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Organise your Sewing Machine Needles!

Download pdf tutorial A4 or US Letter Size

Download pdf organizer pages A4 or US Letter Size (including new spare pocket page)

Link to free tutorial to make Binder Cover (download on that page)

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Tuesday
Karen commented on the blog post 'How generous'
"Hi Imogen The only thanks I would like is to see pictures of The Sewing Machine Needle Organizers people have made using my free files!   I use mine all the time, and actually made a second one just for my collection of Twin Needles and…"
Monday
Sharon Maynard left a comment for Karen
"I just saw the pin cushion tutorial. Thank you! I am going to try and follow the instructions without using a pattern -- I'm not much for patterns, but I do like to freestyle stuff (which probably explains why my projects turn out as they do!)…"
Monday
Sharon Maynard commented on the blog post 'Foolproof Crazy Quilt Project - Upcycled Wool Bag (Part Three) FINISHED!'
"I LOVE the bag you made! "
Monday
Karen commented on the blog post 'Foolproof Crazy Quilt Project - Upcycled Wool Bag (Part Three) FINISHED!'
"Hi Joan I have an I-pad now and the e-book version worked really well for me especially as I can enlarge the pages to see in more detail. I quite fancy the Tablet Purse project too!"
Monday
Karen commented on the blog post 'A Sewist in The Making: Pisces'
"Gosh, you should see the mistakes I make trying to get some things done. My unpicker is my best friend (especially as she won't tell!)"
Monday
Joan Milka commented on the blog post 'Foolproof Crazy Quilt Project - Upcycled Wool Bag (Part Three) FINISHED!'
"Looks awesome!  I've been eyeing up this book for quite some time. I have an obsession with crazy quilting. You did a beautiful job."
Monday
A blog post by Karen was featured

Foolproof Crazy Quilt Project - Upcycled Wool Bag (Part Three) FINISHED!

Well I finished all the embroidery!  It's not exactly the same as the book (surprise!). Where I started to run…See More
Monday

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I am an awesome:
intermediate sewer
My sewing interests are:
handbags, garment, doll making, embroidery, hand sewing
I sew as a:
hobbyist
I am interested in learning how to:
a) actually use the stuff I have bought over the years, b) get more things right first time and c) fit more sewing into my day!
My sewing machine(s):
Domestic, Serger
The brand(s) of my sewing machine(s):
Janome
I am interested in patterns such as:
ePatterns, Independents
My Blog URL:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/auntystitches/

Karen's Blog

Foolproof Crazy Quilt Project - Upcycled Wool Bag (Part Three) FINISHED!

Posted on February 6, 2016 at 5:30pm 3 Comments

Well I finished all the embroidery!  It's not exactly the same as…

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Foolproof Crazy Quilt Project - Upcycled Wool Bag (Part Two)

Posted on January 18, 2016 at 6:30pm 0 Comments

At the end of part-one, I said I was ready to add stabilizer to the finished bag panel.  I…

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Foolproof Crazy Quilt Project - Upcycled Wool Bag (Part 1)

Posted on January 11, 2016 at 11:00am 2 Comments

I got a lovely surprise for Christmas, a copy of this e-book called "…

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Hand Embroidered "Summer Meadow"

Posted on January 11, 2016 at 9:00am 2 Comments

I recently treated myself to a local workshop to create my own version of this lovely hand embroidered panel.  …

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At 3:19pm on February 8, 2016, Sharon Maynard said…

I just saw the pin cushion tutorial. Thank you! I am going to try and follow the instructions without using a pattern -- I'm not much for patterns, but I do like to freestyle stuff (which probably explains why my projects turn out as they do!)  

At 10:32am on January 23, 2016, SH said…
No that is not correct. I may have misunderstood the question.
At 1:13pm on January 16, 2016, Sharon Maynard said…

Thank you for the tip on posting the link to my blog.I love the bags shown in your photo section!!! Learning how to make bags is on my "things to learn" list. Right  now, I'm still leaning how to cut straight lines for quilts (I'm not joking about this). I hope to sew well enough to be able to create fabric coasters for tea sets for gifts and swaps.

At 3:32pm on August 28, 2015, Leslie Hinton said…

how can we report spam/phishing

At 8:50am on August 22, 2015, Pam keith said…

Thank you Karen. I'm looking forward to expanding my knowledge and this site looks like it will help quit a bit.

At 2:34pm on August 21, 2015, Dawn Haigler said…
Thank you very much for the warm welcome. I'm looking forward to exploring & discovering all your site has to offer.
At 11:56am on August 10, 2015, Tricia Hardin said…

Will do, thank you so much!

At 9:46am on August 4, 2015, Fran Braggs said…
Thx much Karen, for the welcome!
At 8:49pm on August 3, 2015, Judy Russell said…

Thank you Karen, I've got it now. 

At 5:45am on July 28, 2015, Denise said…
Hi Karen, Thank you for the warm welcome. I'm sure I will enjoy this site and hopefully learn lots of new skills!! There is some gorgeous projects on here what people have made.
Denise

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