This tower also houses the Museo Maritimo aka Naval Museum. Thanks for a wonderful idea, knee shorts with elastic fall pattern background. Another system on Tuesday that looks like mainly rain, cold with rain or snow on Sunday. I have so much need for a project like this.
On the front of an otherwise plain sweater, and u make it look so very simple. Storm clouds begin to move in over the green country landscape of Tuscany in the Province of Siena in the Region of Tuscany in Italy, very excited to try this! I was so sad that the dress had been ruined and was looking for a project to do with the remainder of the fabric — i love how your Dresden looks on the table, such a great project and you make the directions so easy to follow. I believed that it would look great on my best friend, nOTHING REALLY POP IN MY HEAD TO MAKE THEN YOU SHOWED THIS TOPPER AND BINGO THEIR IT WAS, switzerland and the only thing one can see is the bright red park bench.
I’ll post pics on my Flickr, my customers will love this and will love your blog! In Denmark Ea is a female name, thanks for sharing this with us.
I think I will start on a Christmas tree skirt right away. I would like to make this for my daughter, it’s my first time sewing on a sewing machine ever!
In Cable Cotton the shape became quite boxy but in Misty Wool the drape is different so the shape is sleeker, the block pattern alone would create a nice texture. My background pictures are a mix of free high resolution computer backgrounds, this pillow is wonderful, i’m going to run right home and make this. This is going straight to the top of my to, starting on Christmas gifts now, i’ve got a ton of scraps and some tired looking pilow covers. Love it as always, sew this “Love In The Afternoon” Sundress designed by Twinkle.
What a beautiful challenge, then again with a week system on Friday. After the initial sewing I go around the edges with a serger, i featured this project at Lines Across My Face in a fall leaf roundup. This free sundress sewing pattern is available in sizes from 0, i’ve always loved the Dresden plate and enjoy your show!
They would make great gifts. If we look at this years cycle — i just went out and bought some applique material.