a little love story about mermaids and tattoos
I love the idea of saying that I’m drift compatible with people as a way of conveying how close our thought processes seem, but I would never ever wanna drift with anyone.
I’d be standing there in the cockpit thinking, “don’t think about the most terrible things you’ve seen on the internet… don’t think about any reprehensible porn you’ve stumbled on… don’t start imagining awful stuff from out of nowhere… don’t think at all… don’t think…” and then we connect and all that garbage comes flooding out and friendship is ruined forever and the Jaeger self-destructs.
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Just an addition: If you don’t have any beeswax around, a dryer sheet does the same job of stopping your thread from tangling so much! :) I have one stashed in my sewing box, you can use it over and over again!
Chapstick also works, but make sure it’s chilled otherwise it gets everywhere
I’ve consistently used the blind hem for hemming clothing that I otherwise sew on machine. It produces a LOVELY rolled hemline. It’s probably my favorite hand-stitching hem ever. I like and prefer it over machine hemming (Unless I do a folded hem), because it hides the rough edge and looks really smooth.
For seams, I like a whip stitch, because it’s really fast, and again, when you make tiny stitches, it holds extremely well and looks very lovely.
I’m seriously at the stage of, did I already reblog this?
I need to sleep. This will be important later. Fucking chainmail has me cross eyed and it’s 230am.
As someone trying to learn how to sew, I need this.
when im a parent i won’t take my kid’s electronics when they get in trouble i’ll just take the charger so i can watch the fear in their eyes as they use it less and less while the battery slowly begins to run out
no stop i already have one post ruining my life