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Putting the normally genteel art of embroidery and lively contemporary artist Louise Gardiner in the same sentence doesn’t make much sense – until you see her quirky work.
Louise is a pioneer of her unique free machine embroidery style which involves letting your imagination and sewing machine run away…
This is the one pillow I made for my niece, A memory pillow, After this was done, I could see where I could have done things differently, Yet, have to admit I did a good job! Where my niece was so happy, she has this pillow which now sits on her bed.…Continue
You can buy eyelets (also known as grommets) at most sewing retailers in a
variety of sizes and metals, as well as colors.
Most of the time the retailer also offers the tool needed to set the eyelets as well, it's…Continue
I found a free pattern for these cute baby pants and shoes on Needles and Spatula's. I made them for a special little guy that will be making his grand entrance soon.
Does anyone have suggestions of the best machine for a child to start learning to sew? She is 6 but has sewn some with me and now she wants a machine for her birthday. Some of the small machines do not have good reviews. Please share any suggestions. Thanks.
Happy Canada day! The center motif of this paper pieced wall hanging is based on the classic 9-patch maple leaf block turned on point and translated into a small foundation pieced block. Click here for the pattern. To learn how to paper piece, go to a Free Paper Piecing…Continue