We have spent the last few weeks dreaming up the most delightful, inspiring, and educational sewing club imaginable. We hope you love it as much as we do! There are still a few details to work out, but things are coming together nicely, so it feels like we can begin to share some bits about … Continued
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 Kiki Adamovics.
Ever wished you had a lamp in your studio that could provide natural light? We’re so pleased to offer the Stella Lighting 10W LED desk lamp, a unique light for sewists and fiber artists created right here in Oregon! Access 3 color spectrums, with no UV, easily with a touch of a button.
We have a great financing event right around the corner. Do not miss this equal payment deal on any new BERNINA product over $1000!
On our recent trip to NYC, Mere, Lupine and I visited The City Quilter, Meredith’s store that she managed before she moved to Portland. We all picked up some fun fabric that we hadn’t seen locally, and we found this gem that had only a couple of yards left on it. Of course we all … Continued
Hemmer feet are remarkable little inventions. If you’ve ever tried to take the time pressing and turning a hem as small as 1/8″, these feet will be a revelation.
It has been a chilly summer here in PDX. Except for yesterday! Finally the temps are climbing, and with it brings the urge for perfect summer clothing. Complete with comfort, style, and ease. Luckily, I have been eyeballing the Wiksten Tank for some time, since last summer I think. And after our little trip out … Continued
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 Toni Carmean.
I had the supreme privilege of attending Denyse Schmidt’s workshop at PNCA this past weekend. After she graciously stopped by MD for the book signing and trunk show Friday night, she was prepared bright and early Saturday to lead us breaking down and reimagining a traditional quilt block.
What is a sewist to do in the summer? Why, come to MD for some Open Sewing of course! Open Sewing will be only $5/hour this week through Saturday, August 4th.