A Sunday Jumble….

This Sunday Jumble is brought to you by my brain. I will blame it on the whole time forward issue I’m having with the kids this morning, or still being in la-la land from watching Justin Timberlake on SNL last night. Take your pick, but SNL was quite enjoyable! I have received great feedback for my Sunshine Sling Bag download and have been really enjoying showing it off.  Today, I’m linking my tutorial over at Or So She Says. Lots {Read More}

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How To Use A Ribbon Foot Attachment

This week I’m going to be sharing my go-to sewing feet for bag construction, both on my home machine and my industrial.  To start it off, I am re-posting a tutorial from a few years back that I did on the Ribbon-Sequin Foot.  This is a really fun and easy to use foot that would be a great addition to your sewing box! See you Monday! After finishing some projects in the studio this week, I began to gather my {Read More}

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My Sew-Vivor 2013 Entry!

If you follow the blog Family Ever After, you will have already noticed that sign-ups for the second season of SEW-VIVOR are currently taking place. I followed Season 1 and told myself I would enter when Season 2 came along.  So when they announced Season 2 link-ups starting, I hesitated. What do I enter? I sew mostly handbags and other smaller accessories, what if everyone makes these fantastic maxi  dresses, or those cute girly baby bloomers with homemade ruffles? But as I {Read More}

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Menu Monday’s! What’s on your menu?

Happy Monday says the G-Money Clown Cowboy! (M’s words not mine!) This is a shot of my husband at his large store meeting last night. He takes so much pride in his work and when there is something important he needs to say to his teams, he enjoys making a pretty big production.  It pumps up his employees and gets them ready for a new season or a big event. With M, you can be sure that a meeting like this {Read More}

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My Future Farmer of America

FFA. Future Farmers of America is an national organization founded in 1928 by young farmers that wanted future generations to know that agriculture is so much more than just working on a farm. They wanted people to understand the science, business, art, technology that goes into agriculture and to be prepared for how it evolves in the future. My oldest son took a 6 week “Ag” class as part of his vocational wheel this past fall.  When the January semester came, {Read More}

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