Katherine sent photos of a last-minute gift-wrapping project – beautiful! She had no wrapping paper, but plenty of fabric, so she made this precious wrap – which ended up being as big a hit as the gift!
I made this “Flip Flop” quilt a number of years ago. My son Matthew’s friend Alexis came over to help me make the quilt. We painted her feet and it did take a couple of tries but we were able to put them on the material without too many imperfections.
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…
Hi there! I am Michelle Jensen of Mixi Heart (www.MixiHeart.com). I am a pattern designer and long-arm quilter. Though I was exposed to very little sewing when younger, I have a passion today as if I have been in the sewing world all along. I love to quilt!!!
Victoria Findlay Wolfe began quilting to serve others through her Bumble Beans Basics project. Over 700 quilts later, Bumble Beans Basics continues to help those in need – see what you can do to join in and sew to serve others!
To make a fashion classic for the next generation: Start with a simple, classic shape: The Circle. Add a touch of floral embroidery. Put a fun new spin on a junior fashion. …and your little one is ready for the runway.
In my quest to keep my newly made over sewing space clean and organized, I recently discovered a small little product that will help me do just that. The Gypsy Bitty Buddy, a collapsible little nylon trash can you can use in your sewing room or take with you when you go to classes.
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