Monthly Archives: December 2010

Vinspiration – Reuse a 45rpm record as a giant pompom winder

This one sounds like fun to try: “Use an old 45 rpm record as a winder for big pompoms. After record is wound with yarn, run a thread through yarn on inner rim, tie tightly. Clip along outer edge.” – … Continue reading

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SMS Giveaway Winners – second attempt

That first post is all weird and won’t let me edit it. So let’s try again, shall we? Lucy! Who commented: “the polar fleece looks yummy! i have a baby hat pattern I’ve been wanting to try. As for favorite … Continue reading

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Vinspiration – Reuse an embroidery hoop into a sewing supplies tray.

“Cut a piece of upholstery fabric 1/4″ larger all around than smaller ring of wood embroidery hoop. Glue fabric around the outside of the smaller ring and press larger ring on, keeping fabric taut. Insert three decorative push-pins into bottom … Continue reading

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We have a winna!

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Hexspotting during Sew Mama Sew’s Christmas Giveaway

Usually on Fridays I do a “hexspotting” post – highlighting an image from somewhere on the interwebs that contains the hexagon. Over the past week though, I’ve found a bunch of new blogs to read, and with that, a bunch … Continue reading

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An extra giveaway, for the Canadians up in here.

So, I went to down to our storage space last night, looking for the Christmas presents, and lo! There was more freakin’ fabric. Now, I’ve just finished sorting and stashing all of my fabric stash away and it just fits. … Continue reading

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Ms. Fisher-Price, in her spare time.

It feels like Ms. F-P has all the time in the world to sew that quilt. How does she do it? Keeping her A-Frame home neat and tidy, working part-time at the local hospital, and Volunteering at the farm co-op. … Continue reading

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