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I am launching a campaign next month called May is for Makers. This is a little bit of a soapbox topic, but I hope you’ll hear me out. One of my favorite parts of sewing is the ability to make something instead of buying it. It’s amazing and an incredible high, but the balance between […]

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  I’ve been keeping notes on what has helped me break through a creative rut post baby and I truly have never felt more energized.   I’m sharing the 10 ways that are working for me.  I hope they will work for you too!   1.  Start! Make something.  Getting to the good stuff, the […]

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I have to admit, in the past it always annoyed me to see post after post about how great XYZ sewing trip was. “It was like totally amazing”, etc etc.   Let’s be real,  annoyance is really jealousy in disguise.   Well, insert foot in mouth, Sew South was like totally amazing!  No, really.   […]

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Tomorrow is my little girl’s 50th day of Kindergarten and they are celebrating all things 50’s. Little kids decked out in poodle skirts, pony tails, white tees and blue jeans.    Too much cuteness! It was much more cost effective to make her a skirt and I found a great tutorial for a simple circle skirt […]

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I thought about just sharing this photo and telling you that I’m working on my Tula Pink sewalong quilt. You would never have to know what a disastrous crafter I am… It’s kind of embarrassing. My ‘design wall’  is struggling to stay put together,  I think I might need to retire it.    Heck my whole […]

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