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  1. Tiffany says

    I was so looking forward to the sew along but have decided now is just not the right time for me. =( I’m in the midst of planning my mom’s 60th birthday party and most of my “spare” time is going to that right now. I’m hoping to follow your instructions sometime in the next couple of months.Thanks for doing this! I’m not quite sure how I found your blog, but I think maybe you might have a connection with Quest church in Seattle? We live in Seattle, went to SPU, and have friends there.

  2. Elicia says

    Hello,
    I stumbled on your blog and love it! Do you ever ship your stuff? I would love a birthday number shirt. Just to let you know live in ontario, canada. Let me know if you’d be willing to make me one. :)
    thanks!
    Elicia

  3. says

    I just came across your blog and I’m so inspired by your little girl clothing! I have two girls of my own and would love to sew some knit dresses and leggings for each of them. Can you please tell me where you get your knit fabrics, especially the tissue tee material? I have the hardest time finding them! Thank you so much!
    ~Jen~

  4. says

    Thank you so much for taking part in Dolly Donations: Sending Love 1 Dolly at a Time! What a lovely blog you have here … i think i’m going to try one of your skirts for my little girl :)
    Feel free to send me photos of your finished dollies and i’ll pop you on the DD blog :)
    Thanks again and Happy Sewing!
    Sarah

  5. says

    Where do you buy your rib knit for the neck of “go to dress”? I love this pattern. I had inherited some rib binding from a relative and have used it all up making the dress. I have 3 little girls and need one more dress to keep everyone happy. Do you have a source for the rib knit binding?

  6. Karen Nguyen says

    Hi There,
    I took a quick browse at your page and couldn’t help to stop and write a brief sentence.
    You are wonder women. Having 3 children, creative talents and finding the time to write in your blog is amazing to me.
    Keep up the great work!!

  7. Rio says

    I have just discovered your blog and I must say that I adore it.
    I do have to ask though, where do find the time? Even with 4 children you still manage to find the time to sew for all of them and to update your blog regularly. I think that you must be some sort of super woman, or maybe you have discovered the secret to time travel.
    I have one daughter and another on the way and I can’t keep up with all that you do. Please tell me your secret.

  8. says

    You were kind enough to stop by my blog and leave a comment on a skirt that I designed.
    http://theorchardinbloom.blogspot.com/2011/08/blog-post.html
    My skirt has been chosen to be in final round of the Shabby Apple dare to design contest – the design with the most votes wins.
    http://blog.shabbyapple.com/2011/08/final-destination.html
    At this point the contest becomes a popularity contest. I am up against bloggers with large followings – that is something I don’t have.
    If you could put a good word in with your followers about this contest and encourage them to vote for me (I am design #14) I would appreciate it.
    Thanks so much for your time.
    Eve

  9. Barbara says

    Hello I purchased a pattern by Figgy for a pinafore and am scared to death to try it. It seems very complicated and was wondering if you would ever consider doing a sew along to the Fiona pinafore pattern? I would love to do a sew a long with this pattern if you would do it. Thank you for your consideration.

  10. says

    Hi I hadnt come across your blog before until the Project Run and Play and I now have seen you a few other places. I have skimmed through and gonna subscribe. I was wondering if you live in San Diego. It is rare to find handmade in So Cal and looking for others in the area.

  11. says

    I feel rather silly, but after surfing your site for a while, I couldn’t find where to purchase your patterns for sale. Can you direct me to the right place?

  12. Heidi R. says

    I am just beginning to sew for my daughter, but I am having a difficult time finding knit/jersey fabric in any stores in my area (mostly a quilting area). Just wondering if you would recommend any online sites to purchase fabric? Thanks