Yes, it’s another eBook! What can I say, it’s been a prolific kind of summer so far. This time I show you how to make your own skirt pattern, and then sew an elastic-waist A-line from it. If you’ve been waiting to hear how to make the Robot Overlord Skirt, this is the pattern you need.Read More: The Easy A-Line and the Robot Overlords
Tag: clarkesworld magazine
Robot Overlord Fabric? Cool.
I designed this fabric, featuring my husband’s Clarkesworld Magazine Robot Overlord, and you can get some if you like! Coming soon: a skirt tutorial and a book tote tutorial, both featuring the robots.Read More: Robot Overlord Fabric? Cool.
I need to step up my game
For so many years our family room kind of languished in beige-land, but now that we’ve finally started paying more attention to decorating it, I’m noticing something: the Clarkesworld propaganda is multiplying. Sure, Neil, go ahead and put up a couple of posters, I said. Little did I know at the time, Vistaprint was being […]Read More: I need to step up my game
Winner in a less well-known category
Someone came home a few days ago. We met him at the airport. Does it look like maybe he was missed? So, as I mentioned before, Neil and his magazine won the Hugo Award for Best Semiprozine, which is a big achievement of which we are all proud of course. But did you know I […]Read More: Winner in a less well-known category
I think I got about ten minutes of sleep last night. It was one of those things where my body was tired enough for sleep, but my brain was running a mile a minute, thinking about such important things as haircuts and party dresses. I tried my usual trick of lulling my brain to sleep […]Read More: Zinnias
Back to School Book Week: Fiction Books
How many of you remember when I was digging around looking for podcasts to listen to, and completely forgot the fact the my own husband has a podcast that I never listened to? Ok, well you can file this post in that category, too. I was discussing Book Week with Neil, wondering what I was […]Read More: Back to School Book Week: Fiction Books
Poor neglected husband
My poor husband claims I don’t pay enough attention to him. Usually when he says that, I just laugh and shoo him away so I can get back to what I was doing. (hee hee) But yesterday, after my podcast post, I started to think maybe he’s right. You see, he saw my list of […]Read More: Poor neglected husband