CALLING ON HOME SEWERS TO HELP HEALTHCARE WORKERS FIGHTING COVID-19
The lack of proper masks, gowns, and eyewear equipment is making it difficult for health workers to do their work fighting the novel coronavirus. In a recent New York Times article, medical workers said they were worried about how they can both fight the coronavirus without imperiling themselves, as well as their loved ones when they go back home.
If you are a home sewer, please consider helping my joining Hickey Freman Technical Vice President Jeffery Diduch in his effort to produce and deliver homemade gowns and masks to medical professionals in the greater Rochester, New York Area. Read about how you can help here
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Bit rich coming from a mug who spends his petty existence making snide comments on the internet. There's an old Jewish saying that goes 'Don't argue with an idiot because they'll drag you down to their level and beat you with experience'.
Great. When you say hemmed on the inside, how is that done? I’m on the iPhone, so can’t really see the hem in detail.A couple of my recent purchases on their maiden outing
Lee 101Z jeans, taken up and hemmed from the inside, with old gear John Smedley cardigan, Gant OCBD, George Webb of Northampton loafers.
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Daks Crombie cloth coat from Oxfam, Reiss scarf from years ago before it became just another high street shop.
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Hi Mr K probably not the best description, there was about 4" of excess cloth on the legs, so I turned them up from the inside to the desired length and pinned them, next I ironed them with steam at the bottom. Next thing was to turn them inside out and at the original hem tacked them all the way round, being careful to only pick up a thread so that it wouldn't show on the outside when worn. I didn't want to cut off the excess cloth,because it would mean overlocking the raw hem to stop it fraying, plus when they eventually start to wear I might decide to go for a turn up.Great. When you say hemmed on the inside, how is that done? I’m on the iPhone, so can’t really see the hem in detail.