Archives 2/26- 3/4 2005-2009

daffodilAiring out the winter bedding today, I found the first volunteer in the flower bed. It’s a tiny one, the photo doesn’t provide scale. Rumor has it these are coming up in many parts of the country. Daffodils are a cheery, optimistic flower that tells us of spring to come. Much nicer than a ground hog. Not that I’ve seen a ground hog in anything less than a… disordered state. Shop cat used to summarily dispatch those.

As ever, here’s the selection from the archives for this week in blog history -which includes the tail end of the MAGIC trade show reports. Have a productive and relaxing week end.

February 26, through March 4, 2005
The zen of the survival of the prettiest
Tailoring and The English Cut
Oh joy
Product Review Style# 12658
Intolerable ugliness or the shape of things to come?

February 26, through March 4, 2006
A Sunday in Las Cruces
Pimp my style
The Fashion Piracy Paradox pt.2
Home-sewing manufacturers
Designer’s website design
Domestic manufacturing is up
Home-sewing manufacturers pt 2
Reverse engineering standard work pt.6
Lies and body weight
Good Logo Design
On drafting and European Cut

February 26, through March 4, 2007

Why pattern makers resist learning CAD
Do you have patterns for sale?
Fit Couture in Apparel Magazine
Notes Eco Trade Show
MAGIC Show: Publications
Partnerships
Recycled materials

February 26, through March 4, 2008
Insurance coverage for designers
Sales Rep Horror Story
5 reasons patents are worthless and more
Showing a line at MAGIC: Rene Geneva
Trudy’s adventures in Las Vegas pt.1
Trudy’s adventures in Las Vegas pt.2
Trudy’s adventures in Las Vegas pt.3
News from you 3/1/08
Pattern puzzle: Hussein Chalayan
Spanish sizing study
Mistakes designers make pt.87

February 26, through March 4, 2009
How to transition from Etsy into wholesale pt.1
How to sew V necklines with facings
Funny Monday: Its not just me
Pop Quiz #482 pt.1
Pop Quiz #482 pt.2
Kids as designers

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2 comments

  1. Barb Taylorr says:

    Here in OH there’s still a foot of snow over my daffodill & crocus bed (unusal for these parts to say the least). As it melts it turns into a block of solid ice. We chizzeled a path through it for the old dog to comfortably make his way into the yard.
    It will be interesting to see how this effects or spring bloom schedule. Normally those crocuses would be budding by now.

  2. Lisa Bloodgood says:

    We already have crocus, daffodils, ornamental plums, magnolias, lily-of-the-valley shrub, and violets. We’ve had pretty mild weather lately but the snow level is supposed to be around 500 feet tonight and tomorrow with rain elsewhere.

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