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Out of my Funk with the Asymmetrical Drape Top

I’ve been embroidering more and sewing less over the last few weeks. I discovered a new “addiction” of making key fobs and finger puppets in my machine’s embroidery hoop and had been stitching out many to try my hand at selling at our local Farmer’s Market. Now that the market days are over for the […]

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Sew Ready for Fall with Stylish Fabrics

Autumn is right around the corner, which was evident this past week at my house as we had several days that were cool enough to turn off the A/C and let some nice, fresh air into the house! Mother Nature must’ve been looking at my sewing plans. With the leafy fall top I made last week […]

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Ruching Carlie’s Dolman for a Fall Top

With school starting in less than two weeks, I decided it was about time to switch gears from summer to fall sewing. My younger daughter needs a few more shirts since she’s now fitting in the sizing that my older daughter seemed to jump over. I asked if she had any idea what she wanted and […]

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Sale Rack Refashion

When I began sewing for my family, my main focus was up-cycling old clothes/curtains/sheets into “new” clothes. My reasoning was simply because it was so much cheaper than buying new fabric. I was learning and was hesitant to spend a lot on something that I might mess up, so I re-purposed many things into “new” for […]

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Sew Americana Tour

Every year for July 4th, I make my kids each something patriotic to wear so I jumped at the chance when I heard that Katy at Wild & Wanderful had an opening in her Sew Americana Blog Tour. After securing myself a spot, I got to thinking that maybe it was my turn to get decked […]

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