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Londa Rohlfing
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  • Savoy, IL
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I am an awesome:
I've sewn - all my life - which led to a B.S. in Home Economics, my own pattern line in Heirloom sewing in the late 80's, then my own retail storefront from 1990 - 2--3 - and now my website, <a href=""; target="new"></a>;.

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My favorite type of sewing has become my niche - Creative Sweatshirt Jackets - transforming a sweatshirt into a stylish jacket. In addition to my website, I travel the country to guilds, shops, and expos to sell my productsand embellishments and teach my techniques. I have a hubby, 2 grown children, and a grandson!
My sewing interests are:
garment, home decor
My sewing machine(s):
Pfaff 7550, Elna serger
I am interested in patterns such as:
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Soft Doll for Grandbaby from Nana

Posted on October 28, 2018 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

Just as my Grandma made me my 'Lucy Doll'  - gee, about 63 years ago - this Christmas it was time to create a similar cloth doll for my own granddaughter.  I found this 'Poppy' doll pattern at Etsy - ran it by my daughter for approval, and it was a 'GO'.  HERE is a link to purchasing that pattern for yourself.

poppy doll pattern     …


Fabric Bowl Covers Make Great Gifts

Posted on October 14, 2018 at 8:00am 0 Comments

Just like Grandma (or Great-Grandma) used daily, SAVE $ and be ‘Green’ by using act RE-Using these Fabric Bowl Covers instead of plastic or foil.  When they get dirty just throw into the wash (or wipe off  if you fuse vinyl to the fabric).  

This is a great Beginning Sewing Project and makes a super Gift!

bowl covers

The aqua/lime bowl…


Toddler Fleece Appliqued Butterfly Jacket

Posted on October 8, 2018 at 6:00pm 0 Comments

Sewing for a granddaughter is a special delight.  This toddler  has SO many clothes, that I am making only a few and very special ones.  This polar fleece jacket was quite delightful to design and create.  Even though a big machine with embroidery capability sits in my sewing studio, I honestly am more comfortable with the traditional method of applique and I KNOW I enjoyed 'painting with my machine' and being the DRIVER rather than letting the computer part of an embroidery machine do the…


Sewing Teaches MANY Skills

Posted on October 1, 2018 at 6:00am 0 Comments


At the Sunroom Sewing Studio here in Jackson, TN my students learn a wide variety of skills necessary to successful living as a well-rounded, educated person.  Below is a summary of the types of things I naturally teach along with sewing skills.…


Sew a Walking Pouch from a T-Shirt

Posted on September 27, 2018 at 8:49pm 0 Comments

Walking Pouch from a T-Shirt Londa’s Sunroom Sewing Studiowalking pouch


  • Adult T-Shirt with pocket. (For my middle hip area measuring 43”), I used an Adult Small T-shirt) – but always err on too big to start rather than too small
  • 10” piece of Straight Fusible Stay Tape, or…

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At 4:39pm on February 4, 2013, Dora Daly said…
You just made me run out of my sewing room screaming YAY !!!!!! My son looked at me like I was crazy, but you were right and I can't thank you enough!!!!!
At 4:27pm on February 4, 2013, Dora Daly said…
That makes sooooo much sense!! I'm going to try it as soon as my husband gets home to watch the kids! I will let you know how it works
At 3:41pm on February 4, 2013, Dora Daly said…
Will try it! Do I need to adjust my tension a certain way? I seem to be having excessive bobbin issues if the foot doesn't meet the feeders
At 3:04pm on February 4, 2013, Dora Daly said…
Thank you Londa, I used my zipper foot and needled moved as far over as possible. Oh well I guess hand stitching is in order ugh!!!
At 2:25pm on February 4, 2013, Dora Daly said…
Londa, you seem to know a bunch about sewing, and I need expert advice! I'm trying to see a comforter and the problem comes in when attaching the thick braided cording. I can't get it close enough to just show the cord on the right side. I have pictures of it on my page. Can you help me??
At 2:33pm on November 28, 2012, Karen said…


Have just watched the You Tube video you did on trying Texture Magic as I have been researching it to do an article on it in the Bags Channel.  I went and looked on your website to see if there were any examples of you using it for collars etc but just found the product itself.  I am posting the article this Friday and would love to add pictures if you have any.  


At 9:00am on June 1, 2009, Mary said…
Not exactly given the reins over. My daughter thought she would like to try and create a new Sew Whats New and did so with my blessing. Everything is her work and ideas. I visit to see what's new.
At 8:46am on June 1, 2009, Mary said…
Hi Londa, it's Mary from the "old" Sew Whats New. Your picture is great, and a second wedding gown too. What an undertaking. I remember the lovely job you did on the first one.
At 6:17am on June 1, 2009, Susan said…

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At 4:29pm on February 2, 2009, Larisa said…
hi Londa, i wanted to look at your website but its says:
No web site is configured at this address. may be its just problems on internet, will try again tomorrow :)


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