I don't know about y'all but I am so glad Spring is here and the weather is finally turning warmer and brighter. Pollen aside, the sunny days make me happy. They also make me want to sew pretty things! Good thing I am in a fabric store with the prettiest fabrics and notions for clothes, quilts and decorating that anyone could ever dream of! If you haven't been in Sew And Sews Place yet what could you possibly be waiting for? Here is your engraved invitation!
Well, once again we have openings for Sewing Teachers/Instructors. I know you are out there. Quit hiding under the bushes and bolts of fabrics in your stash. I have students who need you and I am only one person. Come on in and introduce yourself, let's chat. m
Did you know I make YouTube Videos of some of the sewing projects and box openings we do here in the Shop? Why yes, yes, I do! And our YouTube Channel is named of all things Sew And Sews Place. Let us know what you think and please share the links with ALL of your friends and family. We really do want to hear your feedback so we can improve and do more of the things you want to see. m
So overwhelming, so much amazingly cute fabric and so much color. Love it! Fabrics from Blank there is Show Me the Honey, from Bernartex we have Rise-N-Shine and from FreeSpirit is this rousing BioGeo. They are all so inspiring. Come on in and se for yourself.
How about a cute bow? This one is quick and easy, useful too.
Why do I need a mannequin? Because we are all different, that's why. Let me 'plain a few things about mannequins. Let me also show you what I really looked like under my cute dress 15 years ago. Watch for more! m
How About Trying a Quick Serger Project For a Change.
I used 3/4 yd of our 45" Satin Fabric, and 1/4 yd of our pretty coordinated 100% cotton fabric for the trim band. Everything was pre-washed and cut before I started. I chose a pillowcase from home as my pattern.
There are so many things going on, see for yourself! (Feb 5, 2021)
Two Boxes Arrived on Feb 3, 2021! Twice as Nice!
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Long ago, in a land far, far away... just kidding. My grandmother introduced me to hand sewing when I was six, and I was hooked. By the age of twelve I was using my moms sewing machine and for my Sweet Sixteen I received my very own Kenmore. Her name is Faithful, and she has travelled the world with my family and I over the years.
I believe sewing is a skill that once learned can never be taken away. Like riding a bike. Also, should be enjoyed with the finest fabrics and tools. I mean why not? We only dance once, and you want to do it in the prettiest shoes! m
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