A Craft Room Bombing….

With the dark dreary skies and a sick child on the couch, I decided to take out my checklist *and Lysol* and tackle some studio organization issues I’m having.  The issues mostly deal with fabric storage and keeping it neat and easy to see. But, from the picture you’re looking at it seems like a whole studio clean up is needed doesn’t it? Let’s see what’s going on here…. My floor: It is the only thing clean right now. The {Read More}

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Enter to Win The Boyd St. Bowling Bag ePattern by Emmaline Bags & Sewing Patterns!

I am so excited to finally share with you the e-pattern I tested a few weeks ago! The pattern was created by my blog buddy Janelle over at Emmaline Bags & Patterns.  Janelle is a super-talented designer and her site is full of wonderfully detailed tutorials, tips and information about handbag designing. On top of that, she has her own shop that sells her line of e-handbag patterns and also purse hardware. Don’t ya just love one-stop shopping?! My Boyd {Read More}

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Menu Monday’s! What are your plans for the week?

How was your weekend?  I had quite a busy one, but very fun and rewarding.  The Florida weather has been kind of PMS-ing recently, so after a few days of hot/cold, wet/dry the Sunshine State decided to live up to her name and give us some great weather.  The boys spent a good portion of Saturday playing water balloon wars with the neighbors. I’m talking hours here. The only arguing came at the end when they looked like drowned rats {Read More}

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Patchwork, Please!

Earlier in the week I mentioned my pre-ordered copy of Patchwork, Please! by Ayumi Takahashi came from Amazon. By now I have gone through it quite a few times and pretty much want to make everything!  Ayumi’s blog, Pink Penguin was one of the first blogs I started following when I started sewing again. I have made several her tutorials and really like her simple, clean style. But as of this week, I had never paper pieced before except for {Read More}

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The Uptown Hobo by Rose.Is.A.Rose

This adorable bag you see below is from fellow handbag designer and knitter Rose from the blog Rose.Is.A.Rose.  This is her first e-pattern release so when she contacted me to test her pattern, I was honored and excited to try it out!   Here is my Uptown Hobo: The Uptown Hobo has a finished size of 14″ x 11″. I just love the shape of this hobo, don’t you?! It’s roomy enough to put all my go-to handbag items and also {Read More}

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