Nothing is better than eating a steaming hot yummy dinner roll. Would you agree? There are a few times when my rolls totally flop…and they didn’t look good.
Teaching kids to sew is a wonderful thing. It can be a little bit tricky though to get them interested long enough to finish a sewing project. Whether it
Today I get to share a little quilt I sewed up using Pat Sloan’s new fabric line from Moda. The fabric is so super cute and I love it
Spring is the time of flowers! All kinds of different ones…..but just in case the weather isn’t cooperating with you, here is something super quick you can sew up
This past week we got a few boxes and some new visitors to the back yard. Backyard Bees. yup. That’s right. Let the buzzing begin. Our family is movers.
During the last little bit I have been busy sewing a few things for a new charity I have come into contact with. I love, love the opportunity to
In my local quilt last month we learned a little bit about how to sew a string quilt. I was so surprised at how simple it was to sew….and
I saw a dish scrubber the other day that had little floppy bumps all over one side so it could scrub a little bit better than a flat surface. After
I am a sucker for awesome pincushions. I have quite a little selection. Some of them I’ve made, some are free pincushion patterns. I’m not big into complicated patterns.
A lavender sachet doesn’t have to be a specific size or shape. These little sachets are a triangle. They even have a little ribbon loop so you can hook
Pin cushions are seriously one of my favorite things. They are so simple to make and you can explore so many options to incorporate. One of them- the thimble.