If you’ve been reading my blog for any length of time, you know how I love to reuse and repurpose things. I have been blessed with several sewing machines. Four Singers and a Brother. Each serves a different purpose. Each have tasks that they do well. Three, only do a straight stitch. Two can do a Read More
Month: October 2018
Tips And Tools Tuesday – The Perfect Place to Find Practice Fabric!
Have you ever wanted to try making a block using an unfamiliar technique, but, didn’t because you were afraid you’d mess up and waste fabric? Been there. Done that. I don’t like to waste fabric! When designing a new pattern, or trying out a new block or technique, I don’t use the fabric that I designated Read More
Tips And Tools Tuesday – Work Smarter, Not Harder
The older I get, the more I have to find ways to work smarter instead of harder. Our sewing room remodel has made progress. The wall between the sewing room and hallway now has a relocated door and sheet rock. Yay! Notice the red contraption in the left side of the photo? It is for Read More
My House is a Wreck! Yay! Sewing Room Remodel Update.
Ooh, I’m so excited! Everything is topsy turvy! In case you didn’t know, my Sweetheart is remodeling my sewing room. Yep, everything has been removed and the room has been gutted. Stripped down to the bare walls. This is a view from the doorway BEFORE. By the way, what looks like a huge dirt smudge Read More