Girl Scout vest

This may not seem like a big deal to some people… but I had put off sewing Simone’s badges on her vest for 1 1/2 years! ๐Ÿ˜ฎ

Talk about procrastination!!

My new year’s resolution for 2018 is to do things that I find hard.

For some reason, the Girl Scout vest intimidated me!

I was worried I would do it all-wrong…

…but, I decided now was the time- with Cookie Booths coming up!

So, I pulled out the vest and asked for help! I was confused about badge and patch placement – yes there is a difference between the two!

After I pinned everything in it’s proper place, I bought invisible thread and sat down with my trusty sewing machine!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1 1/2 hours later – ALL DONE! ๐Ÿ’•

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I love bling on my jean jacket… (this picture is a bit old- my hair is longer and I have more pins)

The point is now I want to sew cool patches onto my jacket and be all hip and cool like Simone!

I know different parks and museums have patches and maybe when I see a special bird I can get a patch to represent it!

… oh the possibilities! I realize this may make me an even bigger nerd- but hey- at least I’ll be a nerd with style! ๐Ÿ˜‰

10 Comments

  1. Murtagh's Meadow

    Your daughter has lots of badges. Well done to her and well done you for sewing them all on!

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  2. Great sewing job and applause for overcoming your procrastination! I’m the worlds best procrastinator, so I know what you have been going through. I have a quilt that I need to finish quilting. It was supposed to have been a Christmas gift 8 or 9 years ago for my nephew. My goal is to finish it by June so I can give it to him and his wife on their 5th wedding anniversary. Since I haven’t gotten it out yet, that deadline is looking a little iffy already. LOL

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    • LOL! It would make a beautiful gift… now go- get it out of the procrastinatorโ€™s closet and get to work! (Was that inspiring? LOL) Itโ€™s weird how a project can be put on the back burner for so long that the use of doing it becomes so much harder then the actual task of doing it? I hope you do find your inspiration and Iโ€™d love to see pics!!!

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      • Thank you. That was very inspirational! LOL I am sort-of snowed in for a couple of days, so I may try to get it out and at least get it set up. I had been trying to quilt on a hand held loop and it would take 30 minutes just to get set up to work on it. If I only had an hour or so, that was useless. Someone told me about a small quilting frame that she had set up so she could quilt when she didn’t have a lot of time. I finally found one and was so excited to get going. That was two years ago and it is still in the box!!! I just have to get over the hump of getting started again, and I’ll be okay. The other “problem” is that I want to make a teddy bear for my new step great-grandson (I’m really NOT that old) and take it with me to FL in a couple of weeks, so I have to get that done too. I’ll see if I can figure out how to put a picture in the comments and let you see it.

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      • Iโ€™ve never quilted by hand- just machine! Setting things up usually does take so long and then I hate putting things away because who knows when it will get out a again! My sewing machine is still at the dinning room table because I still have projects I am working on LOL! Itโ€™ll stay there till hubby finally asks for it to be moved ๐Ÿ˜‰
        – A teddy bear would be sweet… ๐Ÿป… so many choices!!

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      • I want you to know that you really did inspire me. I put the quilting rack together and actually quilted for about 2 hours yesterday. I was so proud. Hope you get all of your projects completed before hubby gets tired of having the sewing machine as a dinner guest.

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      • Yippeee!!!! Iโ€™m proud of you too!!!

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      • I checked, and I would have to upgrade my wordpress subscription to be able to add a plugin which allows photos to be added to my comments. So, in lieu of that, I’ll figure out a way to include it in one of my Tippy posts soon. Stay tuned.

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      • I will definitely stay tuned! I would love to see your work!! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ

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  3. I’m putting off sewing my son’s badges onto his beaver scout jumper and there are only 2! I must do it.

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