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Argh. *CUTE*. I should really proofread.
Yes, it turned out sute! A million times, yes!
Wow. I don't even have words. I can't fathom how you accomplished all of this but you did a tremendous job! Your booth looks absolutely amazing. Your tote bags, the skirts, the quilts, all of the signage and decorative accents... you sure do have an eye for design! Congratulations in what I am sure is the tip of the iceburg. Proof positive that where there's a will, there's a way!
Toggle Commented May 17, 2011 on To Market, To Market... at 7 Layer Studio
Hi Shelley! You have had to go through so much with that house but you are making it into such a HOME! I love it! I also saw the plywood flooring blog and was able to locate it since I follow very few blogs with regularity. It is worth looking at! Happy renovations, and all the best to you. Morgen http://www.bluecricketdesign.net/2011/01/guest-post-diy-plywood-to-plank.html
Toggle Commented Jan 30, 2011 on A Big Fat Can of Worms at 7 Layer Studio
The wedding photos are absolutely breathtaking. And the photos of you are very nice as well! I agree with Ann, the second photo is my favorite. Relaxed and confident. Couldn't have said it better myself!
Toggle Commented Dec 20, 2010 on Photo Finish at 7 Layer Studio
WOW. Like, I am picking my jaw up off the floor WOW. These bags are amazing, as is your sewing ability. AND, you are fulfilling a dream and I am incredibly happy for you!
Toggle Commented Aug 18, 2010 on It's Coming at 7 Layer Studio
Another great looking bag! I love the blue with the black and white. I have said it before and I will say it again, you have a grat eye for fabric! I have been (sigh) hemming men's trousers by hand. Not my favorite thing to do, but it has to be done. Can't wait to hear your big news!
Toggle Commented Aug 15, 2010 on BIG at 7 Layer Studio
I like to think that nobody would violate your copyright and forward a PDF, but I know it happens. I am an instant-gratification person, however, and would much rather buy a PDF to download than mail-order or find a store in my remote corner of the US that carries your patterns. I would prefer a PDF but I am sure it holds much more risk as far as copyright infringement. On the other hand, you have the ability to appeal to a greater number of people who live all over the world and might prefer to have a download rather than pay for international shipping. So my answer is that I don't have an answer for you. I hope someone does! And I am so excited for you!!
Toggle Commented Aug 3, 2010 on PT at 7 Layer Studio
Shelley, please know that reading your blog gives me inspiration and a needed energy boost- I have a lot of desire and talent but my procrastination gets the better of me and I end up with an overwhelming pile of jobs to do and the joy is gone from the task. So funny, I hate to put things off but ALWAYS do it. Did I ever mention that I have made hundreds of your fabric bookmarks? Well, maybe not hundreds, but quite a few... we gave them to the entire staff of my school one year with a little poem for Christmas, I made them with students as a fun activity in a tutoring program I do part time, I always have one on hand to put in a book if I am giving it as a gift. I truly love your ideas and feel blessed that you share them so we can all benefit, and (just a little) strive to be more like you.
Toggle Commented Jul 23, 2010 on For the Love of Patterns at 7 Layer Studio
I had a huge comment written and it went away. Sigh. Shelley, I think you are such an inspiration, and I truly love to see everything you do! I will be a tester if you need anyone else, although I think you might be all set. I have no preference on the bags, they are all adorable. I am thinking you might want to try to get at least one beginning seamstress to test just to make sure they could handle it. I know when I got my hands on the Amy Butler cabo halter pattern, a friend of mine was going to do it with me as a sew-along but she was overwhelmed by it and just put it away... but I found the pattern to be incredibly user-friendly. Different perspectives! On another note, I would love to have a copy of your sewing curriculum. I have friends who have asked me to get their children interested in sewing but I don't have any kind of formal plans for that and would feel better if I had your ideas to go by. My email is jayneofall@yahoo.com. And thank you, again, for having this blog as an inspiration and for still appearing human although I think you must have some kind of super powers. :-) Morgen
Toggle Commented Jul 21, 2010 on The First One at 7 Layer Studio
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