Wednesday, November 19, 2008


I love, love, love this bag! Designed with the ballgown effect, this bag is fit perfect for absolutely every occasion! Making it ESSENTIAL! Gently gathered at the bottom, with a stunning flower, this bag is sure draw attention. It is lined with three inner pockets and a magnetic snap for security! You can take this bag anywhere!

School Girl Bag!

This is the ultimate school bag. With five inner pockets and two outer cell pockets, this bag is the perfect fit for everything and then some. I've even included a longer strap for over the shoulder use. This bag can also be used as a diaper bag and is very lightweight. Email me for prices.

Monday, October 27, 2008


I am so excited to introduce my GLAM bag! This bag has changed my sewing life on sewww many levels and I just can't rave about it enough! This bag has two cozy straps and is encircled with elastic for security and cuteness! BUT the catch is that this darling handbag can also transfer into a clutch bag for a fancy evening out. Simply tuck in the straps and VOILA! And if you're a mother worried about room, never fear. I can pack 4 diapers, wipes, wallet, cell phone, keys, two sippy cups, and treats inside this little puppy, it's just perfect for any occasion!

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

And The Winner Is...


Love, love, love the advice! I've already seen improvements with Ruger! Thank you to everyone who participated, if you would all send me your email address then I can send you your $5 off and Kelly please send me your address and I will get your bag and coupon sent off A.S.A.P. This was a lot of fun and please look forward to more give aways in the future!!!

Thursday, October 9, 2008


Infant halloween costumes now available! Shown is an inch-worm costume for 9-12 months. Bumblebees also available.

Friday, October 3, 2008

Bag Giveaway!

This mother is in need of some potty training help! Send me your best potty training techniques, along with your email address by October 15th and I will select one lucky winner! The winner will receive this tiny seamstress bag and all contestants will receive a $5 coupon to use on any tiny seamstress bag of their choice. Absolutely anyone can enter!

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Quilting...Oh My!

This is a project that I recently finished. It included six placemats and a very long table runner. It was my first true quilting experience...I just did it on my own machine at home...sewwww simple. However, I am not the proud owner of this pattern. I bummed it off Amy at the Quilt Shoppe, inc. ( . Isn't it just adorable?
Anyway, next time you're looking to quilt something, just run it through your machine. It doesn't look as amazing, but it's still cute and you have the satisfaction of knowing that you did it yourself.

Love what you're doing!

So my advice tip for today is love the project you're doing and do it for you. Lately, I've become so consumed in doing things for other people, and suddenly they're looking great or their homes are looking great and I'm just tired and depressed because I could have some wonderful things, but I don't because I sold them all.
I've learned that the money I'm getting is so temporary, therefore making it short-term gratification. So make something for yourself! A bag, a wall-quilt, pillow, skirt, whatever, just do something for yourself!

Friday, September 26, 2008

Little Monsters

Our blog is up and running and you can finally see all of our fun products! Everything can be ordered by email, so go now to see all of our amazing products.

Tiffany and Roni
Owners of LM

Saturday, July 5, 2008

Thank You!

Thanks to all who came to the Salmon River Days!!! We had a HUGE success and enjoyed meeting all of your new friendly faces. Keep in touch for further information on our upcoming fairs!

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Salmon, Idaho

Come and check us out at the Salmon River Days July 3rd and 4th. Roni (my Little Monster's partner) and I will have a booth there!

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Look to your closet first!

Just a little tip from me. I love to sew with denim more than anything. It doesn't always have that "oh so adorable" affect, but it works. Whenever I want to try something new, I just tear up an old pair of jeans and get to work. It's sturdy, completely machine washable, and it's free! It also makes life a little bit easier for all of your pressing (ironing) needs. So, next time you want to go for a test run first on something, just try an old pair of jeans. You'll have your results in no time!
Also, I've discovered that a lot of people also use just their old clothes to make things. For example, I have this favorite black-flowered shirt that I just love, but it just doesn't fit anymore. By using it with a project I'm still able to keep the fabric that I love by just cutting it up and sewing something fun, like a diaper bag.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Need a gift for your grad?

1 Very Large Towel (70" by 40")
3 Yards of 5/8" Ribbon
So, I came up with this because one of my girls from Young Womens is graduating and I was just frantic for a gift idea. I remembered making my own laundry bag for college and I just loved it, but I wanted to give her something that was easy to use and wash. I ran across these amazingly huge beach towels at Wal-Mart for only $13 and they are basically already prepped for you! All you have to do is fold the towel in half, run the cord through the ends of the towel (that's already been sewn for you) all the way around making your drawstring and then sew up both sides of the towl. Make sure that you triple stitch all of your ends for extra security.
Throw in a roll of quarters, some laundry detergent and you're good to go! I'm so excited about this gift I just can't contain myself!

Sunday, April 27, 2008

Ragg Quilt

I first discovered Ragg Quilts when my sister made one for my first child. And then later my best friend, Roni taught me how simple they really are.
I think that these are my favorite types of blankets to make, just because they allow flaws. Perfect for any beginner seamstress! You just cut out your desired size square and sew them together. I just finished this one for my baby and it was so relaxing to make.
I make my squares 3" by 3" and then the blanket itself is 12 by 15 squares.

Wednesday, April 23, 2008

Thread Matters!

I'm not really an accessory person, in any part of my life, whether it be sewing, decorating, or just dressing myself. But I can say that your choice of thread on any project can make all the difference. I use a khaki thread on a lot of my projects, partly because it matches nearly everything and also because it adds just a delicate border. Most people won't really notice it's there, but without it a project can seem so boring.
So my advice, always choose your thread carefully.

Tuesday, April 22, 2008

Gift Pack

Diaper and Wipe Pack
8" by 26" of patterned fabric
8" by 26" of denim or heavy fabric

Burp Rag
1 store bought cloth diaper
7" by 18" patterned piece of fabric

Bean Bags
10" by 5" piece of patterned fabric

2" by 2" piece of denim or heavy fabric