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The new book "Everyday Living-Make It & Sell It" has arrived.
Here are the front and back covers. There are lots of fun projects.
Elizabeth, my daughter, who has very limited sewing experience tried her hand at the mitered edge napkins and they turned out perfectly. I have a technique that is super simple.
Bye for now
Posted at 12:50 PM | Permalink
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Hi Cindy -
Is it OK to make aprons from your Retro Patterns, design and sell them? Thanks, Kathy in Ahwatukee!
Kathy Kulik |
December 30, 2010 at 03:50 PM
My policy is the same for all of my books and that is "YOU are allowed
to make and sell as many as YOU are able to make and sell. Just
you...no helpers." So stitch away!
All my best,
Cindy Oates |
December 31, 2010 at 08:31 AM
Cindy, Just stopping in to share with you 3 slouch bags I just made. Story is on the post.
And earlier this spring I made the Taylor made bag for myself for my big trip to Australia - I LOVE it!
I've had the book forever, just never made the bags. Now I NEED that bag on the cover of your latest book!
Thanks for wonderful patterns!
June 16, 2011 at 08:50 PM
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