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  • sciamhach
    sciamhach 9 minutes ago

    Anyone else feeling inundated by square space ads? Nearly everyone I follow talks about SS and I'm tired of hearing about them. They have such heavy handed, omnipresent marketing, that I feel wary, not intrigued. If they were *actually* as amazing as they pay people to say they are, they wouldn't need to be on every. single. channel.

  • Hanna Sandy
    Hanna Sandy 22 minutes ago

    seeing you sew in front of your window gives me peace, i dont know why

  • Lisa Swetz
    Lisa Swetz 27 minutes ago

    Is there any way you could look for a table to do your sewing cutting and drafting on? I was hoping to get you up off the floor because with the amount of time you are down there working and bending over I thought you might be in pain.

  • Dragonqueen Arts
    Dragonqueen Arts 27 minutes ago

    I just finished sewing a full apron by hand. My felling stitches aren’t really real felling stitches, since I was going on the memory of your stitching and I don’t have a great memory, but it has turned out beautifully anyways, so it doesn’t really matter. I pride myself of the small, neat stitching and the fact that when you wash it in the washing machine, it holds up perfectly fine, I’ve always heard of the method to tell how well you’ve constructed a cosplay costume is to run it in the washer on the highest speed to check your stitching. Also also, I was wondering if you could make a video showing how to make that pin cushion that holds your garments in place. I used my pinky and ring fingers on my left hand to hold the fabric taut, but my hand would eventually cramp.

  • CuteCraftCreations
    CuteCraftCreations 37 minutes ago

    My goodness, I absolutely adore your interactions, and the music you added was perfection! I was sewing to it (by hand of course) for the entire video and I swear it helped my stitches go straighter! <3

  • Linda Pesnell
    Linda Pesnell Hour ago

    ❤️ Thank You ❤️

  • taimatsuko
    taimatsuko Hour ago

    Such a great video! Thank you so much! Will you do a tutorial series on beginning hand sewing / beginning sewing projects ? I want to learn to hand sew and would love to have someone to go through it with!

  • tallblonde1976
    tallblonde1976 Hour ago

    Ooooh so beautiful!!! That applique - I love it.

  • Anonymous Closet

    *Bernadette:* the straighter, the better *me, a gay:* oh shit

  • Snail
    Snail Hour ago

    Now I'm a guy so I'd need to find some girl willing to give her measurements for the dress, because I'm inspired. I'd like to try to put the zipper on the front and hide it under extra fabric and nice fabric covered buttons, like on a 18th century vest.

  • Nancy Loomis
    Nancy Loomis 2 hours ago

    Just catching up & haven’t watched in a while. What a gorgeous dress! And watching your adventure as you were making it was really fun! I love “old” things too...just not quite as much as you and I’m a entry-level intermediate sewist and drawn toward the easy stuff. And I avoid hand sewing if at all possible (plus I’m 62 and have got some painful☹️). We do travel to NYC usually a couple of times a year as my hubby was born & raised in Brooklyn, so maybe the next trip, I’ll ditch the hubby and spend my time there being a fabric store tourist. I’ve been to Mood, one time, but just too look. It feels quite overwhelming but a kick too, just to behold all the beautiful fabric. Thanks for your great videos!

  • spidermiss2426
    spidermiss2426 2 hours ago

    Thank you! I do machine sew but I do find that I do a lot of hand sewing when making my costumes. Also, can I just say how appreciative that you said "taut" correctly? I don't know why but it annoys me when I hear people pronounce "taut" as "taunt."

    • spidermiss2426
      spidermiss2426 2 hours ago

      oh yes- I am still a novice sewist but I wanted to say I've learned so much from your channel!!

  • Roma Rose
    Roma Rose 2 hours ago

    i've noticed American sewing goes UP the seam and you hold your needle totally different from the french way.. the stitches turn out the same though. lol.. nice work :)

  • jeric_ synergy
    jeric_ synergy 2 hours ago

    Before you do a 3rd Mrs. Crocombe video, you MUST make some aprons.

  • brown bird
    brown bird 2 hours ago

    One of these days I'm gonna tear up an old tshirt for a template and make my own since it's not always easy to find the colors and cut that looks good on me

  • Stephanie Murray
    Stephanie Murray 2 hours ago

    Who puts price stickers on the covers of antique books, they should use strip bookmarks for that !

  • Stephanie Murray
    Stephanie Murray 2 hours ago

    I have several of these irons, I glue felt on the bottom and use them as weights when I cut out garments!

  • Siriuslygeeky -Batman

    Thank you so much. I'm a hand sewer(sewist? Idk) and I'm making a shirt despite not fully knowing what I'm doing

    • Siriuslygeeky -Batman
      Siriuslygeeky -Batman 2 hours ago

      While Its not a historical piece, my wheeler and Wilson needs its bobbin tension adjusted and I cant be bothered rn xD

  • Lynn Harrell
    Lynn Harrell 2 hours ago

    Got some Mary Poppins vibes at 3:40. She just needs an ☂ Good day, to all.

  • Kate Walker
    Kate Walker 3 hours ago

    This sample just needs to be a patch pocket on a cheep t shirt.

  • imperialphoenix
    imperialphoenix 3 hours ago

    This. is. so. Beautiful. Never stop Bernadette. I have an ENTIRELY new appreciate for garmets thanks to you.

  • Darrin Brunner
    Darrin Brunner 3 hours ago

    I'd watch you do anything, you're my little taste of gentle, modern elegance.

  • Bastian Balthasar Bux

    "Langes Fädchen, faules Mädchen" (Long thread, lazy girl), as my mother was taught in school. When she told me about it, she would always roll her eyes 😄

  • therrufying
    therrufying 3 hours ago

    Thanks for your great video! So, is it okay to use a late Victorian walking skirt pattern for an (historically correct) Edwardian walking skirt? I am currently trying to figure out if I can do that! None of the Edwardian fashion plates show that kind of skirt, but if you look at street photos from the Edwardian era, it looks like a lot of women kept wearing exactly that style. I'm trying to find out if there were any significant changes of if it's basically just the same skirt, but it's hard to find info on that. Any advice would be helpful! I also love the idea of "historybounding", i.e. adapting historical garment styles to modern wear, something I'd really like to do more of! So thanks for the inspiration to do that!

  • Lisa Wintler-Cox
    Lisa Wintler-Cox 4 hours ago

    In knitting, one way of changing yarns is to knit with both threads for about 3 stitches, saves weaving in or makes for a stronger connect. The way She goes back over the stitches with the new thread appears to me to be along the same lines. The use of a name, material handling or design etc... that someone would use in one realm within another is interesting and I find myself wondering about the why of it all.

  • KittyIvie
    KittyIvie 4 hours ago

    I really want to get into sewing for obvious reasons, but also so I can tell people "I'm working on my whipstitch" or like "Yeah, I'm just felling." because I feel like those sound really cool and mysterious.

    • KittyIvie
      KittyIvie 4 hours ago

      Also instead of Bernadette Banner Studios, you should call it Bernadette Banner Manor because it sounds cool and historic.

  • fuzzySIGNETbuddy
    fuzzySIGNETbuddy 4 hours ago

    Thank you for this video! I didn't take my sewing machine to college and after seeing cheap fair trade 100% cotton fabric, I have a need to make a circle skirt by hand with very deep pockets :)

  • v c
    v c 4 hours ago

    I wouldn't be surprised if you could get into a PhD program with costume culture etc. Your research etc. Is ridiculous

  • Queen Lizzbeth
    Queen Lizzbeth 4 hours ago

    For reasons completely unrelated to this, I need to go buy some fabric. TO THE SEWING MACHINE!

  • Beth Norris
    Beth Norris 4 hours ago

    You're delightful!

  • Jessyca Conrad
    Jessyca Conrad 4 hours ago

    Oh, how I love machines as they don't care about feelings or opinion. Check out the liver in this:

  • Emily Butler
    Emily Butler 5 hours ago

    Omg I love you Bernadette. I love whip stitch and back stitch and I still am determined eventually to sew my own dresses with lovely historic seams. ❤️

  • Ray Makowski
    Ray Makowski 5 hours ago

    as a fool who wants to endeavour into the world of men's historical sewing/tailoring/etc, linking the Keystone Guide (and whatever impulse possessed me to click on it, read the Author's introduction, go "wait a heck, WHERE are the men's tailoring guides if he said there were so many?"), and poking around and the Library of Congress' collection for literally a minute gave me so much more hope than the Google and TVclip searches I've been doing just because it pointed me in a direction I didn't think of before But also even puttering around WITHOUT direction just shows you how much STUFF and words and THINGS humans produce and wow

  • Camelia Scamander
    Camelia Scamander 5 hours ago

    Oh, i need a video for buttonholes, if you want do that. xD Your buttonholes are so beautiful. ^^

  • EthrlGrl86
    EthrlGrl86 5 hours ago

    I love your personality Bernadette!!! You two seem like a blast to hangout with 😁

  • Snail
    Snail 5 hours ago

    This channel is like all my interests in one place. Instant subscribe!

  • Eurynome Fae Black
    Eurynome Fae Black 5 hours ago

    This is actually really helpful because a lot of introductions to sewing focus on the various styles of stitches and never tell you what to do when you run out of thread in the middle of stitching or how to secure it in place. Thank you so much because i was very confused.

  • v c
    v c 6 hours ago

    New subscriber here, love you already ❤️ hmm is a photo diary or scrapboot with fabrics / receipts/ locations possible so you can always find stuff again? Or is do you already do that in which case ignore meeee

  • MossyMozart
    MossyMozart 6 hours ago

    Ms Banner - You could not be more right if you stood on your head. Drawing is a SKILL that can be developed through PRACTICE. Banner Fans - Like the sketches she showed us, drawing people you see on the subway (or wherever) are great subjects. A tree you see in a park. A car in a parking lot. A house at the end of the block. Draw your face from a mirror. Hey, draw your own feet and hands! Use a sketchbook; start at page 1; draw frequently. By the time you finished that book, you WILL see an improvement on the last page. The same thing will happen when you get to the end of the next sketchbook, etc, etc, etc. Experiment with pencils (try the sharpened tip, try the broad side), charcoals, chalk, pens, watercolors, pastels, markers. You can even sketch with acrylic paint on sketchbook paper (it dries very quickly). We all know what watercolors are from elementary school. We all probably used tempera paints, from those really big bottles, as kids, too. Gauche is kinda like a cross between tempera and watercolor. However it's a much finer texture than little-kid-tempera and comes in many more colors. You use regular watercolor brushes with it. Even if you don't want to try gauche, a tube of the white will sometimes be very useful to use over top of watercolors for fine lines, etc. The better the paint brand, the more pigment is ground up and added to the paint binders. This means that better quality paints will cover much better than cheap, thin paints. As Ms Banner says, buy the good stuff. Treat your brushes with great care (and right away!) and they will last a very long time. You will need separate brushes for the water-based paints vs oil or acrylics. Here are the Windsor & Newton company's brush-cleaning instructions - Draw, draw, draw.

    • MossyMozart
      MossyMozart 5 hours ago

      Even more detailed stuff like composition of a drawing can be developed over time with practice.

  • Meg McNabb
    Meg McNabb 6 hours ago

    You be you! I enjoy watching you sew. Thank you! I will watch your next video AND have a nice life.

  • Dez
    Dez 6 hours ago

    As a girl with a 25-inch waist and is considered to be quite skinny, I cannot imagine a woman with a 21-inch waist. It seems practically impossible.

  • Yvette Aguirre
    Yvette Aguirre 6 hours ago

    I think this video gave me hope for a lady like me wanting to create Edwardian wear. However my skill is primitive to none. Thanks, Ms. Banner!I shall now find some cabbage and the tools needed to practice!

  • Dez
    Dez 6 hours ago

    I doubt anyone will see this or answer, but if anyone out there knows, what is a safe and or recommended age to begin wearing a corset? After doing a reasonably quick google search I found that in history, girls began wearing corsetry around the age of 13-15 and I wonder if this was because it was when it was safest for their growth?

  • Diane Sawyer Dooley
    Diane Sawyer Dooley 6 hours ago

    So... there actually is a way to hold the seam allowance so you can whipstitch it down without having the whole garment bunched up in your hand. You fold the fabric back so the folded seam allowance and newly folded edge are even, and then whipstitch through the top thread or two. The way I do it, the visible stitches on the right side are perpendicular to the seam line, rather than parallel, and you do need to press the seam afterwards to get that small crease out, but that's really no big deal in the grand scheme of things, and a small price to pay for not having an enormous wad of fabric bunched up in your hands while trying to sew neatly. You can probably change the angle at which the thread is shown on the right side of the work, but since the stitching has rotted away in extant fragments from my preferred time period (Viking Age), we can't really be sure what's correct. You can see my handout on seams here:

  • Jackie Martin
    Jackie Martin 6 hours ago

    Thank you! I’ve been hand piecing a crazy quilt, and without knowing it, I’ve been using your same stitching to make the seams strong. Good to know I’ve been doing it right. Very informative video.

  • Rodolfo Cortinas Mendez

    Lol...go forth on your merry way and have a nice life...

  • Courtney Newell
    Courtney Newell 7 hours ago

    Why did I never think about pinning my work to a cushion to hold it in place while stitching? That's genius!

  • Kenya Thompson
    Kenya Thompson 7 hours ago

    I’ve been in love with historical fashion since I was a child. I can barely manage a simple stitch but I really want to start hand sewing. This makes me want to run to the nearest fabric/craft store.

  • Broidk Whattoput
    Broidk Whattoput 7 hours ago

    If at all possible please sell the pattern for these inspired dresses! I’m dying to make that 18th century inspired summer dress

  • Sunshine
    Sunshine 7 hours ago

    This is a fantastic video! Thank you!

  • Beatrice Nowell
    Beatrice Nowell 7 hours ago

    Congratulations! You are making great progress towards a "proper" sewing room. You may make Kathy jealous;). Thank you for the strong hand seaming guide. Please don't forget we are looking forward to the video about bible-ing. You gave a bit of information about it while cleaning. "A Month of Marathon Sewing [Part 1]"

  • r0ck3r_ch1ck
    r0ck3r_ch1ck 7 hours ago

    As someone who is mostly a self taught hand sewer (with some minimal help from costume directors in college), I have got to say that seam is so freaking beautiful. I can only hope I’ll get to that point with practice. I’m also quite proud of myself for fully understanding the jargon and techniques used. 😅

  • D. Jonathan Hayes
    D. Jonathan Hayes 7 hours ago

    As a gay man, I have to say there many women through out time that I have fondly found attractive for various reasons. I find those that partake in simple, elegant fashion that lets natural beauty and flaws shine are the most beautiful women in the world. You are certainly one of them. With best regards, a fellow Neo-Victorian/Edwardian.

  • Andrew Orahoske
    Andrew Orahoske 8 hours ago

    Boring she didnt show enough items.

  • firewordsparkler
    firewordsparkler 8 hours ago

    Loved this video. Definitely going to try my hand at handsewing soon!

  • Nionearth
    Nionearth 8 hours ago

    You will be interested to know that there are no other stores of this type of supply (I mean in particular linen thread) on the Web, at least in Europe. For me, living in Italy is impossible to buy from the site you suggested, because I would pay about $ 20 for a spool of $ 2.50 wire! Frankly I find that a gap so heavy in a geographical area such as Europe is heavy .. to try to find (and it is not said we can) two-string bi-vis linen thread embarking on "journeys of hope" (sic ) to large cities, thus negating the hypothetical product savings! Do you know any solutions that can help those who have the same problem as me? Thanks. I always follow you, you gave me the passion for sewing! :)

  • Quietly ASMR
    Quietly ASMR 8 hours ago

    I know so very little about sewing and I can't afford a machine right now; these videos are pure gold. Thanks for bringing all the knowledge, I love your channel so much!

  • Mackenzie Ringquist
    Mackenzie Ringquist 8 hours ago

    Thank you! I am recently without a sewing machine and in possession of 18 yards of this really nice fabric that I really want to make into a...something. I have some sketches. Anyway, I'm afraid before now I was kinda incompetent when it came to sewing anything that had to take any kind of strain without assistance from my mechanical friend, now passed away, so now I can at least try to make some of my ideas into realities. (With practice beforehand, of course).

  • Carol Rasmussen Schramm

    Hand stitching can be very calming. Thanks for the video!

  • Amanda B. Rambo LMT
    Amanda B. Rambo LMT 9 hours ago

    Your videos are very interesting, and I enjoy watching. I also enjoy sewing so it is very helpful. Thanks!

  • Roasting Thyme
    Roasting Thyme 9 hours ago

    That iron is no joke. I think women didn’t need to exercise due to the labor of everyday tasks. It is a great book end or door stopper if you don’t stub your toe on it.

  • Katherine Bonkowski
    Katherine Bonkowski 9 hours ago

    Beautiful work.

  • Regina Fetty
    Regina Fetty 9 hours ago

    I was curious about how you could do so much hand sewing without your hands cramping up. Was also curious of how you remedied the cramping. Is warm water, your only solution?

  • Thomas Ebert
    Thomas Ebert 9 hours ago

    NYC is heaven for antique shopping

  • Jan Holman
    Jan Holman 10 hours ago

    I have taught myself this stitch not knowing it was used way back when. I majored in Home-Ec and hand basting was as hand sewn as it got. Good job, I love to sew. Oh, Home-Ec was back in the late 1960's, early 70s!

  • L Jaw
    L Jaw 10 hours ago


  • N. Çınar Gürsoy
    N. Çınar Gürsoy 10 hours ago

    oh! what a lovely video again- i have benefitted from the three historical stitches one before, so this will surely come in just as handy. i especially appreciate the little tips and tricks you share throughout your videos, so here’s a tip for you! tigers balm, or china balm, the name changes depending on where you live honestly; the real deal usually is chock full of menthol, camphor, capsicum, and some essential oils to really help relax your muscles. during winter, i spend hours every day writing, and during summer, working in the garden; so i use this cream almost daily. its so good on sore muscles and joints, and if you massage some on before bed, rids you completely of any overworked-muscle pains! thank you so much for these amazing videos, my family is always impressed with the things i sew or mend, and i keep telling them i “learned it from the internet” but mostly, i learned it from you :) take care!

  • Margie Holda
    Margie Holda 10 hours ago

    I love your videos. I too want to wear period clothes daily. Also I would love to bring back hats for womens daily wear.

  • Lore Lovins
    Lore Lovins 10 hours ago

    It helps immensely! Thank you for making this! Also, as someone who went to massage school, I can suggest what we do for wrist/hand care. Soak your hands/wrists/forearms in warm or hot water before you begin to work, and then soak in ice water when you're done working. The former warms up your muscles and tendons, the latter reduces inflammation. I also do warm up exercises before and stretching during, as well as after, any wrist or hand work.

  • Jennifer Valentine
    Jennifer Valentine 11 hours ago

    Watching these hand sewing bits never fail to give my spine all the tingles.

  • onita sanders
    onita sanders 12 hours ago

    Thank you so very much for your tutorial. Much needed by me to finally repair and sew permanently the long side of a favorite caftan. My one observation is, why the use of the background music. The loud volume for me competes with your marvelous narrative and the valuable material you are giving us. This makes it quite challenging to focus on the instructions being presented. I hope this is something you might consider in future videos.

  • Anna-May Moon
    Anna-May Moon 12 hours ago

    My modern synthetic tights thank you for this ❤ I usually sit down once every few months and mend the toe holes in my tights and socks, and I used to use lazy big stitches, but now i practise little ones and the difference is immense. Big stitches- you can easily feel where they are, often get tucked into that gap between your nail and toe, generally semi uncomfortable for first 5 minutes Small stitches - last much longer, comfortable, not as easily tucked into afore mentioned gap, look so much neater (as it's only for me I'm always like eh fuck it, but actually so satisfying looking at a neat darn?!)

  • Jordanna Rowan
    Jordanna Rowan 12 hours ago

    YESSSS. This is so helpful. <3

  • Polka Dot
    Polka Dot 12 hours ago

    I don't trust my hand sewing for any seam under stress. I will however hand finish as that's easier than on the machine to get everything neat. Sleeves in particular I tend to hand sew but bodice and corset those are getting the machine.

  • Danielle M Hall
    Danielle M Hall 12 hours ago

    This is glorious. It make my fingers twitch with wanting to sew.

  • MichaelaLoser
    MichaelaLoser 12 hours ago

    This basics tutorial is GOLD! I have been sewing periodically for years and I have been dying for such gorgeous instruction on single thread stitching (!!!) and seam finishing. A gift bestoweth🙏🙏🙏 Not to mention the tension!!! Goodness I feel I had been wandering in the dark until now.

  • flikkeringLightz
    flikkeringLightz 13 hours ago

    This came right on time! ...or slithly late. I just hand sew (? Is that the right form? Too lazy to check) a shirt for the heck of it and now have to just clean and stich the edges *victory dance*

  • Moons Eternity
    Moons Eternity 13 hours ago

    I think you aren't the only one that wouldn't want to disappoint Mary Berry in ANYTHING. I sometime find myself thinking, what would Mary Berry do, when I'm not necessarily baking.

  • Annette McIntyre
    Annette McIntyre 14 hours ago

    You give me hope that I will soon be able to sew decent seams by hand. I am also getting closer to making myself a medieval style shift as well as a whole outfit for a cosplay in June next year (which is something I need to start planning instead of just thinking about it.) To say nothing of tackling the mending pile I have - hand stitched patches anyone?

  • Annairea
    Annairea 14 hours ago

    Lovely, darling Bernadette, would you by any chance consider doing a video on pattern matching? I’m in so many sewing groups where everyone compares techniques, and yet somehow they all escape me. I’m afraid I’m a terribly visual person. The good news is, all the other concepts that confounded me, such as on the straight/on the bias, all make perfect sense to me after watching your videos, where you describe these a number of ways. However the strategy of cutting my pattern pieces out of my fabric, while ALSO making the fabric print match up, is enough to drive me to tears. I just know I’ll finally understand if you show some examples!

  • Angela Rudge
    Angela Rudge 14 hours ago

    Delightful! You look as pretty as a picture in them! Much more satisfying than 21st century undies!

  • Mio, My Dog
    Mio, My Dog 15 hours ago

    Yay for Bake Off references! :D

  • Celebrate Creating with Kathryn

    LOVE this!

  • Ada de Vries
    Ada de Vries 15 hours ago

    That was lovely and inspiring! thank you!!

  • Janey Wilcox
    Janey Wilcox 15 hours ago

    Love you so much! This was wonderful and so helpful, thank you! :)

  • Basic Stitch Podcast
    Basic Stitch Podcast 15 hours ago

    I gasped in horror when you said you had to cut around the lace scallops and thus cutting off the hemming you had just hand-stitched.

  • Mireille B
    Mireille B 15 hours ago

    You inspired me to take my sketchbook with me on the train again!

  • Susan Mazzanti
    Susan Mazzanti 15 hours ago

    My grandmother taught me to do hand stitches. She grew up back out of the way on a mountain and I doubt they had a sewing machine. By the time I was a little girl, she had a treadle machine that she also taught me to use. I had never heard of using a Taylor's ham to anchor the fabric to maintain tension. This would be so much easier on the hands and make the work more enjoyable. You taught me that and about thread so you can be proud of yourself since I am old enough to be your grandmother. I will tell you that thread knots and tangles much worse now than it did when I was a girl whether it is waxed or not.

  • Deanna Stevens
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  • Angela Rudge
    Angela Rudge 16 hours ago

    Loved your tutorial! Thank you. My brain had difficulty keeping up with your very fast speech however 😊

  • Nick Von
    Nick Von 16 hours ago

    I love your channel for a lot of reasons but a big one is that your whole approach to sewing is the complete opposite of mine

  • crazynatassa
    crazynatassa 16 hours ago

    Amazing video!! Thanks!

  • Kavita Babla
    Kavita Babla 17 hours ago

    Beautifully explained!

  • rebekah lundin
    rebekah lundin 17 hours ago

    I love Mary Berry and the British Baking show!!!! I loved that i got your reference, i never get people's references to famous people. Mostly because this is the kind of stuff i watch!!

  • Shawna Spadafore
    Shawna Spadafore 17 hours ago

    I’ve made one of her recipes, it was the biscuits with almond flavour and currents. I brought them to grandmas at Christmas and my family liked them

  • eduardo wolf
    eduardo wolf 17 hours ago

    Thank you

  • Catherine Levison
    Catherine Levison 17 hours ago

    Delightful as always and I could look at that fabric all day. It appears to be the beautiful floral you made into a dress. So pretty. I love hand sewing. Machine sewing is good too. I always make everything as indestructible as possible. Thank you!!

  • B Cobler
    B Cobler 17 hours ago

    Can't wait to see your sewing room when it's finished!

  • ryuzakilawlight
    ryuzakilawlight 18 hours ago

    Bernadette!! I need helP! I know it's a long shot and you might not respond but i'm kinda stuck. I'm not a seamstress but my mother was and i love sewing things from time to time. I ended up having to attach more lace to my lace dress so it reaches the floor but the thing is i cant find a pattern or an idea for it and how to attach the lace. Like if i continue the pattern it'll go down like a triangle and won't fit the rest! HOW ON EARTH GOD HELP ME do I do it. I have no problem ripping off the current skirt lace part and adding the new lace in a different pattern but I don't know where to find information on what pattern would fit, i'm crying here HELP!

  • kardonay
    kardonay 18 hours ago

    Oh my giddy is THE chemise !!!!!!!! Oh please.....don't make us mere mortals wait too long please