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Two fabrics side by side

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All’s Quiet…

I’ve been silent for a month but I haven’t been idle. Our local sewing group is officially happening and our first real meeting was last weekend. I had a great time with everyone and I definitely want to thank Joann’s Fabrics for providing a great space for us to meet and work together! The staff…

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2020 Sewing Goals

Every year I struggle with the idea of a New Year’s Resolution. In the past I have always had high hopes, setting resolutions that were difficult, if not impossible, to keep up with. Mostly they centered around losing weight or getting more organized, but I always overshot and ended up failing to follow through. For…

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Recovering from my Pink Fur Coat

Pink Fur Coat

Last Friday (7 days ago) I had a minor medical procedure and was faced with a fairly long recovery. The first few days were agony but once the wound started to heal and I was able to stand more than five seconds without crying I, of course, had to sew something. Just after the holiday,…

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2020 is here and I’m restless to connect with my fellow sewists!

Collection of fabrics

So New Year’s came and went and I found myself listening to a bunch of podcasts about setting goals for the new year. It got me to thinking about how isolated I’ve felt lately when it comes to my sewing projects. When I tell people I sew, everyone assumes that I’m a quilter. Although I…

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December Projects: To Blog or Not To Blog

Swatches from my Spoonflower Store

Those of you who are reading this and know me, know that I am both a Graphic Designer and a Seamstress. For the past year I’ve been sitting on the fence about which way I should land for my on-line brand.

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