I couldn’t have made it through my daughter’s wedding without my BERNINA machines!
It’s hard to believe that my daughter’s wedding was a month and a half ago. My BERNINA 830 helped me create the dress of her dreams.
If you’re planning a trip to New York City, be sure to stop by The ArtQuilt Gallery•NYC, a gallery devoted entirely to art quilts from around the world. Here’s what they have scheduled for the rest of 2013:
Hello, WeAllSew friends! This is Amber from Crazy Little Projects. One of the things I love to do on my blog is make appliqued animal-hooded towels. Applique can seem a little intimidating but isn’t really all that hard when you start with a quick and easy project like this fun Fourth of July hand towel.
Need a last-minute gift for Father’s Day? Use custom themed fabric to stitch up a quick basket liner, then fill it to the brim with coordinating goodies to create a personalized present for any dad.
A timeless classic for a new generation. Combining simple construction with a fresh cotton print, this vintage-inspired pattern is the perfect template for your little one’s summer wardrobe. Your little girl will grow up, but the fond memories of making something this special for her will never grow old.
My great-nephew recently celebrated his third birthday and DesignWorks came to the rescue to help create a car mat community for his special day. The PaintWork Tool and DesignWorks Softwware made it so easy to create special signs and symbols. I even created a little BERNINA store for his community!
Learn the basics of patchwork piecing and look at tools, tips, and tricks to make piecing fast and fun. Explore tube piecing, wallpaper piecing and other techniques that go beyond the basics of sewing two patches together.
Whether you’re relaxing pool side this summer, keeping warm by the bonfire, or looking for a unique gift for dad this Father’s Day, this simple DIY will ensure you’ll never lose track of your drink again. Just slip the adjustable name tag over your favorite brew, and name your poison.
Beauty is really simple when you think about it. A humble spool of cotton clothesline turns into a beautiful basket with the simplest of sewing techniques. A zigzag stitch is all you need as you go round and round to produce the shape you desired. Then add some color to create the perfect home-dec accent.