WIP Wednesday: What Type of Sashing to Use?

This week I have had several projects going on at once. Luckily, they are all going well and should be done soon.  I am still finding that working on one project for a few hours then switching over to another mid-day is working well for me. Keeps me on my toes! I finally finished my last Sugar Block Club 2014 block.  Here are all 12 blocks set out. I will play around with the placement tomorrow.  Until then, can ya’ll {Read More}

WIP Wednesday ~ Scraps & Design Walls ~

I’m so happy that Lee of Freshly Pieced has started up her WIP Wednesday’s again!  Last year I started to use Wednesday’s to share what I was working on, but posting it to share with others really helped me get through my checklists and become more efficient.  So today I have one big (at least to me) WIP that I completed last week. My overflowing scrap bin: This scrap bin has been accumulating fabric for what seems like years.  In the {Read More}

WIP Wednesday ~ My Vintage Cross-Stitch Pillow Rehab Project ~

Do any of you have a memory chest? Or maybe a rubbermaid bin filled with assorted memories of your high school or college years?  I’m not a hoarder by any means, but I do have a few of these bins.  Some are filled with my college textbooks (I was a Family & Consumer Sciences Education teacher).  I have yearbooks, notes and knick-knacks in another.  This weekend as we got out our holiday decorations I found an old cross stitch pillow I {Read More}

Cyber Monday Sale!

  Happy Monday Everyone!!  I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving full of family and wonderful food.  I know I did!  I also spent some time getting my studio organized and ready for Cyber-Monday in My Etsy Shop and some pop-up fabric bundles on Instagram. So now through Wednesday, enter code RS2014 at checkout and receive 15% off your purchase!  This includes in stock sewing supplies and in-stock handbags of all sizes!  Woot! I’ll be back tomorrow so show {Read More}

Cutting into hoarded fabric….

Do you have fabric designers or lines that you hoard away and refuse to touch?  I have a few.  Japanese fabric of any kind, Tula Pink (although I have some duplicate prints I have cut into!) and Cotton and Steel.  Well, this week I finally broke down and cut into that Cotton and Steel. Not a lot, but just enough to make a small boxy pouch to keep my hand stitching materials in. I have a ton of linen, so {Read More}

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