Earlier this year I was emailing back and forth with Nancy over at Free Spirit Fabrics to let them use some of my projects for their promotional materials and then out of the blue she invited me to participate in…
I’m so happy to share with you my newest (big) baby! I’ve been testing out sit down long arm quilting machines at quilt shops and quilt shows for years now, and I finally sprung for one.
Face mask fabric made in the U.S. is available now available from a company called Filti. I learned about this fabric from a reader and I wanted to show it to you in a product review video as soon as I could.
This review is totally unbiased. I ordered and paid for the filter fabric independently without their knowledge.
Hello fellow quilters! Are you going stir crazy like me because of the coronavirus?
Well, since I’ve had some extra time at home, I was able to get our Choose Joy Block-of-the-Month materials ready before our originally scheduled start date.
Happy mail! I just received my kit for the Choose Joy Block of the Month Club!
Until now, this year-long video course with lots of downloads has only been available to members of my private group.
After lots of requests I’m opening it up to all of my readers on April 1 and also offering special intro pricing.
My sister and I went on a Machine Embroidery Cruise to Alaska!
This was my first time to take a sewing themed cruise and while it wasn’t exactly what I expected, I had a fabulous time.
In this post I’ll share a brief review of how it was organized and what was included in the cost. This is for anyone thinking of taking a cruise with the Sew & Sail folks, since I don’t have experience with any other sewing cruises. Yet – hopefully in the future!
Sew beautiful and useful zipper pouches in this unique pop-up shape! My new online video course is ready.
I’m so excited that the release day for my new video course Pop Up Zipper Pouches has finally come.
This bag has so many different features that I don’t know how I will use them all. Well, I think I do. I will use it to organize and carry my tools and projects when I travel.