12 Comments

  1. heather said:

    love your blouse! you are really talented! i’m with her, too! yay for early voting! have a great day & thanks! :)

    November 8, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks so much Heather! I really do love this blouse, it’s a great basic. Early voting is the way to go! Especially since my kiddos have the day off today!:)

      November 8, 2016
  2. Well, I’ll never say who I voted for (haha imwithher), but I was really wishing for a white pantsuit when we walked to our polling station at 7 this morning! ;-)
    Your blouse is lovely! How is that fabric to work with? It looks so soft and nice! And, you’ve done a beautiful job with it.

    November 8, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks Jen! The fabric is really easy to sew and presses really well. I thought the loose weave would make it tricky but it was just like working with any other cotton. I white pantsuit would have been Fab! :)

      November 8, 2016
      • Rather sad results, aren’t they. :-(
        I love your shirt, and will search out some of that double gauze, it’s so pretty!

        November 9, 2016
      • Rebecca said:

        It’s been a really sad and disappointing day. You should definitely give the double gauze a try-it’s lovely!

        November 9, 2016
  3. Carol said:

    I didn’t want to know your politics.

    November 8, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Hi Carol! I don’t feel I posted anything offensive-a one line blurb on election day is hardly shocking. This is a personal blog so I do tend to post about my life as well as sewing. My husband and I have opposing political views and get along just fine! :) The important thing is that everyone gets out and votes.

      November 8, 2016
  4. Chris said:

    LOL! I’m not exactly with her, but I will Definitely take HER over (ugh!) HIM.

    November 8, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      I hear ya! Have a great day! :)

      November 8, 2016
  5. Beautiful shirt – double gauze is a lovely fabric, but I haven’t sewn with it at all – it’s not something you see much of in the UK. Cream is a good colour, I’m sure you’ll get a lot of wear out of it.

    Regarding politics, it’s always difficult to know whether to post or not on that topic. Personally, I don’t tend to post my political views, but I really don’t mind reading others! Like your recent presidential election, the EU referendum involved really divisive campaigns and it was all anyone talked about for weeks before and after. However, when it came to the blogs I follow they were suspiciously silent on the topic, seems a shame that people felt inhibited. But with feelings running so high, I don’t blame anyone for their silence.

    November 11, 2016
    • Rebecca said:

      Thanks! I really love this shirt-the fabric and the color!
      I totally didn’t think before posting the comment about the election. It seemed so tame to me-just a shout out of support with no condemnation/criticism at all. I didn’t think it would really generate a response. I kind of hate that I feel I need to overthink/analyze posting anything personal on my blog. It is a bit inhibiting.

      November 11, 2016

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