Monday, September 17, 2007

A Knip top

Some of you may already seen my review on PR, but DD wants to learn sewing. I love that these skills are passed from mother to daugther. My grandmother sewed a little, my mother a bit more, and I can't seem to stop, so where does that lead my DD in the future?
Though it does not always work, my sister can't even sew a new seam in a pair of RTW pants, she just never was interested and still couldn't care less about sewing. Am I lucky with my daugther.

Besides that, DD is trying to knit. That's something I've given up on a long time ago. I can do it, and even knitted complex patterns, but after a serious RSI problem 10 years ago I stopped, and don't feel like starting again.
But it is very nice to see how the seed of love for fabrics, yarns and patterns grows (but primarily in the female line).

2 comments:

  1. Oh, you should definitely be a proud mother!
    My grandmother is a seamstress (couldn't help me very much, she lives far away from me), my mother used to sew as a hobby.
    My sister sews too even if she's not so passionate about it. She does it because she needs to (she's very small and she doesn't like children clothes)
    So, I guess it is a love that goes from one generation to another...

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  2. Very nice top, I am getting my girls sewing these holidays. I got them a 'cool' pattern and they are excited already. See how it actually pans out before I get too happy. :)

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