This is one of the most useful tools I use when sewing.Â For years I have hand made my own to use, then tossing out when they get â€œused upâ€.Â I hope you will find this as handy and useful in your sewing as I have. Â Follow the images below to see how I use […]
Holidays always remind me I really should clean up my sewing room.Â Here is a cute story about sewing ADD so many sewers develop! Spring Cleaning http://popser.com/Cleaning.html P.S.Â I know I’m not alone since I just Googled Images ofÂ “sewing room disasters”.
I will never forget the feel of a smooth running mechanical sewing machine….
For several years I have sewn with my oldest granddaughter by my side. She was always egging me on to sew doll clothes and other critters.
We had a huge thunder and lightening storm last night! Â If you’re like me, rain makes perfect weather for reading or sewing. Â If you have a sewing machine that has a computer “brain”, you need to remember to use a power surge protector that grounds your precious sewing machine. What a SHOCK it would be […]
Helping us sew As a sewing instructor I have a large spectrum of ages and abilities of sewing students.Â There are sewing aids to help with some of the basic physical problems for sewing machine users. – – – – – – – -Easier to thread sewing machine needles – – – – – – […]
My ears are always open when I sew.Â As a young girl sitting upstairs on warm summer Southern California days at my momâ€™s Necchi Sewing machine, I listened to the radio. Arthur Godfrey (Arthur Godfrey Time, 1960-72) was one audible window to my world. Â Â I adored the voice of Â Kate Smith http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kate_Smith; she had a […]
“Grandma, what are we going to make today?” When the GRAND girls come over, they want to do things! Â Making Felt Stuffies has been popular these days. Â I have been sewing these on my Janome Mini, since I bought if for them to learn on someday. Â They see it used, and what it can sew. […]