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:
Reflecting back on our Pinterest Fabric Design Contest which ran April 1 to April 22, the outcome was amazing. Thank you so much to all of you for participating and for creating so many awesome entries. You can be proud of your work. The designs are beautiful!
It’s no secret that people are attached to their stuff, especially the stuff that we use every day. Let’s face it, the stuff is not just our “things,” the stuff becomes our companion. It’s watched us develop our skills, been with us through celebrations, and sometimes been there to see us at our, shall I
Do you remember when you got your first sewing machine? How about the second or third? Even for those of us who’ve acquired several machines over the years, “meeting” each one is always exciting. Kimberly Einmo (you may have seen her quilting classes on Craftsy) tells about the day she met her newest machine.
Hello, WeAllSew readers! I’m Marigold from a little blog on the other side of the Internet called Hideous! Dreadful! Stinky!, and I’m here to invite you to take off your pants with me. What’s that? You’re not that kind of girl? Well, hang on and let me explain…
BEERNINA of America’s new Creative Center is a place for sewing enthusiasts to meet with their peeps that share the same passion, creating and advancing their skills in hands-on sewing, embroidery and quilting sessions. Where is it, you ask? Right across our corporate offices in Aurora, Illinois.
The BERNINA team was thrilled to spend a beautiful Friday and Saturday at Chautauqua Park in Boulder, CO for The Makerie retreat – three days filled with sewing, quilting, relaxing, and yes, more sewing. Almost 20 BERNINA 350 PE’s stitched away for two days straight, joined by women from all over the wor
I was looking for an appropriate post for Earth Day, and then Jenelle over at TrashN2Tees told me about these little bags she makes out of t-shirt sleeves. Super idea! I pulled a pretty purple sleeve out of my stash of deconstructed t-shirts and 20 minutes later I had this cute little pouch!
On Wednesday Alice and I are heading to Boulder, Colorado for the Makerie Sewing Retreat. I’m ooking forward to the slumber party on Saturday night. We will be making a cute shoe bag, giving away great goodies, and one lucky attendee will win a brand new BERNINA 215.
Thanks to all who sewed along with us for our Sunrise Baby Quilt Sew-along! We loved seeing how you created your very own Sunrise Baby Quilts, and if you shared a photo with us you’ve entered our super goody-bag giveaway – and we’ll announce the big winner at the bottom of the post!