Soaker Giveaway!

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I have never done a giveaway before mostly because I’m paranoid that no one will enter! I am still paranoid but I think it’s time I give it a shot. As I previously posted, I recently got an embroidery machine. … Continued

New Machine!

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I started looking into embroidery machines a couple of months ago. I REALLY liked the Husqvarna Viking Designer SE. It was a dream… was also $3000 and out of the question. Because I had never embroidered a thing in my … Continued

Yay or Nay?

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I don’t usually buy fabric with a specific project in mind, I buy it because I like it and then I have to figure out what to do with it. Because of this, I am stuck with some prints that … Continued

Scratch That

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Turns out, I won’t be able to use that pattern for the contest. So, I’m back to square one deciding which contest to enter. That said, I think I’m still going to (slowly) work on that outfit because I really … Continued

Vintage Baby

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I have a weak spot for everything vintage. I love vintage cookbooks, vintage patterns, vintage inspired clothing etc so I when I saw this reprint of a vintage pattern, I had to have it and more importantly, I had to … Continued

My Sewing Space

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Yeah, yeah, I know this is the second post today but it’s a special one. We were discussing sewing/craft areas on a message board and I decided to go ahead and take pictures of mine. I live in a fairly … Continued

Fluffy Butt, Again.

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I am still experimenting with diapers for my son and possibly for retail. This time I added a second insert and the super absorbent material sandwiched between the outter and inner layers. The inner layers still is minky for keeping … Continued

There Will Be Blood

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I knew it was only a matter of time until I bled (pin pricks aside) while sewing something. While working on this skirt I managed to very nearly impale my little finger on my very sharp Gingher dressmaker’s shears. Ouch. … Continued