Friday, April 19, 2013

Busy Busy Busy!

That is how it has been going lately around here! I have decided to participate in a Craft and Antique fair that takes place on June 1st! It is called JUNE JUANT and will take place in Ellinwood, Ks. So I have been working hard to stock up my inventory!

This is my most recent finish from this afternoon! It is a 6" embriodery hoop wall hanging! It would be perfect in any little boys room! The embriodery is done by machine and the ric-rac adds the perfect contrast!

6" embroidery hoop wall hanging $10 plus $3.50 shipping! Just post your PayPal email address and I will invoice you!

I also added 6 more mini mason jar pincushions to the inventory today! These are made with 4oz mason jars. I think they look just like cupcakes! That brings me to 12 total and I have 12 wide mouth 1/2 pint jars waiting to be turned in to pin cushions!

6 more pin cushions added to stock! $5 each

Last weekend I managed to get a little owl tote completed too! Great for any little girl or tween! Just the right size for all their trinkets or a trip to go shopping.

Small owl purse $15    8" tall 10" wide 2" depth comment with your PayPal email and I will invoice!

I also finished a Jeff Gordon purse! I love how it turned out, but I am not a Jeff Gordon fan!


I also made a really cute reversible market tote! Pattern by Michelle Patterns. Very easy to make and will hold a lot of purchases!

Spring reusable shopping bag

On top of all that sewing I enrolled for summer college courses on Tuesday! I start June 3rd! Wish me luck I have a job interview this afternoon! I hope everything goes smooth!

Thursday, April 11, 2013

ACU Popover Dress

Custom ACU Sundress

This little popover dress is made from ACU material! Extremely durable and looks cute with just about any color you mix with it!

Top on custom ACU sundress

This dress is going to be worn to a summer BBQ. I hope everyone will love it!

Dress made from this pattern. It is completely free and extremely easy!

Monday, April 8, 2013

Custom Pink Skulls Diaper Bag

This diaper bag was made a few weeks ago and was a gift for a baby shower! The momma picked out the fabric and choose the style of bag she wanted but then I took it from there!

Custom Diaper bag!

She offically loves it!

Back! One large pocket!

There is also a matching changing pad that fits perfectly into the back pocket!

Matching changing pad to fit in the back pocket.

Custom diaper bags start at $55! Contact me at

Friday, April 5, 2013

Not your average dish towels

Well with my husband gone for the week, I have been doing quite abit of sewing, and decided to make a house warming gift for a friend.

These are just basic white cotton dish towels. I dug through my scrap baskets looking for creams, butters, and browns. What did I come up with? A whole lot of nothing. So I hope these will work. They do have those colors mixed in, but are primarily other colors.

Not your average kitchen towels! Random sewing afternoon!

One is Meadowsweet fabrics by Sandi Henderson, the second one has fabrics by Cosmo Cricket, and the third has fabric from vintage pillowcases!

I may start adding these to my shop! Let me know what you think!

John Deere Custom Orders

I have been extremely busy sewing up diaper bags! One is a suprise baby shower gift, so I will have to save the pictures till next week. I sewed up two coordinating diaper bags this week also.

The customer supplied her fabric. Denim and John Deere. These came out extremely cute, however I was worried about my little ol' sewing machine during the process.


I like to make my diaper bags extremely sturdy. So there are a few layers of stablizers added in, but when you add in the denim it makes for a tricky combination.


The first bag is a messenger style diaper bag, with ribbon accents. This bag has a total of 7 pockets. Three on the outside and four on the inside. This will hopefully help the parents stay nice and organized.


The second is a basic diaper bag. It closes with a ribbon tie and has 6 pockets. Two pockets on the outside and four on the inside. You can never have to many pockets.


Diaper bags need to be made to last, so I recommend adding fusible fleece and decor-bond fusible interfacing if you are sewing your own. I also recommend starting with a new needle and making it a denim needle. This will make sewing through the extra layers a bit easier and alot less stressful.


Interested in ordering a custom diaper bag? Contact me by emailing Custom Diaper bag orders start at $55.