It’s been a few months now since I decided to migrate to a .com on Word Press and decided to get more serious about blogging and creating video’s. After much trial and many errors….The NEW site is up and running!! Please take a moment to check it out and let me know what you think. They say good things are worth the wait AND I totally agree with that statement.
I’m so happy to share that my YouTube Channel is up to 500,000 views! That’s a HALF A MILLION VIEWS!! It’s exciting to think that something I started just for a fun learning experience has blossomed into something so wonderful! I’m so grateful for All the support and kindness over these past 3 years. I have lots of new things in the works for those of you that follow and support my channel. So stay tuned for more exciting things to come soon!!
Please continue to share, comment and ask questions. I always love hearing from You and reading about what you want to see next!
It seems like every day of the year there’s a new holiday of sorts to celebrate. It’s fun to celebrate some of the more silly ones too, like National Donut Day, or National Slap an Annoying Co-worker Day. (Of Course…..I’M NOT ADVOCATING THAT YOU SLAP ANYONE!!) Since today is National Book Lovers Day, I thought I’d share a few of my favorite sewing books. I have a pretty extensive library of sewing & crafting books thanks once again to my Wonderful Father. He was a hard core reader & collected sewing books along his travels to add to my collection whenever he found them. I’m so grateful for his thoughtfulness because I love my book collection and enjoy referring to them for inspiration.
Recently I posted about an Amazing sale from Urban Threads embroidery designs on a huge selection of their Christmas Embroidery Designs. One of the designs from that sale was the inspiration for my Wine Bottle Gift Bag Video Tutorial.
It’s New Tool Tuesday and I have a tool to share with you today that may help those of you having needle threading issues with your sewing machine’s auto threading mechanism.
I’ve had a few questions about what brand “green” marking pen did I use on my latest video project. I posted a blog about them when I first discovered how great they were, so I thought I’d share the post again so those of you that were interested could check them out and give them a try. Keep in mind that for my video I made the markings darker than I usually would on a project to make things more visible to my viewers.