2016 12:43:17
   
Something a bit different
from me. Added a LO with some machine stitching down the edge. Just trying something a bit different for a change. Sandra
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ginnyc - 08/10/2016 23:27:36
   
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Of to have a look

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ceej2 - 09/10/2016 14:32:18
   
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Nice job of the stitching...you clearly know what you are doing. I used stitching in art journal projects when I was in US but I am stil a bit scared of sewing machines (after the stitched finger incident ) and don't own one..but there are lots of craft projects that can be improved with a little stitching and I have considered a mini one...but I would need lessons...
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craftysandra - 09/10/2016 14:39:04
   
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Yes I know what I'm doing made my own wedding dress and bridesmaid dress, various outfits throughout the years and continued until the girls got to an age where they didn't want things mum had made :o :o :o :o I made their gingham school dresses at junior school. it has come back full circle though as eldest wanted a 'Winters soldier' jumper so she bought the fleece and pattern for me to make her one. Have now bought a cheaper machine to use just for my LO's
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ceej2 - 09/10/2016 17:55:52
   
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You definitely know what you are doing....I would love to have sewing talent like that. How wonderful to be able to make clotges... and wedding dress WOW! If they ever make idiot proof machines that set themselves up and fix any of my errors I will buy one.. .until then I think I'll leave it to the experts :lol:
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