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Dresses for Missions #38

Last weekend I made Dress #38: I had to give a talk at church about our ministry, Dresses for Missions, and figured that I needed an example to show. My friend Jamie had sent me this really fun material and … Continue reading

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Two Small Sewing Projects

I haven’t done a lot of sewing because my sewing room is so stifling hot in the summer. I had two projects, though, that just wouldn’t leave my brain until I had made them into a reality. I felt better … Continue reading

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An Easter Project

It all started with a picture similar to this: Brandon, our choir director and church environment extraordinaire, decided that he wanted to do something similar for Easter. Could we (meaning me) do it? It didn’t look too hard so I … Continue reading

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Dresses For Missions… Finally!

Yes, it’s been a while. It’s not for lack of materials, either. Other hobbies have taken up my time. However, I purchased some cotton batik when I was working on the chasuble for Advent that didn’t end up getting used. … Continue reading

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Homemade Christmas Gifts

Jay and I are incredibly lucky to know a lot of talented people. I showed you some of the homemade gifts that we received in a post a few days ago. One of the gifts that we were given were … Continue reading

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An Advent Chasuble – Part Final!

The collar. *sigh* Where do I begin to tell a story of how finicky a collar can be? A true painful story that is older than a week? Where do I start? (Extra points to you if you know which … Continue reading

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An Advent Chasuble – Part 4

This was our blank purple canvas. Depending on what type of person you are you could look at it in a couple of ways. One person might think that it’s quite exciting to have so many different variations at your … Continue reading

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