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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See Kate Sew: Envelope Clutch Sew-Along

I often see the most adorable sew-alongs on the blogs I read.  Many times I pass them by.  Sometimes they may not be my cuppa, or may times they involve the most adorable girl clothing. For the most part though I have to see if it fits into my schedule. When I read  See Kate Sew ‘s  current sew-along information, I signed right up. Quick easy and a great potential gift project. What’s not to love? Her sew-along right uses a {Read More}

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The Sunshine Sling Bag! Tutorial & Download

I gave up my weekly Menu Monday’s to work on the finishing touches on my first free tutorial and download. I have previously done a few small tutorials, but this is one I’ve been working for some time now. So without further babbling let me introduce you to: The Sunshine Sling Bag! The inspiration for this bag came from a similar look I saw a woman wearing last year on the t-ball fields. The sling I saw had the tie-top {Read More}

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Introducing the Locked and Loaded Bag!

A few months ago I was lucky enough to be chosen to be a pattern tester for Sara over at Sew Sweetness.  Sara is an super talented lady and her handbag patterns are so original and fun.  If you head over to her site, you will see her pattern shop in the menu. Click on it and see the handbag patterns she has available for sale. The bag you are seeing right now is her latest, called “The Locked and {Read More}

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All Those Little Metal Feet….

Up until a few months ago I owned three sewing machine feet. A basic stitching foot, a zipper foot for my Juki Industrial and a walking foot for my Industrial Consew. Since I do not sew clothing beyond basic repairs and experiments three feet worked for me. Then in the fall, I traded in two old tired sewing machines and used the credit to purchase a new Janome DC2012. I wanted a basic machine to do a few little things {Read More}

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