Welcome to our blog. Please find all our interesting blog posts below. Navigate to other pages by using the buttons down the bottom. Click the “Read More” button to view the full blog post.
The new Holiday Issue of Classic Sewing Magazine arrived in the mailbox and we just had to take a break from work and go through every page! We were thrilled to see our Jon-Jon with our smocked “Christmas Truck” and even more excited by the other articles where […]Read More
With cooler weather approaching, I’m thinking soft flannel for baby. Today’s inspiration is made from daygown pattern #101 with pink and blue smocked baby rattles. The “Baby Rattles” smocking design is available in our “Beginning Smocking” book and is a great introduction to picture smocking. A perfect homecoming […]Read More
Orange pique’, a coordinating print, and a pocket with matching trim went together nicely for a reversible jumper using pattern #140-S. A Sunday afternoon of sewing was all that was needed. This jumper was made in a 6 month size for a sample, but once our girl spotted […]Read More
After many requests, we have brought pattern #108 out of retirement. A sweet and simple Christening gown suitable for baby boy or girl. The pattern allows you to design your vision, whether it be a yoke, featuring tucks, or a bit of embroidery. Attach the skirt with soft […]Read More
Our quarterly girl’s retreat was a success! Once a quarter, if life permits, we like to leave the men and kiddos behind and do something together that’s relaxing, educational, and inspires creativity. This time, I got to pick the place and event. The art of wine making has […]Read More