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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Menu Monday’s! What’s on Your Menu?

  I am officially a baseball mom! I was last season too, but it was t-ball and basically a free-for-all. T loved t-ball so much that he begged to do it again in the spring. Well, I think I forgot I lived in Florida for awhile because T’s ‘spring’ season started Saturday!!! In Virginia this would have been a whole different story. So we arrived at the fields at 8:30am for a huge pre-season show and introductions then finished up {Read More}

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Fabric Piecing: Hearts or Tears?

  Riley Blake February Mystery Block Information – HERE!   On Wednesday, I discovered Riley Blake had released the information for their February Mystery Block. This month’s block is a fabric-pieced heart. I read the blog post and downloaded/printed all the directions so I could start. Then I realized my biggest problem: I do not know how to fabric piece!!  So off I went to Google to search fabric-piecing and found some good tutorials. Thankfully the pattern and the directions are straightforward. {Read More}

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Menu Monday’s! What’s On Your Menu?

Link to fabrics in this collection: 2twenty-thr3e by Erick & Julie Comstock for Moda Fabrics Greetings from sunny Florida! It is 75 degrees here right now with sunny skies and open windows. How was your weekend? My weekend was a mixed bag, but Sunday was the start of youngest’s T-ball season so he was very excited. He moved up to coach-pitched this season so it will be fun to see how his skills develop. Another first for me was that {Read More}

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Introducing… The Up & Over Travel Pouch!

As promised, here are a few sneak peaks of my first e-pattern!  It is called the “Up & Over Travel Pouch”.  If you are the type of person that has many small pouches in your handbags but want to condense it down to one, this may be a pattern to try out!  I hope to have the pattern ready to test in a few weeks and am almost finished with the copyrights. Spread the word if you know someone who {Read More}

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