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posted by [personal profile] ginnyvos at 02:12pm on 04/04/2009 under ,
So because I'm avoiding studying for my upcoming exams quite bored, you get more than one post a day.

When I was thinking about how I liked sewing and I had liked it since fourth grade in highschool when I made my first skirt, an imagine of a child-sized pink and white sewing-machine that I moved hell and earth to get my hands on  and that really worked came to mind. I must've been six or somesuch, and I pestered my mom for leftover fabric of which I made clothes for my dolls. In the end the thing broke and I didn't sew again until I was sixteen and wanted a skirt that I couldn't find anywhere in the stores.
So does the past never stop haunting you? Or did I simply never grow out of it? Dunno, but I have to wonder....
 I SO need a sewing icon.
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posted by [identity profile] tshapo-chi.livejournal.com at 12:28am on 05/04/2009
aww... that's cute. i never started sewing until after i moved out of my mom's house (with the exception of needlepoint).

you've done a wonderful job with your sewing. it's a skill that will help you all through your life. enjoy it!!
 
posted by [identity profile] ginnyvos.livejournal.com at 05:55pm on 05/04/2009
It's strange to think of it really; I knew I'd had a long time fascination with sewing my own clothes (I used to 'design' clothing when I was about 11/12. Now I'm really sad I can't find any of the stuff I thought up anymore...) so that was as far back as I know... And than I remembered the sewing machine and... Well... Yeah. Apparently I've been fascinated with clothing and sewing all my life without even knowing?
I'm really glad I took the initiative to find and start a sewing course.

Haha I'm sure it will too. If only because the ability to sew and thus mend clothing will spare me loads of money that would otherwise be spend on buying my and future kids new clothing.

I have a pretty non-conventional figure (short and broad, with less waist than the usual woman) and a pretty critical and 'different' taste in clothing. Sewing will help.
 
posted by [identity profile] liralen.livejournal.com at 08:56pm on 05/04/2009
The past always comes back... always.
 
posted by [identity profile] ginnyvos.livejournal.com at 09:00pm on 05/04/2009
Lol so it seems ^^

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