7 Pretty Things on Sunday….

Happy Sunday! Today M and I are taking the boys up to Adventure Island Water Park in Tampa for a morning of water fun. With one week left before school begins, this will be our big final adventure of the summer.  Summer break has gone by so fast and next week at this time I’ll be a mom to a 6th & 3rd grader and a teeny-tiny Kindergartener!  I find myself looking at my baby and wondering what I’m going {Read More}

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Chugging along….

Good morning and happy Thursday everyone!  The past few days I have been busy catching up with projects in my studio as well as getting the boys ready to start school. Have I mentioned how hard it is to shop for three young boys? They are at an age where I cannot sew cute clothes for them, so we are forced to shop online or in stores for clothes. Sigh. Retail take note: Please produce stylish clothes for boys. Especially {Read More}

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I was on PatternPile.com!!

Earlier this week, I received notice that my denim recycled pocket pouch tutorial was featured as a free daily tutorial on PatternPile.com! I have been a loyal reader of PatternPile for some time, so to see my first tutorial shared there was an awesome feeling.  If you are a lover of DIY handbags and accessories, you will love this site. In addition to free tutorials, PatternPile shares patterns created by men and women all over the blogosphere.  You are also {Read More}

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I’m Not a “Techie”, But….

I love surfing online. I love reading my blogs and working on my own, but I am not what you’d call a “techie”. I dabble.  So when my blogging friend Janelle over at Emmaline Bags & Patterns started working on her Google+ page, I decided to dust my page off and bring it to life.  Janelle introduces you to a great Google+ tutorial over at In the Old Road.  The tutorial is presented in 4 parts and Shasta guides you {Read More}

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A Ta-Da Tuesday

My first hooray for today was finally opening my box from Fabric.com.  The waterlogged box was waiting for me Saturday when I arrived home from vacation. Totally mashed up and in bad shape because even on my doorstep, the storms still got it. Thank goodness for plastic wrapping because the fabric was in perfect condition. After a run through the washer and dryer and a good steam ironing, my new fabric is ready to be used. If you wonder what {Read More}

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