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Day 19 - The Tailor's Ham & Sleeve Roll

A tailor’s ham is a little, firm, egg-shaped pillow. Because its surface is curved, it’s used as a mold for pressing curved seams and curved areas of clothing, such as darts or waistlines.

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The Journal

Travel Down The Braid!

So today I went to school and I totally forgot I had to do a blog this week. Since I haven’t been going to school I’ve been forgetting to do things and I haven’t been checking neo for assignments. 339 more words


Life of a Student Worker in the Mississippi Entomological Museum

By Margaret Harris (Mississippi State undergraduate student, student worker in the MEM)

When I first was hired to work for the department, I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. 554 more words

MEM Ant News

Pinning the World

Everyone wants to travel, some have the means to make it happen as often as they like, others, like myself, have to work to save monies and days off in order to explore. 570 more words

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Pinning lately

A couple weeks ago, I went on a pinning spree! Well, ok, I actually cleaned out all the Pinterest emails from my email inbox. There were a lot! 374 more words


Dad Hailed Hero After Tackling Knifeman As He Threatened Woman And Children

A dad-of-two has been hailed a hero after disarming a knife-wielding man as he threatened a mum and children in a supermarket car park.

Kevin Taylor was in a Morrisons in Failsworth with his wife when he spotted the mum shouting at the armed man, who then brandished a knife. 239 more words


The Importance of Pinning

If there’s one thing I can recommend in all my years of costuming and crafting it’s to spend the time to pin properly.

  • Pin your pattern pieces to your material every 3 inches or closer if on curves or sharp corners.
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