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This was my last create-a-creature to make before Christmas. And what a creature to end with! A loving Aunty is making this a gift to her niece and was able to tell me all sorts of wonderful things about the … Continue reading
I have been having so much fun making iPod cozies this past week. It all started when I saw a photo of a monster iPod cozy as I was researching ideas for my children’s sewing classes (I already have 17 students … Continue reading
There are very few things I love in this life more than learning new things. This is why I am always taking courses, always reading books, always have a list of things I want to learn more about. But I … Continue reading
Another little miss had her birthday last week. This young lady loves fairies, so when I saw a tutorial for fairy bendy dolls, I knew what to do! Isn’t she cute? The birthday girl aslo enjoys making things, so I … Continue reading
The bunnies in my sewing room have been multiplying (as bunnies are wont to do). I’ve been having a lot of fun playing with wool sweaters and making puffy little tails. Here is the newest member of the family: This is … Continue reading
Can you believe that Easter is only a month away? On a snowy blustery day like today it doesn’t seem possible that spring is almost here. The sewing room has turned into a bit of a bunny workshop over the … Continue reading
I admit that I am often a last-minute person. Although I have great plans for holidays that might start months in advance, the bulk of the work is usually done a day or two before. And so, Valentine’s day is … Continue reading
Remember my list of projects for the finish-a-long? 10 months (and a little more) before Christmas and my tree skirt is done!! (Never mind that I started it in November…it’s much nicer to think of being really early than really … Continue reading
It worked! Here is my take on a pajama-eating monster pillow: They are soft and fuzzy and they eat pajamas for breakfast. Christmas sewing is almost done!