For all of you who followed us on Facebook the last four days, I hope you enjoyed the inspirational breeze from Ventura, California, where the second DIY conference Craftcation was held. As the photos speak for themselves, you can tell it was a blast!
Have you ever wanted to become a fabric designer? Joining the likes of Tula Pink and Amy Butler? Starting with a blank canvas and taking your eye for color combinations and patters a step further? Well here is your chance!
If you aren’t using your Free Hand System to raise and lower the presser foot of your machine, here’s only some of what you are missing:
Faster Sewing: It has been proven that using the FHS will speed your sewing by 20%. Think of what you could do with that time – a trip to the spa, read a steamy novel, or sew more fun things!
Last week we completed our instructions for Erika’s Sunrise Baby Quilt, so maybe you’re wondering why we’re posting again for Week 5. Maybe you’re thinking, “I finished my quilt and it’s totally cute! What more is there to do?” Well. We have a surprise for you.
Volunteers in Iowa help to support newborns in need through The Preemie Project – read about how you can help!
The DIY Craftcation conference starts tomorrow, and I’m very much looking forward to being there. I had the opportunity to attend the inaugural event last year and was amazed by the three-day indie business and do-it-yourself (DIY) workshop retreat.
Nearly done! This week Erika has absolutely fabulous instructions for stitching a double-fold, mitered-corner binding to your quilt.