by airyfairy 29 Nov 2019

Just finished 2 shirts for DH to go in his Christmas stocking. It has not been easy as I have had to wait until he is out of the house. What should have taken 2/ 3 days has taken me weeks.

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by pennifold 09 Dec 2019

Beautiful Sarah as always. I love the pockets too lining them up is not an easy task. I love the last on the neckline too and your name tag. Well done, love Chris

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by toogie 09 Dec 2019

Your hubby is fortunate, to have such a talented seamstress, as his wife. I think they look professionally made.

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by babash 08 Dec 2019

beautifully done.

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by crafter2243 Moderator 29 Nov 2019

You are such a talented seamstress. I can imagine that it took you weeks. Just getting the project out and putting it away again is a task. I am sure he is going to love them.

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airyfairy by airyfairy 29 Nov 2019

Thank you Angie. I probably could have made them in front of him. He would have just thought I was making something else.

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by cfidl 29 Nov 2019

Wow! they look great! The only more difficult would be plaids. Lol!

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airyfairy by airyfairy 29 Nov 2019

I try and stay away from large checks and plaids. Have done them in the past but not too happy to make them these days. Thank you for looking

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by graceandham 29 Nov 2019

He must feel spoiled walking around in shirts by his wife.

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airyfairy by airyfairy 29 Nov 2019

I never thought of that 😀

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by dragonflyer 29 Nov 2019

Beautifully stitched, Sarah...and I notice you have your very own custom labels!

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airyfairy by airyfairy 29 Nov 2019

You have a very keen eye Kim. The labels also say ‘airy fairy’, a nickname given to me when I was small by my eldest cousin. I make his shirts as well and take them to London when we go on holiday

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by jrob Moderator 29 Nov 2019

You are quite an accomplished seamstress (and sneak) lol. Those are very handsome.

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airyfairy by airyfairy 29 Nov 2019

Thank you Jerrilyn. My first love is sewing, then embroidery.

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