Field Study Totes, Vintage Singers & A Noodlehead Book!

I am happy to say I’m finally caught up with the Field Study Tote Sew-Along and am ready for the next steps this week.  I really love sew-alongs. Especially when they are spaced out and the end result will be awesome! All my pieces are cut out, interfaced and hardware organized.  I installed the interior pocket with velcro closure and installed the nice interior zipper too.  Next week I believe we are tackling the exterior pocket(s) and magnetic snaps so {Read More}

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WIP Wednesday – Sew-Along Edition

My WIP’s this week are fun ones with no looming due dates.  I am finding (once again) that I am more productive when I have 2 or 3 projects going on in my studio at once.  I’ll tackle one in the morning after the boys are off to school, then by noontime I’ll switch to another.   Afternoons can be busy with activities so I’ll grab something more portable to do while they are snacking and doing homework. If you {Read More}

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My Sew Sweetness Sloan Bag!

Yesterday Sara Lawson of Sew Sweetness released a new handbag pattern called The Sloan Bag.  I had the opportunity to test this pattern out for Sara and would love to show you my version of it as well as my thoughts about the bag overall. The Sloan measures in at 18” long x 14” tall x 6” deep.  My pictures may not show it, but this is a LARGE bag!  Both side gussets have a nice roomy pocket with flap. I {Read More}

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Hello Pretty ~ My Antique Toy Singer Model 20

Yesterday on Instagram I shared a picture of my Mother’s Day gift from the hubby and boys.  It was a quick shot, but with everyone is still fast asleep, I can share a few more pictures of my new beauty and the history behind her.  Here she is! This is a Singer 20 Hand Crank Toy Sewing Machine!  And by toy, they meant it was originally designed for kids who wanted to learn to sew.  In the later years of production it was called {Read More}

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My Foam Stabilizer Tests & Results! Part 3

Welcome back!  This is part 3 and final day in a series I’m writing about foam stabilizers.  If you would like to read Part 1 click HERE.  Part 2 can be read HERE. A brief recap.   I decided to make three bucket bags, each using a different kind of foam stabilizer. The buckets were labeled “A”, “B”, and “C”.  At the end of Tuesday’s post, I shared my findings on bucket A then went on to compare and talk about Bucket {Read More}

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