Re: [TheCostumersManifesto] Doesn't Everyone? LOL
- Hehehe, sounds like me...
> "Shall we modify this a bit for the times??
> To prepare yourself for sewing, put on undergarments that
> you would wear
> with the garment you are working on. This will allow you
> to strip down to
> them in the sewing room for quick and accurate fittings.
> Over said
> undergarments, throw on your most comfortable pair of
> sweats, only if they
> are ratty, and a t-shirt, preferably one with paint
> and/or cooking stains on
> the front. Explain to your children that you will be in
> the sewing room.
> They are welcome to play Nintendo till their thumbs go
> numb, and there is a
> fresh box of Twinkies in the pantry. They won't starve.
> If there is blood,
> or breakage, they should come get you. If your hair is
> long enough, scrape
> it back out of your face with whatever is handy. Dig in
> your scrap pile for
> a piece of ribbon or selvage if necessary. Shoes are
> optional. Make up
> will only get on your garment as you try it on, so leave
> that off. Too, it
> will mar the effect of the chalk-o-liner chalk on your
> cheek. Lipstick will
> come off on the heads of your pins when you stick them in
> your mouth. Since
> the lipstick could then get onto your fabric, leave that
> off too. Save up
> all the good cuss words you heard during the week, use
> them, generously,
> when things are not going smoothly."
> now THAT's more like it!
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