FAQ

February 3, 2008

gros·grain (grgrn)
n.
1. A closely woven silk or rayon fabric with narrow horizontal ribs.
2. A ribbon made of this fabric.


Q: How do I enter a giveaway?


A: Giveaways can be entered in three ways; 1) By linking to the specific giveaway post (to your blog, facebook, myspace or any other site) 2) By leaving a comment without a link or 3) By linking and leaving a comment (this will be worth 2 entries).

If you use Blogger, just use "create a link" located at the end of the giveaway post. If you don't use Blogger, that's fine too. Just make a link as you normally would and I will find it using Technorati. Update!! Leaving a comment along with your link makes it much easier to find your entry. This is mostly due to the fact that blog roll links (third party links that are automatically generated whenever someone posts to a blog- or something like that) often show up in my search for entries and can be difficult to sort through.

Q: I am just needing to know if it will be a problem that my blog is private.

A. Perfectly fine. No biggie.


Q: I don't use blogger, is that okay?

A: It is okay if you don't use blogger. You won't be able to use the "Create a Link" link at the bottom of the page but I can still see if you posted a link by using Technorati.


Q: Hmmm yeah the create a link doesnt work for me. I am posting in my blog and linking back to your blog/giveaways so I hope im entering :<>

A: I have contacted Technorati about this. They have yet to get back to me. I won't hold my breath.

If anyone thinks that their link is not showing up just let me know in a comment and I will add it to the giveaway that way.

Something that is also a good idea for any blogger is to register with Technorati. I believe they index all their registered blogs daily AND the more you get pinged, the more up-to-date your rank is.

Q: Can I use the images on your site?

A: YES! As much as you want, the more the better! You don't even have to ask my permission. I guess I'd like if you credited me but I won't be upset if you didn't. If you're using one of my images for commercial use that's fine too. I'd like to see where it was used just so that I can admire it:) but I'm pretty easy going when it comes to usage.


Q: So, I'm dying to ask. Are you a self-taught seamstress, or what? Your stuff is mind-bogglingly amazing!

A: Yes. I did teach myself. I learned how to threat and use a sewing machine in junior high. My mother also had a sewing machine in her house that I used once or twice in high school. However, I started really sewing in college. I just went out and bought a pattern one day and worked my way through it. And by 'worked' I mean 'worked'. Those things look like they might as well read in Japanese.

I sewed a lot of my own clothes in college just because I was short on money and really longed for some things I could not afford (hence my stint with abercrombie and fitch but that's another story). Then for a couple years after college I sort of stopped sewing clothes and mostly stuck to curtains, slipcovers and Halloween costumes. Then around January, I was having coffee with a friend who asked if I sewed. I had been reading a couple sewing blogs and all of sudden I just had this surge of inspiration. I said, yes, I do....and after that I went home and actually started *really* sewing again. Only this time, for my girls, which is so much more rewarding for me. I started this blog to journal my work and the rest is history.

Soo, short story long, I am self taught and thank you for your lovely compliments! I have to add however, that my skills need improvement. I am learning things on my own so it's by no means perfect. But then again, that's part of what makes it one of a kind. When something is handmade, there's no other quite like it. Mistakes and all:)


Q: Are you using patterns on your little girl's clothes, or are you some sort of clothesmaking mastermind that has it all figured out?

A: No, I’m not using patterns. I’ve found that through trial and error it’s not as difficult as it seems to make your own pattern. I did use patterns for quite some time when I used to make my own clothes in college so I became familiar with the shapes and way they fit together and that has helped me to understand dressmaking better.

And no, one thing is for sure, I definitely don’t have it all figured out. There are plenty of dresses I see out there that provoke both awe and confusion. I think part of the fun for me is seeing whether or not I can recreate something I see that strikes me as beautiful. I don’t always get it right, but sometimes the result is interesting too! Again, thank you so much for your words. It’s the reason I love doing this so much!


Q:
Are your daughters always as cooperative for your photo shoots as it looks?!

A: This is funny, no. No, no and no. Case in point the train stop photo shoot. Lily fell asleep in the car on the way over and wasn't so fresh when I woke her up. There was a mini melt down in the parking lot before I convinced her to cooperate with a cup full of play dough. She also smiles like she's protecting her young. It's cute to me, maybe not so cute in a photo. I have to tell her to relax her face. Actually, that's pretty sweet when I think about it.


Q: Where do you find the time to create all these clothes with two little girls?!

A: I am blessed with a mother who is retired, lives close by and very willing to be involved with her grandchildren. She comes to our house nearly everyday and makes us a lunch which she lovingly planned the night before. She will watch the girls if I have to run a quick errand (mostly when they take their naps) and did I mention she cleans my kitchen after she's finished making lunch? I probably wouldn't be able to do this blog without her help!


79 {comments}:

Haasiegirl said... Best Blogger Tips

Kathleen, we are launching on august 1st over at www.momdot.com and having a HUGE blog party that will include over 100 blogs and 30 giveaways. We would LOVE LOVE LOVE if you would honor us with a creation for a giveaway for the launch. If you can, as a thankyou, we will put up a post focusing directly on your blog, your items, and draw attention back here, which is the entire goal of our site. Can you please contact me at trisha@bambinaballerina.com ?

trisha
www.momdot.com

Holly said... Best Blogger Tips

Don't you find that by teaching yourself, you really learn so much more? I'm self taught as well... I will use a pattern the first time or so, but then I start re-drafting the thing into oblivion! I keep telling people who ask, to just wing it and see what happens! Sewing is WAY more fun that way!

rachelle said... Best Blogger Tips

hi just found u through a friend. i am NOT a seamstress, i am not blessed with that kind of patience- but like you, i so appreciate good design! props to you on the cute stuff i've seen so far. i'll be RSS you! i loved what you said about patterns in japanese. i hear ya!! xoxo rachelle

Amy said... Best Blogger Tips

oooooo, I HEART your blog! I'm so glad I found it.

The Blaisdell Family said... Best Blogger Tips

I can't remember if I left a comment on your blog or tip junkie, but MAN you have the cutest little dresses I have ever seen.

I love buying my little girl's dresses from Gymboree...but yours are way cuter! No kidding. If you ever open a store...please let me know.

And I know you said you don't sell your stuff, but if you ever change your mind...I will be first in line!!

Ben and Heidi said... Best Blogger Tips

I am just needing to know if it will be a problem that my blog is private and if so what I need to do so I make sure I am being included in the giveaways. My email is heidijogoody@hotmail.com

Margie said... Best Blogger Tips

I am absolutely in love with all of your work!!! Thanx so much for taking the time to share it!

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

you are such a pretty and talented mum!

i cant believe that you know baking, sewing and photography all together!!! & all to such high standards! your pictures are AMAZING.

your girls look so lovely btw.

i think you should set up a "my story" link to tell all your readers about all the experiences that have taught you all these skills!

when i grow older and have kids, i could only dream of being like you!!

keep it up!

Lisa said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi,
I just stumbled across your blog after seeing a post on Monica's
Amazing stuff!
I Love the popcorn bloomers and top. I would love to know how to do that (for a 24 month old)
do you have a pattern or directions available?
Thanks,
Lisa
Lscrtr@yahoo.com

indigorchid said... Best Blogger Tips

Your pictures are quite impressive! I'd love to see you answer what kind of camera equipment you use for your FAQ - I know I'm very curious!

Chris, Heather, Gabe, and Marissa said... Best Blogger Tips

I am just in awe how talented you are. I wish that I could sew, but I was not blessed with this talent. I love your blog and hopefully one day you do start selling your designs, maybe then I could actually learn how to sew something other than buttons.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I have just found your website - OH MY HOW TALENTED AND BEAUTIFUL ONE OFF ORIGINAL FANTASTIC CLOTHES.
I have a 4 year girl and have just missed the date for the green dress - what a shame, although Im not sure how to be in the running for the giveaway, as Im a little down on my computer skills, i dont even know if you are able to answer this question, maybe you could give a quick instruction on your blog, because I will be a regular visitor and I would hate to miss out beacuse of my lack of skills. Thanks heaps

Lisa said... Best Blogger Tips

I created a blogger acct so all I have to do is click on "create a link" at the bottom of your page and it puts me in for the giveaway?Excuse my ignorance, I am very new at all this.

Winters Family said... Best Blogger Tips

I am so sad I only found your blog a little while ago. I pretty much love EVERYTHING you are doing. I am honestly so impressed. I really wish you would sell replicas of some of your stuff that I missed before I found your blog. I would buy it in a heartbeat. You're AMAZING!

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

I must apologise for my comment I have written to you regarding a entry for the nightgown, but have no idea on how to blog, have left you a comment but had to sign of as anonymous because I have'nt worked out how to do my name, hope this is alright. From a mum with 2 kids who loves the end of the day, with fresh divine cleaned kids.

Jaime said... Best Blogger Tips

I was wondering, why do you do the giveaways, do you get paid for it somehow, or just for fun. And how do you choose who gets to win?

Ames Family said... Best Blogger Tips

I love your creativity! Would you ever be interested in trading for hair clips? I hand stitch them myself with fabric and felt. Let me know!

Sarah
Sally's Clippies
www.sallysclippies.blogspot.com

Christina said... Best Blogger Tips

I think you are very talented. You should consider trying to sell some of your designs through etsy or your blog. especially since you get such good traffic through you personal blog.

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

You are so very talented! I wish I had your talent! My daughter would love your dresses!! Stacey ifixunow@hotmail.com

amy@inspirationchic said... Best Blogger Tips

I love your Blog. Beautiful, Beautiful.

Lisa said... Best Blogger Tips

Simply gorgeous. Were those pictures taken at the Hotel Hershey? Looks just like their property which is beautiful just like your creations!

You should costume design for Hollywood.

dearmolly said... Best Blogger Tips

congratulations on a fantastic blog with the most amazing content. I'm also a self/mum taught sewer and at 25yrs old went back to school to study fashion. I worked in the industry for a few years and learnt techniques they just don't show you in a paper pattern, so I encourage everyone to not just take classes but share knowledge when it comes to sewing.

Best of luck with your new store. I so understand what you said about an hourly rate, but by keeping to a limited range you'll be able to achieve some economies of scale. Maybe you can concentrate on design and outsource the making.

Even without the giveaways your blog is a great read - I love it!

Lynda

dearmolly said... Best Blogger Tips

further to comment above...

I'm now 38 and have been sewing for a good 30 years. When I want to get a job done quickly there's nothing like a lovely store bought pattern (once you've decided which brand fits you best). Have a look at sesmamasew for some great tutorials on reading and using patterns.

cheers, Lynda

Mama EZ said... Best Blogger Tips

wow, this is my first time entering and I'm so excited to see you are opening a shop!

C said... Best Blogger Tips

That final bit about your mother helping explains it all to me. I have a 3 and a half month old and I didn't finish making her Halloween costume. I don't have any family around except for my husband and it's near impossible for me to get a decent chunk of time to work on it without being totally exhausted. I hope I can finish it over the weekend. I was making a Madame De Pompadour costume and spent most of my time draping the underskirt (who the heck is going to see it?! Especially on a baby who can't stand!!!). Anyway, I saw your Halloween gown giveaway just yesterday. Very nice. Maybe I should be sewing right now instead of staying online? ;)

tripletmom said... Best Blogger Tips

love your stuff! you are so talented and creative. I'm a mother to 3 year old triplets and love to create. I am trying to sew clothes, toys etc for economic reasons as well as an outlet for my creativity. Can't wait to see what you'll come up with next.

The Peak Family: said... Best Blogger Tips

I use blogger and love your idea of giveaways. I would like to do something like that. If you don't mind, could you tell me how the "create a link" works on BLogger". I can't figure out how to do that on my blog.

my email is, peak273@yahoo.com

I think you are amazing.

Karin, a fellow self taught seamstress, but way out of your league. :-)

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

hello, kathleen. Are you doing international delivery out? I wld love to get the skirt and top for my gal who is 2+ years old. Oh, is there an email which I cld contact you directly...and I love yr gals' fotos - definitely model material..:)

Grosgrain Kathleen said... Best Blogger Tips

Just send me an email at:
mytumtumtree@gmail.com
I'll see what I can do!

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Dear Amazing Grosgrain,
I still don't really understand how I "apply" to win one of your amazing outfits. I don't have kids but have two adorable nieces who would look beautiful in your outfits. You're very inspiring, you know? Could you explain who to get involved to enter your contest? I would appreciate it.
Auntie

The Peak Family: said... Best Blogger Tips

I'd like to do be one of your Guest giveaways some time! I could give away one of my dolls.
Karin
www.mommasdarlins.com

Personal Buyer said... Best Blogger Tips

I was wondering if I could ever ever win once one of your wonderful dresses for my 15mo baby.
how do I make my chance bigger to win it? :D

Btw, how come the shop only sells tops & bottoms, not dresses?

thank you & you're great!!!!!!

Meninheira said... Best Blogger Tips

The giveaways are open to all over the world? :)

Mathgeek said... Best Blogger Tips

Hiya! Love, love, love your craftings! I was just wondering if it would be alright if I tried to recreate any of the items I may not win. I tend to wing my sewing so it wouldn't be exactly the same of course. And I'd be sure to put "inspired by Grosgrain" when I post in in my blog. Is that okay?? Thanks for the great blog!
Tara
http://notcrazyyetbutclose.blogspot.com/

Brittany said... Best Blogger Tips

Can I post a link in the side bar of my blog, or does it have to be a regular post to count in the giveaway?

Dean and Amber said... Best Blogger Tips

I was just wondering how we find out who won each item? Some I have entered and I never find out who won. I go up to winners, but it's not updated. So I was just trying to figure out how you let everyone know who won. Thank you. I love your stuff.

Jaime said... Best Blogger Tips

I am wondering what the process of claiming prizes is for those of us who are lucky enough to have won something! I'm so excited! Thank you!!

Sun-Kissed Savages said... Best Blogger Tips

When do you pick winners for each thing? How do you chose winners? Can I enter more than one at a time?
I'm excited!!! Your creations are absolutely amazing!

Sun-Kissed Savages said... Best Blogger Tips

Sorry, "choose." How do you choose winners? ;-)

angela c said... Best Blogger Tips

I love the Marie Antoinette dress in 3t you gave away last year, will you consider selling one or the pattern/instructions to make one?
Thanks!
Angela
my daughter's name is lily too..

Love Lorri said... Best Blogger Tips

Ok, odd question maybe...How did you get the favorites along the side to sit like the do. Instead of being square and larger yours are small rectangle. do you have someone do your layout or do you have a secret?
livelaughlovelorri.blogspot.com

tammi swanson said... Best Blogger Tips

That is too funny about the meltdown right befor the photo shoot! I completely sympathize as this is a common occurence for me too no matter what the age of my child!

Amanda Pedro said... Best Blogger Tips

I so love looking at your great pieces and the sponsors you showcase and the amazing giveaways you do.
I remember how excited you were about getting your serger. Did you do a comparison of the various kinds of sergers? I recall reading a rather large, involved bit of research someone did and I thought it was you?!?!
But I can't find anything on your blog about it.
arrgg.. am I going crazy?

thanks for your inspirations.

Rodney and Erin said... Best Blogger Tips

I'm kind of confused about some of the giveaways. The Yellow finch and red poppy jewelry giveaways don't have end dates as far as I can see...or am I missing something? I love, love, love your blog! I love the giveaways. I love the inspiration you give me to be creative. I love the other blogs you mention who are amazing as well!!!

Kate said... Best Blogger Tips

Does posting the link on Facebook count? I don't have a blog or anything else to post on.

Jennifer said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi, I enjoy all of your creative ideas, and I was trying to find one in your archives and I can't find it. It was for an adult, and so I'm wondering if maybe it was on another blog of yours? It started with a plain t-shirt (I'm thinking black or dark gray), and you cut down the front top, and added flowers or a ruffle, and it was adorable at the end. Does this ring a bell? I thought it was spring or summer, but now I can't find it. Yours is the only sewing blog I read, so maybe you linked to it? Thanks for all your great ideas.

birch7 said... Best Blogger Tips

Just found this site through a contact on Twitter this is a lovely site and I will keep coming back.

www.yarnblog.com

Jaimie said... Best Blogger Tips

Your blog is so inspirational! Thanks for all the great posts. My sister has asked me to add ruffles like the ones on your hop, skip and a jump maternity frock to a shirt I have made her but I can't seem to get them as full as yours. Can you help a sista out? Thanks jaimie03@gmail.com

ragarr2 said... Best Blogger Tips

I've been looking on your blog for a few days, just found it by mistake. Best mistake I've ever made!! Keep sewing.
Rebecca

Kristy Jo said... Best Blogger Tips

Went to Georgia Grace Designs and love love love everything, especially the "Ruffle My Feathers Apron Knot Dress", so cute!!!

I tweeted at http://twitter.com/sweetiekjo

Sabrina C. said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi...I would love to be considered for the giveaway. I am so glad that I found your blog. I am a fly by the seat of my pants sewer. I started off hemming my husbands pants and know I have made a few simple things for my daughter, like a "pillowcase dress". I have no idea how to follow a pattern, so I have to figure it out as I go. Hope you chose me for the giveaway.


www.caringbridge.org/visit/mackensiegracecarter

Jenny said... Best Blogger Tips

When I click on the link Winners on your blog, the lsat posting is from February 2008...is ther some other place where you can find this information? I have entered a couple of the give aways lately..

Sarah said... Best Blogger Tips

Thought you'd like to know your blog was featured on TotallyHer.com!
http://www.totallyher.com/get-your-creativity-on-craft-blogs/

GraDaireaux said... Best Blogger Tips

Soy Argentina, tambien puedo participar en el sorteo?, me gustaria publicitarlo en mi blog, pero no se si el sorteo es tambien fuera de tu país, mi URL es: http//gracielaaldivinoboton.blospot.com/

Anonymous said... Best Blogger Tips

Where can I buy floral silk-chiffon for a skirt and will it cost alot?

TRU-IMPACT said... Best Blogger Tips

I wanted to register for the romance top but I am blog illiterate! You are incredibly gifted and I'm praying I can learn quickly how to sew. I recently lost my job and have a huge passion for clothes; therefore, no money equals no clothes. My nanny made all my moms clothes but passed away before she could pass on her talents. You've inspired me to start today! :) Any tips?? My email is britleigh@bellsouth.net and you're link is on my facebook. Sorry to write so much but you are just amazing! Really

JuneBug said... Best Blogger Tips

I am recently obsessed with your site... and now wondering how long the giveaways last for. There's no end date listed on any of them so I wonder when they close, and if there's no specific date, then roughly how long each giveaway lasts until closing?

I'm planning on trying the coffee date dress soon... and also the mojito refashion. Thanks for all the inspiration!

chloebrie said... Best Blogger Tips

Hey, don't remember how I came across your blog, I think I was blog surfing one day and had 1000 tabs open and just bookmarking all the one's that looked good. Finally just was able to go through the bmarks and I'm glad I did.

I'm a mother of a two yr old and I also am about to finish my diploma of applied fashion design and tech. I did it through tafe (I'm not sure if your American or Aus) but if your an aussie, tafe was a really good option for me with extending my sewing and designing skills while being a mum.
Most of the ladies in my course are all in the same position a lot of them single mums and were able to complete the 2 yr diploma.

Your designs look great from what I can see in the pics, but I noticed you said you wanted to do something to extend your skills and I think tafe was the perfect way for me to do that. They show you both the 'fast fashion' way of stitching something up to the couture way and it's REALLY interesting once you know what to look for, how much a few little techniques can bump up the quality of your stuff and the way you produce them if you ever wanted to on a larger scale.

All the best in the future, I look forward to checking back and seeing more of your work!

Chloe.

bradendandbritt said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi,
I'm brand new to your blog, and I LOVE it..I love you style and frocks you make! I just found out that I am expecting, and I love the blue striped maternity dress you made this past November. I was wondering..did you use some sort of pattern at all as a guide? It sounds like you are super talented, and probably made it up yourself, but I can be hopeful right??

Thanks!
Britt (bradenandbritt@gmail.com)

kelly said... Best Blogger Tips

I would love to post you as an artist on my blog. But I like to use first and last names (or your stage name) and then images, i see that all your images are free for use, and your name is kathleen .. I came across your blog looking for halloween costume images, and can't believe I haven't seen this earlier, your images are so sweet and beautiful.

Viviana Ortiz said... Best Blogger Tips

LOVE the Queen of Hearts costume!!! How can I get it for me??? (Adult size) I am obsessed with Halloween and ONLY buy quality costumes.

THE DE SOUSA FAMILY said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi,
LOVE LOVE LOVE your blog. i used take sewing classes in jr high, and i am now getting back into sewing. i bought a sewing machine this week, and i'm making a minnie mouse skirt for my nieces halloween costume. i'll be using your tutorial to do it. i hope it comes out ok. thanks and great work.
elizabeth
come follow me
www.casadesousa.blogspot.com

The Cast-Iron Darling said... Best Blogger Tips

Love the Frock by Friday series! I made the coffee date dress and got lots of compliments on it. But I think I missed a few and I'd love to be able to find them, but they seem to be all over the place and I can't find them all.

Is there something I'm missing? A Frock By Friday collection of projects?
Thanks!

Sarah Takens said... Best Blogger Tips

I love your blog so I gave you an award! Find it at www.takens-tidbits.blogspot.com

Amy said... Best Blogger Tips

Your blog is very inspiring, thanks so much for sharing your thoughts with the blogosphere!

I featured one of your tutorials over on my blog, I hope you don't mind?

http://secondfiddlecrafts.blogspot.com/2011/01/2011-project-plans.html

Katherine said... Best Blogger Tips

Hello Kathleen!
I am in need of some help, and you were the first one to pop into my head!
I am head over heels in love with this dress on shabby apple:
http://www.shabbyapple.com/p-437-carousel.aspx
It's not the perfect fabric for me, and I would rather make it myself, but I can't find a pattern that is anywhere close to the style. Do you have any suggestions on where to look? I have looked on burdastyle and the simplicity website. Any more good pattern resources?
Thanks for you help!
Katherine

seeks said... Best Blogger Tips

What size are you? With all of your giveaways, it occurs to me that I do not even know what size dress you're giving away, (even though I am drooling at them anyway).

And what is the timeframe for most of your giveaways?

Hi! I'm Nancy. said... Best Blogger Tips

hi kathleen!

i love the look of raw edges, but how do i avoid the fabric from fraying? is there a spray i can use or something? im clueless. Help! much appreciated!

Kathleen Frances said... Best Blogger Tips

@Hi! I'm Nancy.
YES! You can use no fray spray. That will make the raw edges a little harder and less likely to fray. You can buy it online here.

OR you can cut on the bias. Which means diagonally across the weave. The edges will fray but not like they would if you cut with the weave. I've seen a lot of j.crew embellished sweaters use this technique when making fabric flowers to put on.

You could also try cutting on the bias, letting it fray a bit then spraying the no fray spray for extra insurance but still get that semi-frayed look.

Hope that helps!

Mama K said... Best Blogger Tips

I haven't read through all the comments, but I would love for you to suggest a sewing machine for me. I am a beginner, but I want something good. I am interested in making children's clothes, and I also want something that would work to sew appliques on t-shirts or jon-jons. I don't have to have an embroidery feature, but would probably learn to use it if I had one. Any suggestions?! Thanks!

Regina said... Best Blogger Tips

how can i download the free patterns of the month...i don't see a like to download

thanks
regina

tatamata said... Best Blogger Tips

Hello crafty from another crafty.
I have just one question for you. I'm writing one blog about our beautiful world and when I stumble upon something lovely, as your blog is, I need to share things that I find with my readers. My blog is in Serbian, and I would like to translate some of your posts. So, the question is, can you let me to proceed with it? I'll put link to your blog, so may readers can see that it is yours original work. Please answer me as soon as you can. Thank you. Best regards from Serbia.

Kathleen Frances said... Best Blogger Tips

@tatamataSure. Of course. THANKS!

Zøe said... Best Blogger Tips

I have the most precious grand-daughter who I am learning to sew for.

Two problems are:
I just don't do well with the e-patterns. I need to run everything around in my head forever before my thoughts dry up ;)
Second: my Grandest-grandbaby is just coming 3 but her Daddy is 6'+ and she is tall! I want to keep her age appropriate, which is why I want to make her clothes, when she is 2 1/2 and wearing a size 6! (tall and lean)
Ideas?
~Zoe

Kathleen Frances said... Best Blogger Tips

@Zøe
By e-patterns do you mean patterns without a printable paper pattern? Like just a tutorial? You could always purchase the patterns at JoAnns but I'm sure you already know that. But each of those patterns have a size chart on it for reference. You could take your grand daughter's measurements and match them to the appropriate size. Is that what you mean?

Wendy Wiesen said... Best Blogger Tips

I am wondering if you are considering rethinking your ad choices. The ads with sound are particularly bothersome when trying to read your blog. I really enjoy your posts however all the ads distract from the experience.

Ruthie Paulson said... Best Blogger Tips

I was wondering if you have made a downloadable pattern for the DIY felt bows??

olivia said... Best Blogger Tips

Hi there,

I am looking for an elegant wedding pue/chair cover design... would you happen to have one??

Kind Regards
Olivia
oliviawilson85@gmail.com

Kara Schulte said... Best Blogger Tips

I am looking for a specific dress that I found on pinterest. Could someone please find the tutorial and send it to me if you know where it is.

http://pinterest.com/pin/251709066646349733/

Thank you it would be greatly appreciated!!!

Kara
horner.kara@yahoo.com

 
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