Ummm …

Since there isn’t any interest in skirts or making one
What do you want me to write?

18 Responses to “Ummm …”

  • Catherine says:

    I think they are very cute and a smart money saver. I hope to be someday, but as of now I am not a big sewer, not having a sewing machine. I would love to come across one at a garage sale or the like and cut my theeth on it. I do needlepoint and my grandmother recently taught me how to knit.

  • jennifer says:

    Tell us how easy it is to make a quilt. I want to make one for my girls but I don’t know where to start. Once a buy a sewing machine is it easy? BTW as crafty as i would LOVE to be..sadly Im not..or maybe I just don’t have time…but I do want to make something for my girls.
    P.S. I LOVED the purses. Do you make them bigger? I have twin babies so I carry ALOT of stuff.

  • jennifer says:

    Tell us how easy it is to make a quilt. I want to make one for my girls but I don’t know where to start. Once a buy a sewing machine is it easy? BTW as crafty as i would LOVE to be..sadly Im not..or maybe I just don’t have time…but I do want to make something for my girls.
    P.S. I LOVED the purses. Do you make them bigger? I have twin babies so I carry ALOT of stuff.

  • jennifer says:

    Tell us how easy it is to make a quilt. I want to make one for my girls but I don’t know where to start. Once a buy a sewing machine is it easy? BTW as crafty as i would LOVE to be..sadly Im not..or maybe I just don’t have time…but I do want to make something for my girls.
    P.S. I LOVED the purses. Do you make them bigger? I have twin babies so I carry ALOT of stuff.

  • jennifer says:

    Yikes…triplet copies..so sorry. My computer is acting screwy today!

  • Gerbil says:

    My mother & sister quilt… me? I’m a DISASTER with a needle. Someday, perhaps, I shall quilt.

  • Leah says:

    I addored them, but we are sick over here and I am too far behind on my bloglines to comment much.
    I want a tote too! But my husband might not be happy what with our moratorium on buying fun things.

  • Raehan says:

    There WAS interest in your skirts and all your sewing. I was reading you on bloglines. Sorry. I have been busy being domestic, too, and trying to be healthy.
    Write about…whatever you want.
    I loved wrap around skirts when I was a girl. Would they make my hips look big now? Hmmm….I don’t know.

  • Pam says:

    Angie, you could write about paint drying (and I think you have…) and I’d be on the edge of my seat reading. lol
    The wrap skirt seems like an easy first project to try. Thanks for the tutorial.

  • renn says:

    Would you be willing to walk me through making a baby blanket? I have the soft material and the border, but have no idea where to go from there.

  • MommaK says:

    I would like you to write about sucking out some of your brain juice and injecting it in to mine. Do you have a pattern or a recipe for that? Hmmmm?
    xo

  • Jackie Jacobs says:

    I love the wrap skirt idea! And the bag is adorable too! Yes, I sew and have tried wrap skirts. This looks like the easiest one ever! Thanks for sharing!

  • Julia Parker says:

    Thanks for the Wrap Skirt pattern. I love things that are simple yet lend themselves to all kinds of embellishments…trims, multi buttons; how about hand-painting some interesting scenes or designs. Thanks for giving me some inspiration! Julia

  • Gina B says:

    love the skirt.. thanks, have an elderly friend looking for just this info. Also searching for how to convert sweat pants into skirts. She likes the warmth of the pants but has trouble putting them on now. Any ideas on this. I found you through All Crafts.net, thank them too
    Any help you can share would be greatly appreciated.

  • Angie says:

    The way pants are cut would require additional material to convert to a skirt. I have seen it done. I have never done it myself. I am sorry I can’t help you more.

  • I would like to see a pattern for the totes you made, they are lovely.

  • edna says:

    lovely easy wrap tutorial.been looking around the web for one for ages!

  • Catherine says:

    Thank you for posting the wrap skirt pattern on line. I bought a wrap skirt on yesterday and studied it. I know I can make on with out a pattern. After searching on line, I found this pattern, and I am more than confident that I can make this skirt.

    Thanks very much.

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