Blog – Creations By Michie'
I love snowmen because they are suitable well past the holidays. “Jolly Snowmen” by Mollie Jane Taylor has been one of my favorite smocking designs for years and is super cute on our Jon-Jon pattern #137 made from black Featherwale corduroy. And here is a little smocking tip. […]
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Pattern #111 was perfect for a special garment to be worn to an outdoor wedding in August. The occasion provided me with a “dress rehearsal” for sewing a Christening bubble later this fall.
The fabric is cotton satin batiste in baby blue, trimmed with Swiss beading, both from Farmhouse Fabrics. The little bluebird machine embroidery design is from Martha Pullen’s Kent State Museum Collection, disk 1, stitched in DMC Broder cotton machine embroidery thread in variegated baby blue. I think the color is perfect with this sweet little one’s blue eyes! Photos by Penny Layne Photography in Omaha, NE.
Beautiful job Nancy! ∼ Michie’
We decided that pattern #101 would be our sale item for the month. This was the very first pattern that started the business 19 years ago when I couldn’t find what my sewing customers were looking for. Pattern #101 has certainly passed the test of time and continues […]
“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 […]