The Summer Treat Traveler using Dutch Treat Fabric by Betz White!

Oh, I’ve been SO ready to share some great new happenings on the blog lately!  There has been a lot of creating and sewing going on, but very little to share and gush over. Until now.   I had the opportunity recently to get my bag-stitchin’ hands on Betz White’s new fabric collection for Riley Blake Designs called Dutch Treat!! Betz is not only a fabulous designer of bags, a knitting queen and creates the best wool/felt designs, the gal has a {Read More}

My Tutti Fruity Penny Pinchers ~ A Betz White Pattern ~

I had the opportunity to test a new and unique pattern recently from Betz White.  Called the Tutti Fruity Penny Pinchers, these cute little fruits are actually coin pouches with a hidden flex-frame closure! I was a little nervous at first to start these pouches.  I don’t typically work with felt or do much embroidery, and these involve both.  After reading through the pattern though it looked like a quick sew and I jumped right in.  It’s always fun to learn {Read More}

Now Available!! ~ The Diane Tote Pdf Pattern ~

The Diane Tote on the cover was made using Fantasia from Sara Lawson for Art Gallery Fabrics. Say hello to my first pdf pattern, The Diane Tote!  This pattern has been a long time coming but I she is finally ready to be released into the world. I have been wanting to start making downloadable patterns for some time now.  My biggest obstacle was more of a confidence thing, rather than actual creating pattern and sewing it.  More importantly, I {Read More}

WIP Wednesday ~ Learning & Doing

Lots of WIP going on in the studio right now. This is a good thing though because these cuties are ALL finally back in school and I have a few hours of quiet sewing a day! For the first time ever I will have each of my boys in a different school 6th – 9th – 3rd.  Three new starting and ending times.  It’s going pretty well so far, but I really need to sit down and work on my daily schedule! {Read More}

The Promise Ring Backpack by Sew Sweetness!

I had the best time testing Sara’s (Sew Sweetness) newest pattern, The Promise Ring Backpack.  This is a cute and very structured backpack that would be great for kids and moms alike! The Promise Ring pattern does not take long to sew up.  It is well-written with tons of images to guide you along the way.  Besides having your normal sewing gear on hand, I would suggest having your walking foot out too.  It will be helpful when you sew the exterior {Read More}

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