Don’t you love this basket? Look closely; can you tell what it’s made of? Barb Lake, BERNINA at Fancyworks, Marissa, IL, recycled packing paper and stitched up a sturdy basket to use for displays. She told me, “I just couldn’t send all that good paper into the recycling bin!”
Sew Much Comfort is dedicated to providing adaptive clothing to all wounded service members as a way to say “Thank you for your selfless service.” Read about how YOU can help!
The simplest shapes often make the strongest impression. This bag epitomizes the marriage of form and function. Practical on the inside, fashion accessory on the outside. You won’t want to be seen without one. Beautiful in its simplicity… and simply beautiful!
One of our lovely BERNINA Sewing Celebrities and WeAllSew expert Vanessa Christenson of V and Co. created this spectacular spider web runner using her new BERNINA 780 E.
I had so much fun putting together little outfits for my article in Through the Needle ONLINE Issue #14 (October 2012)! While looking for t-shirts and sweaters to cut up for doll clothes I found this electric lime fabric with little spiders and bats and thought, “Hey! I could make a skirt!” So I did.
Do you have an old jean jacket that’s just a little outdated and boring? Kerry Finn tells how she used Rit Dye, frayed threads, embroidery, and a bit of serging to transform a plain garment into a boutique-stye jacket.
I’m Rose Mary Smart and I hang out with the gang at Sew What Bernina in Beaumont Texas. I saw this dress form on the cover of BERNINA’s Through the Needle Online magazine (Issue #11) and loved it so I made it my way. Hope you like it!