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It feels weird sharing stuff as if everything is the same as ever. But it isn’t, is it? Anxiously reading the news. Wondering if our travel plans are going to have to be cancelled (they’re in late June so…) Wondering

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Kitty Tops!

Sharing all these tops out of order feels a little weird. I just haven’t pushed the girls to wear them. I just get pictures when they do. Good thing they like to match! The other day, E and V wore

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A Couple Baseball Tees

I went through a short blitz of sewing tops for the girls while they were at camp, hoping to finish up some stashed fabric. (Spoiler alert: I didn’t.) They each got 2. One of them was the T-shirt V is

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Jalie Simone

When Jalie’s new collection came out, my eyes zoomed straight onto the Simone Wide-Leg Shorts and Pants pattern. Those pants had E’s name written all over them. After I’d finished my two tops, I went to work on them. I’m

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Jalie Mimosa

This is the top of all the delays. I cut it out in December and it stayed there. I lost use my sewing space for a bit but I’ve had it back for months now. And yet, the top didn’t

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Working Through Precious Fabric 1

I decided last Spring that I was going to use up my special fabrics. The St James ponte from Mood (coming up soon; well, one of them). The Liberty of London that I bought two years ago at Liberty of

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Trio of Exercise Tops

I bought this fabric a long time ago at, uh, Spandex world? Yes. Spandex World. It’s moisture wicking stuff apparently and I chose it because it reminded me of the cosmic microwave background. Yes, yes it was a Project Run

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