What better way to enjoy Halloween night than with an adorable handmade Trick or Treat bag!
I don’t know about you, but I can not stop thinking about all the things I want to SEW! I think it must be this time of year. My stack of projects is miles long. First up is finishing my half-square triangle quilt (it is finished quilting and ready to bind). Then, I will be making a lined blazer, inspired by Erica’s upcoming class (seriously, it is so cute I swear I dreamt about it last night).
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 Faith Colish. — READ MORE —
Saturday morning was bustling at MD. Meredith kicked off the first meeting of the Sewing Society.
Here at MD I’ve been busy preparing for this Saturday’s first meeting of The Society. Goodies are being assembled! — READ MORE —
We are adding new classes almost every week this time of year! From quilting to garment sewing, classes perfect for beginners and those that already sew! There is always something perfect for your skill level and interests on the schedule at MD!
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 Corrinna Griffiths.
Erica and I had the opportunity Monday to receive training on the new 780 (which, by the way, is in the store NOW) so come in and drool over this impressive, elegant sewing machine. I can honestly say, I’m in love. At some point, one of the new 7 series will come home with me.
Today is Pendleton pillow making day! I have been hoarding my wool since our trip up to Sew Expo last winter and have wanted to make pillows with it all the while. Sewing wool pillows in summer, however, is not my favorite kind of sewing nor decor update for that matter. Now that fall is upon us, pretty Pendleton pillows are a priority.