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A few of our favorite things!

While the world is in an elastic crave and drought we're taking this time to focus on a few of our favorite things to share with you.

Perfect for snipping and clipping and gentle embroidery work! Tula Pink Large Ring Micro Tip Scissor - and to make sure you don't lose them pick up a Smartneedle Sizo - Scissor Lanyard But of course, you'll need a book of couture sewing techniques and we keep this on hand as a constant resource "The Dressmaker's Handbook of Couture Sewing Techniques: Essential Step-by-Step Techniques for Professional Results" Of course, there's my sewing bible and absolute personal favorite "How To Start Sewing" by Assembil Books I was always taught that if you're going to sew big four patterns invest in their books. Who better to explain Voge than Vogue right? So I'm suggesting "The Vogue Sewing Book of Fitting, adjustments, and Alterations" Hey, do you ever find yourself wanting to create and keep your patterns using a stronger medium? If so check out " International Design Supplies: Manila Pattern Paper Weight:125, 48" X 100' " We use tones of this manila paper and hang the patterns up in a closet for future use. Don't forget to add some drafting paper to help you trace or create your patters my suggestion would be "Alpha Numeric Dotted Marking Paper (48" X 10 Yards)" I would also be remiss if it were not mentioned to find your fabrics at

These are just a few of my personal favorites and there are tons more but we'll start slow with listing for now. Check them out and let me know what you think!

Enjoy and happy creating!

Roni G.

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