For December’s Society project, I wanted to continue to use the fun folksy linen print we saw in the holiday apron from last month. (You may have also notice a similar print in my Modern Folk Stockings as well.) I love the rustic simplicity of the print, but also how great it looks with solids. … Continued
Erica and I are IN LOVE with Sewaholic’s Minoru jacket pattern. So in love, in fact, that we have made 8 jackets between the two of us! The pattern provides the perfect raincoat for our Oregon winters, a super sweet vintage wool coat or the ideal lightweight windbreaker.
October’s Foot of the Month is perfect for sewing with leather, coated cottons, oilcloth and other sticky fabrics–all 4 variations of Teflon Feet!
The beautiful 750QE arrived just this morning! There is nothing I can really say to express why I love the 7 Series better than a few haiku’s. Here you are: Your bobbins are big. Sewing on you makes me smile, because you’re special.
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 … Continued
Classroom Sale time is here! We have been moving machines all over the place since last week! Bringing all new machines to both Josephine’s Dry Goods classroom and D&T.
Saturday morning was bustling at MD. Meredith kicked off the first meeting of the Sewing Society.
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.
Time for another installment from the Presser Foot Queen of MD! This month’s special isn’t on any one particular foot–it’s for all of them! That’s right, it’s time for “Buy One, Get One 50% off,” going through the 24th.
Get ready to embroider baby onesies, tote bags, and other tubular projects. This here is the miracle of the free-arm adapter.