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Thanks so much Amy! :D
Posted over 1 year ago.
Brainkerchief....you are brilliant!!! I love it!
YAY DAGNY! That is such fantastic news!!!! I'm so thrilled to learn that everything went well - and thank for you keeping me posted because I was worried and wondering about you =) I am out of my head thrilled that my goofy design could add a little levity to this serious thing you had to go through. I know I don't know you, but you strike me as one heck of a gutsy firecracker of a lady! Thank you so much for sharing your story with us and stay well!! =)
Posted almost 6 years ago.
Hurrah, Bonuspants and Brainkerchief!
Bonuspants! Hooray for successful a successful surgery! Totally love it that your surgeon smirked! Francine, you rock for thinking of this one!
That is such good news to hear bonuspants!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! And thank you very much for keeping us posted!
FYI, my surgery went well and my recovery is progressing nicely. I got a definite smirk out of my surgeon when I showed him my Brainkerchief, and that's saying something - he's a very serious guy... All the nurses loved it too, and I promoted Spoonflower every time anyone asked! I'm glad this design is doing so well, it's cracking up all of my friends when they see me wearing it! =)
Cean, I would recommend the quilting weight cotton, or the sateen, which is slightly heavier. Either should be soft enough to drape and wrap nicely; but still have enough substance to look good. Don't get the linen cotton, or the upholstery weight, both will be too thick and stiff. The lawn is somewhat sheer so the color of your hair might show through. Knit can be a little trickier to sew, if you don't have a serger you would want to use a slight zigzag to give your stitches some stretch. The knit is lovely and soft; and would probably be warmer, if you plan to wear this as a hat in cold weather. However, as you are an inexperienced sewer, I would recommend the quilting weight. Also request a fabric swatch sample, if you don't have one yet; then next time you'll have a better idea of what the fabrics are like. Or get the fabric samples first and then decide what you want. Link for the samples: http://www.spoonflower.com/spoonflower_fabrics
Now I'm imagining brainy mushrooms and ewwing out. They'd be squishy. And a little slimey. And would clog your lawnmower. :D
Aww Cean - if you buy my brains, I'm buying your Firebird! I've been putting it off until I could visualize exactly what I wanted to do with it (the plan was to make a "new baby" gift for my
Russian neice/nephew to be who is currently in gestation. I was afraid to tackle a blanket project, but (this idea just in!) I think I'll just frame it!
Seriously though, what material do you think these would be best in? I definitely need more brains and am ready to put these in my cart, but need some sewing people's input.
Gross! There's brains in my yard! Just joshing. I couldn't love it more, even if I was a shambling, starving zombie! (contrary to rumor, I'm not.)
Thank you so much ms corona! I hope you like them. We're all trick or treating as zombies this year. The younger gentleman model may be going as a robot zombie I've been informed. ;)
money well spent ms_corona! what a bargain. love it francine!
OMG!!! I had to! I just couldn't help myself! I bought a yard of brains because it's FOUR gifts - not just one - FOUR! F----O----U----R all for twenty bucks! FOUR!
A full yard of Brainkerchiefs!
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