Date: 08-19-2003, 08:58 AM (1 of 2)
I knew it was too good to be true - a sewing class a block from my house.
I logged on to my public library yesterday and requested some books on fitting and sewing. Good thing, because as I drove past the sewing shop last night, there was a sign on the door saying the store is closing, and she'll be working from her house. When I got home there was a voicemail telling me she's trying to pull a schedule together, and she'll get back to me.
Part of me wants to call and ask what happened, but she did say she'd get back to me, so I don't want to be a stalker sewing student
I'm very bummed out, but at least my current project is easy enough for me to do on my own. I'm making a medieval costume for the King Richard's Faire. It's kind of hard to mess up a plain full dress and rectangle tunic tied at the waist with a belt!
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Date: 08-19-2003, 11:00 AM (2 of 2)
You can have fun with braid and so on with costume too. I found a great chain belt to go with a gown, that worked a treat - and cutain tyeback cord makes fab trim!
love and kisses, Jan
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