Thursday, 19 September 2013

Sewing a pouch - random lessons for the day


  • Lining fabric is a slippery bugger.  Now is the time to break the habit of a life-time and pin.
  • Is your zipper the right way up?  Really?  Are you sure?
  • The hole required to turn a pouch is larger than you think it is.
  • Chocolate consumption goes up in direct correlation to the number of times required to unpick.
  • Sewing faster when the bobbin is running low doesn't mean you will get to the end of a row of stitching before it runs out.  Though it should.
  • It is sometimes better to sew hopefully than to arrive.


Edited to add: Back from the brink.  Pouch didn't have to go in the bin.  Phew.

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15 comments:

  1. this made me chuckle xx think I have done all of the above xx glad the pouchworked xx

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  2. Oh. How. Funny. And (alas) true.
    Maureen from Maryland is smiling...

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  3. How funny ... and am also known to resort to a glass of wine!

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  4. This made me smile, reminds me of my own sewing related chocolate binges!

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  5. This made me smile, reminds me of my own sewing related chocolate binges!

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  6. Sewing faster should DEFINITELY make the bobbin last, I'm with you all the way on that one.

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  7. and a glass of wine definitely helps the whole process :-)

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  8. Love the one about the bobbin running out - so true!!

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  9. Brilliant! I'm with you on all those :-)

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  10. Hilarious.......so glad you saved your pouch from the bin.

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  11. Ha, Ha. I love these... they are so, so true.

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