You know I really, REALLY love what I do! Most days, you'll find me blissfully writing about sewing, laptop on lap, terrier snuggled close and a silly movie in the background. Seriously, is this even real life? I am sew blessed - beyond measure! There's been a lot of excitement in my Sewful Life this… Continue reading 12 Reasons I Love My Sewful Life
It's time!! Online class and event registration is now OPEN for the 2018 Sewing & Stitchery Expo! Key excitement extraordinaire!!! If you're ready, click here. My Registration Recommendations Sign up for my classes! Yes, this is shameless self-promotion, but I guarantee you'll have fun and learn a lot. My goal is to always give you "more… Continue reading Sewing & Stitchery Expo 2018 – Online Registration is Open!
The Sewful Life will be celebrating it's first birthday at the end of February 2018! Prompted by lovely posts I've seen on other blogs, I thought it would be fun to re-cap the 2017 Sewful Life posts you liked the most. So . . . . (or should that be sew?) . . . here… Continue reading The Sewful Life’s 2017 Top Ten
My hubby and I are privileged to spend Christmas in Narnia every year. AKA Cascade Meadows Camp where our son is the Director. He, our wonderful DIL, and our grand-dog live blissfully in this glorious mountain setting all year round. It's a step out of the "real" world and we love to visit. Maybe it… Continue reading My Warm & Cozy, Easy Wool Wrap
It's EASY for me to get to the Puyallup WA Sewing & Stitchery Expo every year. That's one of the lovely perks of living in the state of Washington. But, no matter where you live, you should be coming to the show the first weekend in March of 2018, too! Over the next few weeks… Continue reading Sewing & Stitchery Expo 2018 – The Brochure is Ready!
Are the kids getting restless? I have a solution. Grab those little bits of fabric stashed in your sewing space and you can all have a wonderful time creating Raggy Christmas Trees! They're easy, quick to make and offer lots of opportunity for creative memory making! My Raggy Christmas Tree forest began with a tree… Continue reading Raggy Christmas Trees
The next to last installment in my Christmas Crafting series! Fabric Gift Bags were one of the goodies I made for the one-night mini Craft Bazaar at our church. I've always thought these were great since I'm all for more fabric, more of the time. If you have Christmas fabric leftovers, this is a great… Continue reading 10 Minute Fabric Gift Bags
My last two Christmas posts for Coats and Clark's Sewing Secrets blog are up on their site now and ready for sharing. So, I'm sharing! Even if your holiday elf sewing is done, these are terrific projects for any season. I have a couple more quick Christmas things to share with you over the next… Continue reading Gifts for Dogs & Humans – More Blogging, More Sewing
My Christmas revolves around the Nativity. The gifts that were given by the Wise Men at the manger are remembered in the gifts we give to our family and friends. And, The Gift, that wee babe lying in the manger, is truly our reason for the season. And, so, I love Nativity Scenes and have… Continue reading Nativity Scenes – Sew Silently, Sew Silently
Ginger Cato, congratulations!! You're the winner of the Christmas Tree Napkin Giveaway!!!!! You must have been a very good girl this year! Santa (AKA as DH or Marlboro Man according to him) randomly chose your number this morning! I'll send the napkins to you by US Mail sleigh as soon as I have your address.… Continue reading We Have a Christmas Tree Napkin Winner!