This is the seam gauge that I showed partially earlier this weak. It's very stable, has no slider, and does not bend. So it's different from the one Ann showed in her post (this was a question from Maree). It is sold out in the shop where they usually still have them here, but the origin is Denmark. Any Danish reader who knows if they are available online somewhere?
And there were a few comments apologizing for not commenting regularly or late. No need to apologize at all!!
I like comments (which blogger doesn't?) but understand completely that life can get in the way of sewing and/or reading blogs and commenting. Even if you read, you don't always feel like commenting. This happens to me too, at the moment I do read the new entries on blogs quickly, but there is not enough time in a day to always place a comment.
My jacket is coming along nicely, but nothing far enough to show you yet.
And I found these. Patterns that I will not use anymore, I've traced them, the sheets are not cut.
Anyone who wants one (or more) of these? If necessary I'll do a draw (next Wednesday).
Leave a comment on this post if you'd like one or more of these, indicating what you would like.
|Mc Call's 5529, sizes 12/20
I've made it, easy pattern. But in wearing it's not my favorite, so I won't make it again. .
|A low-waist jeans pattern from the independent German "Pattern Company".
I bought this before I started blogging, but I made a test garment and the fit is not good for me. Explanations in German and Dutch, not very clear, you need experience in pants making I think.
1 cm seam allowances added.
|Vogue 7302 Out of Print, sizes 14,16,18.
Same story 2 years ago, I have tried View C in a very fluid fabric, in the hope this would be enough not to mark my hips too much. Wouldn't work, it was awful on me. But for someone with a more slender figure in that area, it should be good.
|Knip Mode extra insert from fall last year. The patterns are all for short, average and long sizes.
(1.60 mtr, 1.72 mtr and 1.80 mtr)
Two extra pictures below.