Every other week, we profile one of our customers to find out a little bit about their sewing life. This week the MD Sewist Spotlight is on Jennifer Hale.
We have a new quilting teacher here at MD and I’m thrilled to introduce Heather Davidson!
Last week kicked off the first week of the long and wonderful sewing classes for kids! Erica had 4 girls making skirts, tops, headbands and more in her 3 day class! It is so much fun to watch these kids create and relax behind the sewing machines. They are never intimidated by even the more … Continued
I have REALLY been needing to buy new kitchen towels. You feeling me? I didn’t want to spend a ton, so I went to the Swedish Superstore. I scoured through their ever-changing selection and didn’t find any that I liked. When I swept by their fabric department, I found some striped cotton fabric that I … Continued
I know it seemed like we already had a lot of serger cone thread, but now we can boast that we have every shade of Maxi-Lock. Every shade! Come in and check out the last remaining 20 shades like Hacienda Orange, Leghorn Yellow, and Brass.
Every other week, we profile one of our customers to find out a little bit about their sewing life. This week the MD Sewist Spotlight is on Lauren King.
It’s June and in Oregon we’re still not entirely in summer yet. We have seen some bursts of sun and pleasant weather, so I know it’s just around the corner. I wanted to get a jump on summer sewing and recently have been highly productive. A Colette Peony has finally been completed, plus a simple … Continued
The much anticipated Summer Classroom Machine Sale starts tomorrow! You can be the proud owner of a BERNINA 530, BERNINA 350PE, or BERNINA 800DL Serger. All of these machines have been used in the classroom for the last few months, but are available to you with all the features of a brand new machine: warranty, MyBERNINA … Continued
A few weeks back, Erica, Amy and I all bought dress forms. The thing is, when you get a dress form, RARELY does it fit your exact dimensions. A custom made dress form will run you well over $1000, so instead, our dear Amy Alan taught Erica and me how to customize our dress forms … Continued
We all have presser feet that we wouldn’t sew without. While I have (what I consider) the perfect assortment of feet for my old-style-using 1008, I had to consider what to re-buy for my new shiny 580. The obvious–#10 Edgestitch, #35 Invisible Zipper, #50 Walking foot. But the first foot I purchased was the Bulky … Continued