Did you know that September has been “National Sewing Month” since 1982? It started with a proclamation from President Ronald Reagan, declaring September as National Sewing Month “In recognition of the importance of home sewing to our Nation.” What a great opportunity to share one of my more recent home-sewing creations (beyond my typical quilts)….
Crashing a Virtual Baby Shower
Jenny at Picky Palate is having a baby Boy. Congrats Jenny! I don’t know Jenny. But I do know a lot of her friends. Technically, a lot of her friends’ blogs. Source: Cindy on Pinterest Some of the great cooking/baking blogs out the have joined forces to throw Jenny a virtual baby shower today! I…
DIY Gifts: Baby Washcloth Roses
Diaper cakes are super cute. And useful to any new mom going the disposable diaper route. But. They have been done. In a search for a new idea for a handmade Baby Shower Gift, I came across a video for these cute little roses made out of baby wash cloths and baby spoons (thanks Pinterest!)….
Don’t Forget to Sign Your Quilt!
This may seem small, but I think it is a critical step in the Quilting process. Yet all too often, it is overlooked. Don’t forget to sign (and date) your Quilt! You’ve most likely put a lot of time into your quilted project. It’s a beautiful work of art, and quilts are made to last….
The CPSIA -or- Why I do not sell baby clothes on Etsy
I enjoy making baby Onesies very much. From a crafter perspective, they are very cute and are a small project that can be completed in an evening. From a business perspective, baby clothes are something that people will always spend money on. Stuff for babies and stuff for pets. Cute stuff, which is what I…