Doesn’t this look like a fun class? It’s a hands-on event they held at The Sewing Room in Tucson, AZ, for their new B 750 sewing machine owners. They had lots of fun sewing Erika’s Geometric Quilt Block Pillow. Thanks, Mary, for sharing this photo!
Get your guest room ready for special visitors using your sewing machine, a little fabric, and a lot of ingenuity. Beginner-friendly projects include simple-to-make pillows, a thoughtful bedside basket, and a felted mug rug.
This picture of James and Dylan and their grandparents was taken at the Fort Worth Stockyards. The grandparents live in Torino, Italy, so they don’t get to see them very often. I wanted to make them a reminder of their time here in Texas but also something they could pack to take home with them.
As Sewing Celebrity Amanda Murphy of Amanda Murphy Designs has been exploring with her BERNINA 780 E, she has created some of the most beautiful projects. Amanda has even put together videos for each project using her Medallion, Harlequin and Fizz patterns. Enjoy!
Meet Debbie Cacciamani, BERNINA Resource Teacher in District W, the Pacific Northwest. Debbie’s Spiral Pillow with a Twist – with step-by-step instructions – was recently posted here at WeAllSew.com, and her technique for creating bobbinwork-embellished piping is featured in the next Through the Needle ONLINE magazine (Issue #13).
I love working with silks! The inspiration for this project—a beautiful spiral pillow from Linda Wenturine’s Pillow Panache Trio—is on the BERNINA of America website (www.berninausa.com). I made two small changes to the spirals to completely change the look of the finished project.
I cut 3 1/2 inch strips for my ruffles that I sewed, turned, pressed and ruffled for the pillow. The gathering foot would have had a tough time working its magic with the seam allowance down the center of the fabric strip. The ruffler plowed through perfectly.
It’s all in the details! And this is the perfect little detail for a wedding, a pretty pleated ring pillow for the ring bearer to carry down the aisle. Eunice and Sabrina from The Hello Lucky blog give you a little how-to for making your own little pleated ring pillow.