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Slopper in Progress

Muslin #1
To muslin #4 This has been a lot of work. Because of my swayback it took a lot of time and energy. I don't know what i would have done without my "hubby" , he patienly pin and unpin, take my photos etc. Today is my daughter's turn.

Being Thankful- I don't know wht i would do without my hubby. He patiently pin and unpin my muslin and takes my photos. Soooo, simce today is Super Bowl I decided to fix one of his favorite meals- Salmom in Lemon and Butter Sauce with vegetables and rice. Later when super bowl starts i am going to make some Maddddd fried chicken and fries with cake and ice cream. Oh well the thing you do for your family.

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Clara said…
Mira el blog de Stella en: http//elcosturerodestella.blogspot.com .Creo que te puede servir. Yo estoy siguiendo sus instrucciones y me ha dado buen resultado. Por ella llegué a El Baul de las Costureras y luego a Paco Peralta.
Cada uno de ellos es maestro en algo. Pero paco es expertísimo.
alethia said…
Gracias Clara, pero he tratado de encontrar el blog y me regresa que no el encuentran. Puedes revisar la direccion otra vez? me gustaria encontrar el blog
paco peralta said…
Alethia.- Como vás con tu prueba? ya veo que bastante bien. Oye, te digo como encontrar el blog que te comenta Clara.- Busca en mis enlaces de costura : MARIA ELENA BLOG, y élla lo tiene enlazado. Un abrazo. Paco
Clara said…
Alethia,las indicaciones dadas por Paco van muy bien, pero si quieres, igualmente puedes buscar en Google: El Costurero de Stella e ingresar.
Exitos
Clara

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