Hi Lori,I stumbled across your blog from another site and love it! I love your recent project for your daughter (the white fitted jacket) and all the purses I've been seeing in your archives. I'm in grad school now and have decided to give sewing a try as a creative and relaxation outlet from my bookwork. Also, it's to expand my wardrobe, but that's not til much later, I think. I just got my sewing machine back from a tune-up session and am ready to try some super simple things (but your ideas are exciting to think about when I get some experience under my belt).I also have a question, too- I read your blog on Sept 9, 2007 and there were photos from a magazine, Fall Fusion. Did you ever tackle the jacket on the left of the third picture down? It's gray and there's probably a pattern to it...I adore it.:)Thanks!Ariel
Hi Lori,I am doing a wardrobe planning segment on my blog and was wondering if i can link to this post of yours? I would like to do it today if you don't mind as I will be starting my 30 styles for 30 days hair edition on the 15th or 16th depending how the weekend turns out :)Thanks I thought this was a wonderful post, love the blog I followed links here from another blog. I have a blog about style and sewing and some of my other odds thoughts, just getting started if you want to link me too :)Thanks, Ruthie.
Hey Lori,I cannot find the code for the Wardrobe Basics Sew Along. Would love to add the button to my blog.
Hi Lori,I am new to your site but, have wanted to do a sew-along for some time now. I haven't sewn in years and I am TOTALLY using you to get myself moving. It looks like wonderful fun and I really appreciate all the work you are doing.I have a question....how long will you take for each project? I may be too late for the first one so, I need to prep for the next.Thanks and happy sewing....Mari
Hi Lori,Something unexpected happened when I clicked on your "My reviews" link on your website,it took me right to my own Pattern Review page of reviews I contributed there. It actually reads as a case of plagiarism (passing off others work as if it is your own". I discussed it with a few PR members and they said they are having the same thing happen with some or all of their reviews as well. You may wish to check the way you are linking to your reviews on your website, as when I click on your "my reviews" tab I am certainly not being directed to reviews written by you- but to ones written by me at PR- so I wonder if something weird must be going on?
Lori,I have been following your blog from the beginning (just a reader). I was sorry to hear of your recent problems. I download your pod casts to my ipod and exercise to them. I just wanted to let you know that the time you put into your blog is greatly appreciated, it has helped me many times with my sewing journey. Please keep posting. Anna from NY
Dear Lori, I love your blog and have been reading it for a long time. I am sorry for Stephanie Newman's hurtful comments. People are human and mistakes happen. But if she had read your blog for any length of time she would have know you are a kind person with integrity and I feel she did not deserve to treat you that way. Again I am sorry and have thought about this since your post the other day. So I would like to apologize for her mean comments. I love your fabric haul. I live in Overland Park Kansas and only really have Joann's and Hancock's I would love to drive to Springfield to shop for fabric, where did you go? Do you live close to OP Ks? I don't know anyone in my area who sews besides me and am always looking for a sewing friend. Oh and I have 4 boys,,, not as easy to sew for as your 4 girls but still fun! Stacey (email@example.com)
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