Come learn to use a sewing machine with me!
Come learn how to make your first T-Shirt quilt block with me.
Have you ever seen a movie set in a specific time period but you’ve still been able to date the production because the current styles bled through? Hair styles, color themes and popular silhouettes give hints to the true time period in these movies. This also happens with period clothing sewing patterns.
After making multiple 1860 […]
I started my love of sewing in thrift stores. I enjoyed removing sleeves, shortening dresses and being able to stand out in a crowd. The world was a fashion show in the 1980s and for $20 I could buy a very vintage wardrobe. The store shelves were […]
I have had my professional business license to make and sell garments for a decade now. I thought it would be fun to round-up some of the more interesting makes and share some back story for each.
It was almost impossible to keep from sharing everything I have made. Making things strikes a deep nerve of […]
Come learn how to use your sewing machine or use one of ours.
This is one of the easiest dresses I have ever made on my serger! Don’t despair if you do not have a serger you can use your sewing machine with the zig zag stitch and it will work fine. Here is how I did it…..
My swimsuits are taking up an entire drawer and look like a bunch of tangled snakes. I promised myself I would not make as many this year… Swimwear is so much fun to make and it costs very little and so it wasn’t hard to go hog-wild on all of the endless possibilities.
It’s no secret I love buying new fabric almost as much as I love making things. However, I’m about to present you with a project that is free from buying new fabric, is easy and is eco-friendly.
It all started in 2016 when Ms. Glenda Miles, owner of Creative Communion in Pendleton Art Center, […]