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Isn't that Heirloom Sewing class by Sue Stewart great? I was fascinated watching her so easily turn out lovely garments. And I think I also own the one on drafting patterns from existing garments.

I love how your pintucks and cathedral window trim down the front of the blouse is coming along! And I see you discovered the trick of tucking first and cutting out the pattern later! You can add tucks to anything like that. And it's harder to do, but the tucks don't have to be on grain. It's possible to make them chevron across the front of a bodice. FYI

Love all the handwork from the crochet to the counted cross, to the paper piecing. Having something in our hands to work is so satisfying.

Thank you for a lovely post. May your coming delivery of this baby be easy and blessed.


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