Jan 31 2018



I felt like spring was in the air when the newest copy of Classic Sewing Magazine arrived in the mail.  Ever wondered how I started the business?  As the “Creative Visionary” for this issue, I got to tell the story of how I turned my hobby into a business, why I’ve stayed home-based, a few of our bumps along the way, and a peek into my studio.
My assignment with the magazine is to keep us inspired and to share helpful tips for sewing for the boys.  This is a challenge that I am happy to take on. In this issue I’ve shared a simple bubble with sweet little bullion ducks and a classy lime green romper with embroidered carrots on the collar.
Once again, I appreciate Classic Sewing Magazine for letting me be part of this wonderful publication and my friend Kelsey of Blue Trillium Photography for taking photos for the Visionary article. ∼ Michie’

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4 comments on “Classic Sewing Magazine Spring Issue

  1. Congratulations, Michie. Your beautiful work continues to inspire beyond measure!

  2. Betty Williams on said:

    Wonderful article!

  3. I loved reading your story! I have admired and used your patterns for a long while, but didn’t know about your 2 books. And so nice to meet your lovely face and warm smile! Thanks for all of your inspiration!!!

  4. Debi Johnson on said:

    I am very happy to see your inspiring boys ideas. You have inspired quite a number of the boys outfits I have made! There always is so much out there for girls. And your tips are very helpful. I am happy you are part of this great magazine!