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“Made by Elizabeth Thetford for my grandson. I used imperial broadcloth for the romper and imperial batiste for the collar. The collar has a little chick insertion and is trimmed with Swiss trim. I shamelessly copied and bought all supplies from Beth’s Heirloom Sewing in Wetumpka!” Thank you […]Read More
I’m so excited to give you a peek inside Classic Sewing magazine’s Holiday Issue. For my article, I chose tea dyed tatting and a simple embroidery design using pattern #119. Wanting less holiday and more of a winter look, a color pallet of white, ecru and pale […]Read More
This is the photo that popped up in Martha Pullen’s newsletter this morning. The photo brought back some really fun memories of Anna and I taking the little guy for his first photo shoot. Six years ago he was learning to sit up, this week he is touring […]Read More
I’ve had several questions lately about the availability and price of pleaters. So we did some research and here is what we found out. During the past few years, when I was not paying attention because I had a good working pleater, they have become harder to find […]Read More