Have a nice break!
I will look forward to your return. Your blog always makes me smile.
Disappointed for me, but happy for you. (That you take some time for your life!)I'm looking forward to your return.
Done. Thank you for leaving a nice comment for her. And for the record, I really am not a beeyotch. But I have been in her shoes. Two kids, a third on the way, and a husband who was working 80 - 90 hour weeks. It is a lonely, lonely world and when you add the hormones of post partum and the lack of sleep, your sister's comments could be devastating. I hope that you never have to feel that way. I just wanted her to know that she is not alone. Cute site, by the way. You are very talented.
Sounds great! Way to build the anticipation!!
I have read your entire blog this weekend. My friend introduced me last week to it. I love all your ideas. I understand about taking a break. I also bought the sock and glove book. See ya when you get back.
awwwwwwww..... come back soon! We'll miss you. But I understand. This Blog thing and be addictive!Carolyn
Just wanted to say I love your blog! Very cute stuff! I hope you don't mind, I added you to my links on my blog for easy reference.
I absolutely *love* your blog! I've just started stamping my own stationary. Now, if only I could make my own stamps... I thought you might be interested in the following book/blog: http://d-i-y-kids.blogspot.com/. It seems like something you might like, if you haven't seen it already.
Love your blog and your projects. Have a creative break!
Looking forward to your return and your new ideas! Allison
I've been an admirer of your blog for awhile. Thanks for being so generous in sharing your ideas.I understand about taking a blogging break. I hope you enjoy and that you get loads done!
I wish you a good week...and come back soon
times up!! come back and inspire us!! we miss your blogs...
Now, come on Jill. You've got this Tomboy closer to buying a sewing machine than she has EVER been in her life. Come back soon and push me over that line.
I won't lie... I've checked nearly everyday to see if you've come back.. BUT I totally agree that life come first. Can't wait for you to come back
Sorry to bug you on your blog break, Jill, but I had to ask, because your baby shoes turn out so cute... I can't find bonded fleece for the soles, what do you think would make a good substiute? They probably won't be walked in a lot, so would using just regular cotton work, do you think? Just wanted your expert opinion!
coryshay -I've never used double bonded fleece either. I use micro suede or denim for the sole (corduroy would also work). Since those fabrics are thinner, I layer a thin piece of cotton quilt batting (like warm 'n natural) and another cotton fabric on top - so in total, my soles have 3 layers. I also like them to have a finished edge, so I add an extra 1/4 inch to the circumference, put the right sides together and sew around the edge (leaving about 1.5 inches open to turn.I hope that makes sense! Good luck. :)
Also, I think the pattern calls for interfacing, but I leave that out too! I like my baby shoes to be extra soft.
Thanks a bunch, Jill! I'm glad you said that you don't do interfacing, because it always intimidates me, for some reason... ;)
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