Maybe we should start the guild of the Flying Pin
--- Kass McGann <historian@...
> Professional seamstresses occasionally put sleeves
> on upside down and
> sew pant legs together too! Especially when they're
> tired and not
> paying attention.
> No one ever gets to the point that they're perfect.
> They just get to
> the point where they can figure out what they did
> wrong more quickly.
> But my pin cushion still takes flight across the
> room every time I
> work on a long project. =)
> --- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, "Jenn Carter"
> <jenn@f...> wrote:
> > I've been following these posts as a lurker, but
> wanted to say that
> as someone who also started out doing just straight
> lines and now
> have been machine sewing for over 10 years, I still
> occaisonally put
> sleeves on upside down or sew pant legs together.
> Experience counts
> for a lot, paying attention to what you're doing
> counts for more.
> > Lady Alamanda de Claret
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > I once taught a person to sew by having her
> start by
> > hemming tea towels. I learned to sew by making
> > cases. If using a sewing machine, practice on
> > something like this until you get the feel of
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