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!