It is spring, right? Here is a picture from my sewing room window today. It has been snowing off and on since Sunday, (more on than off) I am ready for spring. Anyone else have snow? We also had an unusual visitor yesterday, Mr. Moose. He spent most o
Hi everyone. If anyone needs thread containers or just a small container (intended use is for scrapbook storage), these were purchased yesterday at Michaels on sale at a reasonable price. They are acid free and made in the USA.
Quilt-as-you-go, quilted in the hoop finally finished. Unofficial name is The Cat Covid Quilt, since it was started during the lock down and finished shortly after. These pictures are from my sister's guest bedroom--the quilt's home. The last picture is
Seat cover for Pepper, the four legged, 70 pound member of the family. Pepper was only a year old when this picture was take almost about 1 1/2 year ago. At that time, she weighed around 55 pounds, she has grown since then. I made the vest she is wearing.
If anyone is short of ideas for old jeans, here is another way to recycle them, a car seat cover. I made this for the back seat of the truck to help protect it from a very adorable but sometimes dirty "man's best friend", our 70 pound 2 year old dog.
At Aunt Annie's request, this is a quilt-as-you-go in progress. Currently working on the border. Using mostly scraps for the border, it sure takes longer thank just cutting strips of fabric to sew together. It might take a while to finish since there is
I have enjoyed reading about everyone's sewing room. It is good to know I am in good company. Does anyone get excited when they open a color of thread that they have not used before? I have only been embroidering for three years, have two different b