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  1. I really like your blog. If being a seamstress were more profitable (as I have a family) it would be my dream job. I learned to sew from a professional seamstress as a child and have been in love with sewing for a long while. I find your blog very interesting and well put together. Your fashions are so unique! Thank you for your tutorials and sharing your knowledge.

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  2. Hello. I just discovered you from your wonderful Vintage May dress. That is fabulous. I want to add my voice to the crowd of people saying please. Even if you don't draft a pattern, could you do a tutorial with that amazing treatment on the front?

    I'm now following you by email. Looking forward to future posts.

    Lou Ann

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  3. Hi how do I make the Vintage May dress please, gorgeous, Fi.

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    1. That is a very big question with no short answers to :-) The pattern is self-drafted and I do not know if you have any pattern drafting experience at all? But it's about slash and spreading the neckline for then to gather it again with shirring. I made many muslins to get it right :-)

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  4. can you sew this lovley pink vinyl raincoat for me?

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    1. Sorry, I only sew for me and my family :-)

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  5. Mie,
    I really like a lot this blue japanese tunic you made. Would u please sew one for me? Of course I will pay you. Thanks.

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  6. I'm working on the Mouse House Creations Ladies Caroline dress and the pattern directs us to this site for a tutorial on attaching the Peter Pan collar in a specific way so that it does not roll outward. Can't seem to find it��

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    1. Here you go: http://www.sewinglikemad.com/2013/03/free-printable-loose-peter-pan-collar.html It's from my tutorial section :-)

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  7. Dear Mie,
    I came across the wonderful tribute, "What I Learned from Mie", and with almost every comment, I said, "YES!", out loud. I have been a professional dressmaker/seamstress for 35+ years, and am sometimes horrified when I read instructions on sewing blogs, or watch videos of a sewist doing things like sewing over pins (shudder), or recommending to stay stitch just 1/8 inch from the cut edge, all in the name of teaching budding sewists how to "do" it. Yikes! Thank you for spreading the word on the correct way to sew - it makes this old-timer feel a lot better knowing there are others out there who pay attention to the finer details, without being "anal-retentive", which is what one of those "sloppy sewists" called those of us who try to do our very best. You're a blessing!

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    1. Oh wow Laura....talk about making my day! Thank you SO much. Just like with the video, your comment makes me so happy to know that someone out there appreciate my efforts ;-) Thank you!

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  8. Hi Mie,

    My name is Anuj Agarwal. I'm Founder of Feedspot.

    I would like to personally congratulate you as your blog Sewing Like Mad has been selected by our panelist as one of the Top 100 Dressmaking Blogs on the web.

    http://blog.feedspot.com/dressmaking_blogs/

    I personally give you a high-five and want to thank you for your contribution to this world. This is the most comprehensive list of Top 100 Dressmaking Blogs on the internet and I’m honored to have you as part of this!

    Also, you have the honor of displaying the badge on your blog.

    Best,
    Anuj

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