Hello all... It is that time again. My sewing room is, again, back in disarray. I am focusing on the carpet, mainly, at this time. However, in order to do the flooring, I need and must remove everything that takes up floor space. I want you to join in once again, as I attempt to get this place the way I want. The first in a series is up on my channel. Carpet and Flooring: Sewing Room Decorating Series The last sewing room tour I did was back in 2016 when I participated in a spring cleaning blog hop. Last year, I also did another studio tour (2017) on video, showing the horrible condition of my sewing room. It has been a long while since I shared. Maintaining that "blog look" is very difficult. If you look at Pinterest, you could end up with "comparisitus" (my new word) and develop feelings that something is wrong with your own space. However, when I watch youtube videos of people sharing on video their sewing room tours, it makes sense that "
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Recently, I did a fabric haul on my youtube channel, about a few pieces I got while traveling. During my trip, I couldn't think of anyone to share my escapades with other than my trusty "online and IRL" sewing community. I was intent on taking pictures, documenting information of the locations and getting all the information on the stores I wanted to visit. I even wanted to remember the names of the associates at each store that assisted me in my quest to explore. My extra time spent from my family during my trip, was focused on sharing. The problem I found with planning a travel haul, was when I got back home. I had all but forgotten everything. I had to comb through all the sightseeing footage in my phone and camera SD cards just to find the pictures and videos from my Instagram -stories and snippets of the short videos I took while "collecting" sewing related memories for you. Crowded Faces Cotton Lawn and Hemp/Organic Cotton yarn dyed jersey ,
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The aim with most of us in the sewing community is to work every day to get that perfect fit and to cross back and forth from one pattern company's patterns to another searching for a well fitted pattern. Would it be politically correct to say, in my opinion, that your search has been misdirected and ill-informed? YouTube Video: Grading -vs- Fit Which comes First? Searching for a perfect solution in a pre-drafted "pattern" which was based on a set of measurements, not your own, is always going to be problematic, thereby, creating never-ending obstacles for the average seamster. Yes, you read that right, Andrea, the tissue fitting, pattern measuring, "sometimes" muslin making, paper slashing/spreading pattern geek just admitted the God's honest truth. Fit is not just checking for symptoms to determine a "fix" for each separate pattern. Fit is an intuitive process that is understood only when a connection is made between the flat pat