If you care to learn something about me, know that I love aprons. I will...and do...wear my collection of aprons A LOT, which is the great thing about making more aprons! (There is always someone to give one to as well.) My cooking, my gardening, my housework just isn't right if I'm not wearing an apron, and an apron has more than once saved me from an unexpected change of clothes.…Continue
those stringy things on my right side are my glasses... as a second thought they came off for the picture.
I made simplicity 4070, and added sleeves to the dress. I love cotton dresses, they are casual and comfortable. My husband says my…Continue
I hope you all had a great weekend! I was trying to be as productive as I can here at BeingZhenya and bring to life a refashion I’ve been planning for a while! Transforming a maxi…Continue
I could always picture myself as Jean Harlow (sans blond hair) wearing a long, satin, bias cut 30's evening gown. I found my ticket by sewing up Simplicity's 75th Anniversary pattern, 5876. Finding the pattern, new and uncut, in my size, at a VERY reasonable price before I saw a 'sold' notice...made my persistent waiting pay off! I was excited to challenge my comfort zone by sewing a formal, fully lined, historical garment. It is funny, because this dress did indeed proved to be a…Continue
Sorry about this post going up so late. It was intended for the first week/challenge of the year. With everything being up in the air about whether or not the Sew Weekly challenges are going to continue this year, I wasn't sure what to do for the first week and was a little hesitant to get started. Since I am slowly relearning the sewing skills that I once possessed in an effort to build upon them and learn how to make clothing that is tailored, I figured my first project of the…Continue
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