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At it again: Kirsten Anthro hacking

Well hello there.

So believe it or not, I have been sewing a little. More to the point, I have a huge backlog of finished objects that I have persisted in not blogging for anywhere from a few weeks to several months… but of course, rather than dig into the backlog I am sharing the item I finished yesterday. 707 more words


All In A Good Cause

Our latest issue features a charity campaign on behalf of the RNIB, (the Royal National Institute of Blind People), and it’s such a fun idea I couldn’t help but get involved. 191 more words


Sewing Cloth Menstrual Pads

This sewing tutorial shows how to make an all-in-one style, hidden core, hidden PUL pad. You’ll need your pattern, fabric (PUL for the waterproof layer, a bottom material (anything is fine, something with some texture is best), a top material that is either absorbent or wicking to allow the fluids to pass through, and an absorbent core material), scissors, straight pins, a regular sewing machine, polyester thread, snaps, and a washable marker. 768 more words

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fiberish pointy wing pad patterns

This series of pads has wings with a rounded point. There are three sizes of pads, a 6″ liner, a 9.25″ pad, and an 11.75″ overnight pad. 128 more words

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fiberish long junior/slim pad pattern

This pad is like a long/overnight version of the junior/slim pad (or it’s great as a slightly narrower “normal” pad if you like more length).  It’s 11″ long and a bit less than 3″ wide at the center. 96 more words

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fiberish full coverage wing pad patterns

The next two pad patterns are a different style from the previous set. Both have large, curved wings that offer full coverage on the sides to keep leaks off clothes. 151 more words

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A Cardigan for A Baby


Last week I blogged about a pair of cardigans I knit for my family back home. I had the overwhelming urge to make a gif of the little one after a fun photo shoot which I almost managed to keep the dog out of. 224 more words