I can’t believe I missed this one.

I can’t believe I missed this one.

I can’t believe I missed this one. I understand I can’t be all over at once, however this is the type of thing that makes me want to compose a PatternML language to ensure that I can convince all the vintage pattern sellers to make a single huge RSS feed which I might drink from, like some type of immense vintage-sewing firehose. Wouldn’t that be great? A easy tagging language that would let sellers mark their patterns consistently as well as publish them to some type of huge remarkable database as well as then they’d all be out there, best where we wanted them. (I’ll put it on the list, with the other kazillion projects I have going on best now.)

If I had been PAYING ATTENTION, like I ought to have, I would have seen this pattern at Out of the Ashes Collectibles as well as it would be mine. now I just have to sit right here alone with my bitter, bitter regret. (Ashes, indeed.)

But let me be a lesson to you, as well as go inspect out the site. There’s some truly cute stuff still around!

And while I’m wallowing in regret, it seems I let this amazing Alexander Henry material offer out while I wasn’t looking. anybody understand who’s still got, oh, four or five yards?

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