Blog – Creations By Michie'
Okay, I’m in love with this Christmas Tree Swiss Edging! As the holidays approach I don’t always have time for a labor intense dress and this dress proves that you can have awesome without handwork or smocking. I used pattern #146, featherwale corduroy and made a slight variation […]
“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 […]
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 […]
Thought I’d share some inspiration for cooler weather sewing. Pattern #138 made from pale blue pique’ and smocked with Little Memories “What a Zoo”, which is now available in our Etsy Shop. I’ll share a smocking tip. You will notice on the original smocking design, there are three […]
I find it funny that as we are experiencing our first cool Fall weather, I’m working on an outfit for the Spring issue of Classic Sewing Magazine. After working with magazines for almost 20 years, I have finally got into the swing of working out of season. And […]