Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Merry Christmas - Belated!

The past couple of days have been a whirlwind for me.  My sons are home, one from the Airforce and the other from college.  My son BJ's girlfriend is also here from college.  So we have been celebrating our boys homecoming with family and friends, so not much sewing or creating the past couple of days.  Just wanted to wish everyone a Merry Christmas. 

Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Playing Catchup.

I've been extremely busy with my sons basketball games, trying to full fill all the pre-holiday orders I so not intended to take on.  Its been a busy life, but I am glad to be alive so I won't complain.  Today, I finally got in the mail a package to a friend that I have met on a Face Book group I participate in called, Sew Up.  We share Ideas, our talents and support one other.  We decided to have a gift swap and this what I made for my new Sewing Sister:

Boy I hope she like it.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Prayers! Horrific Tragedy in Connecticut.

I am tired.  Its been a long day.  The horrific news of today's shooting in Connecticut sent me in a whirl of confusion and sadness.  I just can't and will never understand.   I know this person who committed such a heinous crime may have been ill, crazy sick, or whatever.  Right now I don't care, why or about his disposition.  I can only feel ill about how the family's of the loss lives must be feeling right now.  

It is being reported at this hour that those bodies are still lying in the school.  It is still an active crime scene.  So not only do you know that your love one is gone, your child, as to the adults, maybe your wife, mother, sister, etc., but you know they are still lying there.  You can't see them, hold them touch them, all you have are your memories and your unanswered questions.

I wish we could pray this away, but we can't.  Please hug those you love today, please call those who you haven't spoken too and miss, please say a prayer for those affected.  Godspeed to all affected by this tragedy.  

Thursday, December 13, 2012

The Party Dress!

Well here we are at the final hour and I've been so busy getting ready for the holidays, work, and preparing for the boys (my young men's) arrival that I have let the end of the week sneak up on me.  I finally decided on a dress for my holiday party, McCalls Fashion Star M6553.  I like it, but not sure if I love it. 
I wanted something a little more fitted, maybe a little more dramatic though the party is semi formal.  I choose this pattern for the looseness.  I can get my dance and my eat on and not worry about popping a button or a ripping a zipper. 
It is cut out and laying on my table waiting to be finished, yep, my party is Saturday evening.  It will get done today, after work and dinner is prepared. 
Here goes:

This will be my first Fashion Star pattern.  I cut out the 18, which now that I look back on it, I should have probably done the 16, I understand from reading other blogs there is a lot of ease in this pattern.  I read Mimi G pattern review (Here).  She is such an amazing dressmaker, and makes everything she wears look beautiful. 

I am using a red Ponte Roma Knit from Joann's.  The color is rich and beautiful and has a sheen to it on both sides. I have not decided on a shoe as of  yet, but I am sure that will be the least of my issues.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Diaper Clutch/Wristlet - Grab and Go!

Pamper Clutch. If your on the run, Grab and Go! Just need to take a few pampers, binky, wipes, wallet and keys.

Made this for a co-worker to give her nephew and his wife as a baby shower gift.  I really hope she likes it and mostly, I hope the parents to be love it.  

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Running Out of Time! What to Wear to the Holiday Party!

I just realized that I am running out of time. I have a Holiday party coming up on the 15th of this month.  Its Semi Formal, and I have absolutely nothing to wear (that I want too, LOL), in my closet.  Oh my, I guess that means I have to go out and buy something.  Yeah right, that will not be happening.  I want a little black red dress.  I've been searching the web, and the different pattern companies, but I haven't found that ONE yet.  You know that catches your eye and puts you into shock.

This is what I am looking for EXACTLY.  I could really dress this simple dress up to my liking:

I have a couple other options I'm considering, the first:

Basically the same dress at the top, but more fitted with a little light ruffle action.  I would use a nice sparkly silver vest and clutch and instead of boots some pointed two pumps.

I'm liking this outfit minus the jewelry as an option as well.  Simple enough to make I think.  I'm thinking some silver bling bling would be nice instead of the jewelry here:

Phoebe Bag - Done. I Really Hated Selling this One!

I really enjoyed making this bag, it really came out much better than I expected it too.  It was a special order and she was thrilled when she received it.  It really made me feel great when she grabbed it and ran the office showing it off.  

Tuesday, December 4, 2012

Yeah Me - Making Strides!

Yeah me. Off the topic of sewing, but I had to share because it really does relate to how my clothes are now fitting. I decided to make a lifestyle change earlier this year. I said lifestyle change not diet. I
I use to be very active; I ran, worked out and lifted weights. In March of 2008, I had horrific motorcycle accident where I almost lost my right arm, both knees where crushed and my right ankle was mangled. 
I had to have emergency surgery to repair/save my arm. I was hospitalized for weeks, but for the Glory of God I am here today to tell you guys about how awesome his is.  I am strong believer.  
Anywhoo, fast forward today, I have reached my goal of losing 10lbs, by walking, portion control (I still eat everything I love), lots of water (no sodas or sugary drinks at all), and minimizing carbs. If I eat a burger, I only eat half of the bun (I prefer the bottom).  
Yeah me. I’ll share pictures soon, but here is a picture of my bike, that I so loved and miss, and a picture of what my arm looks like inside and out. 
Now off to work on my next 10lbs and sewing some awesome stuff to celebrate.

Monday, December 3, 2012

B5420 - View "B" - Review

Another wardrobe builder top.  Its Butterick 5420.  Really simple, from cut to sew up it too me 2 hours.  It could have been less, but I had to seam rip a whole side, not paying attention, and trying to rush through completion.  I love the color though it doesn't look as purple as it really is.  My picture gives it a more of blue tint to it. 

Here is a quick Review. 

Pattern Description: Misses Top – View “B”.

 Pattern Sizing: 8-22.

Did it look like the photo/drawing on the pattern envelope once you were done sewing with it? Yes it did.

Were the instructions easy to follow? Very easy, didn’t really follow them completely. The pattern was self-explanatory for the most part. 

What did you particularly like or dislike about the pattern? I like everything.

Fabric Used: Polyester Stretch Knit

 Pattern alterations or any design changes you made: No modifications made

 Would you sew it again? Would you recommend it to others? Yes, I plan to make a couple of the other variations provided.

Conclusion: Very early, maybe a couple of hours from cut to finish. It’s a great wardrobe builder.

Learning and Appreciating my Craft.

As I learn more and more about sewing, I’ve come to the realization the value of the craft of a seamstress/clothier/garment maker.  Since I've gotten back into sewing, I’ve learned that it takes a lot of time and delicate attention to detail to make fine clothing. 
It is so very hard to fine quality RTW clothing anymore.  Even the high-end stores seem to sell clothing that is not really well made.  I have bought $200.00 coats $100.00 jeans, and tops I will not name the price, with linings hanging, loose, skipped and missing threads, just to name a few. 
I have also walked into church and sat behind near, or next too someone wearing the same RTW garment.  Which isn't an issue for me, because I understand when they made one, they made a million.  If I liked it, I am sure someone else somewhere liked it as well, or it wouldn't be on the shelf.
I had so many seamstresses in my family, Mom, both Grandmothers, Great Aunt, and Aunt.  I remember them always looking like run way models.  Not only did they sew for themselves, but for others as well.  Church was a show place for their wares. Especially, my paternal Grandmother.  She put the “D” in Diva.  She out shined the whole congregation when she walked into church.  Even the first lady/pastors wife would walk over and gagga over her outfit.  She worked for a very high-end specialty store in Downtown Orlando.  Only the ritziest of clothing was sold there, and were well above middle class to afford to shop there. I remember not being able to go to school and she would take me to work with her and I would lie around and play in the stockroom.   My Grandmother never bought a stitch of clothing from the store, but owned a exact replica of everything in there. 
My paternal Grandmother and Great Aunt also made fine lingerie and undergarments.  They bra's, panties and slips. I don’t even think young women today know what a slip is.  I’ve asked and got a very bewildered look.
I want to learn so much, I want grasp all there is to know.  I want to be a master craftsman.  I want to look at an outfit and go home and make it, without a pattern as my Grandmother did. 
The skill of making clothing is invaluable and I am so glad to be among those that do.  I do not consider myself a seamstress as of yet.  I am getting there though and one day, my passion will be my reward.

Thursday, November 29, 2012

Progress: McCalls 6442 - A

Well I have made some progress.  Adding Sleeves and hemming are my next and final steps, along with a few clips of thread.  Boy did I make some major modifications.  First I did not line, second made some changes to the installation of the hood and the facing.  My pockets also match my facing leopard print. 

I am quite pleased at how it is coming along.  The picture looks a little louder than what the fabric actually it.  It is at night and the flash from the camera makes the coat looks loud.  It does have somewhat of a sheen to it.  This of course will not be an everyday coat, more like a special occasion.  I like it.

Monday, November 26, 2012

Monday Morning, and I am Moving and Shaking.

Oh what a lovely morning.  35 minutes sitting in traffic on the interstate, not moving at all, not near a major exit, was just lovely, and amazingly, I am not grumpy.  I've had my coffee, read my emails, and even did a little work, all before 9:00 a.m.  I'm feeling a little perky, and ready to go.

I started a project yesterday, my first ever Jacket/Coat, and realized I was a little short on fabric.   I am using a very soft fleece in a gold/mustard color. 

On the way home today, I plan to stop and purchase the extra fabric.  Hopefully I can get the jacket started today and done in few days.  Whoo Hoo.

Wednesday, November 21, 2012

A Little Sewing Inspiration to Keep My Mojo up!

Here are two dresses my closet is crying for:

The first is a soft stretch jean dress.  How cute is this with a pair of boots and a knit beret:

The next is a Peplum dress.  Of course my stripes will have a little bit more curve in them than hers, and that is with my spanks on. LOL

It's Thanksgiving Eve! Happy and Sad!

Yes, it is the eve of one of the most anticipated days of the year, "Thanksgiving".  I will have 40 or so people in my home tomorrow, from about 2pm until.  The older family members come early, leave early, the younger ones, get there whenever, bring friends, leave and come back. 
There are tables set up with deserts; red velvet cake, sweet potato pie, coconut cake, banana pudding, peach cobbler, pound cake, cheese cake, and rice pudding.  Then there's another table the different salads, and then another with the main courses, fried turkey, grilled turkey, ham, homemade mac & cheese, mashed potatoes, green beans, collard greens, deviled eggs.  I am sure you get the picture. 
This year is a little different though.  Our eldest son, Aaron is in the Air force in Texas, so this will be our first Thanksgiving without him.  Our son in college will be home (I think), he's only 45 minutes away and said he will head home today sometime, after he gets his paycheck.  Priorities you know, LOL.  But I am not mad at him, get that check son, you will need it, because Mom and Dad are literally tapped out.
This is not my thanksgiving dinner, but courtesy of the internet, just to give yo a little something to make you mouth water.  My pictures to follow soon. 
Happy Thanksgiving all, may your turkey day be filled with family, laughter, and love. 

Monday, November 19, 2012

Thanksgiving - What I Am Thankful for Day 1.

I have so much to be thankful for.  First my family:

Let me introduce you to my family, my Hubby, Stefan, Sr., Aaron to the left, Bryan on the right, and Stefan, Jr in the middle.  Yes, junior is taller than his older brothers. 
Aaron and Stefan, Jr., are not mine biologically, they are my gifted babies, but you can't tell me they are not mine.  They are mine, I have raised them since they were 11 and 7, and they have been in my life from 8 and 4.  
My sugar boog, is Bryan ("BJ"), is we what we all call him.  But I call him Beetle Juice, love, sweet pea, and there are a dozen more.  This child has taught me so much, he is the love of my life.  God knew exactly what my rugged edges needed to be smoothed out.  Along came BJ, to soften my rough edges and give me strength, purpose, and direction.  He was the best baby, best child, and has turned out to be the most respectful, loving and caring youngman I have ever met.
The only one still left at home with us is Stefan, Jr.  Aaron is in U.S. Air Force in San Antonio, Tx, and BJ is off at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona, FL, in his sophmore year, pursuing his B.A. in Air Traffic Management.
Last but not least, is the love of my life.  My hubby is a gentle bear.  He can be gruff, but he is not rough, he is loving and caring.  He is a father in the true since of the word.  A man who puts the needs of his family well before his own.  He is constant, he is ultimate, he is my bestfriend.
I am very thankful for my family.

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Flower Power, Another Leather Hobo Bag

I didn't care for the interior fabric at first, a little too busy for my liking, but my client absolutely loves it.  This print really fits her personality. She is a flower child.

On to the next one.

Monday, November 12, 2012


I will start this post off by saying how grateful I am for having a Monday off.  My office gives me Veterans Day every year to thank me for my service in the U.S. Army for 8 years.  I served proudly would do it all again for my country and family if called to do so.  With that being said.

I CANNOT GET COLLAR AND STANDS.  Installing collar and stands gives me an instant headache.  I just want to scream.  I love this pattern, this top and will make several of them, but I will need to have a stiff drink, so when I totally screw up the collar I can just keep drinking and put myself out of my misery.

I love the cut, the drape and style of the pattern.  I can see myself with a closet full of these tops. They can be dressed up or down.   This is actually my muslin with Walmart $1 a yard fabric and will be a women's shelter donation.

Sunday, November 11, 2012


I have not stepped foot in a mall in over 6 months.  I literally hate malls.  I know that is a strong word, but malls are just not for me.
The last time I was in a mall, it was shopping with my teenage son.  I just kind of walked behind him and browsed as he went from store to store looking for a Cardigan sweater.  I don't even think it was the season for cardigans.  No need to tell him that, though. 
Since I have started sewing again over a year ago, I have been able to duplicate or make any garment I see or want.  An advantage I think some would like to have.  It seems that WTR clothing is targeted to a certain market.  I am not in that market.  At my age, it is not my desire to show off my tummy, but cheeks or thighs. Not that they aren't show worthy, I am just not there anymore in my own mind.

Here is a list of advantages I find I have:

1.  I can make whatever I want.
2.  I can modify, change, add or subtract (i.e. pockets), any garment I make.
3.  I can make multiples of the same item, in different colors, textures and even sizes.
4.  I can make seasonal items even out of season.
5.  I can save a lot of money.

There are so many other advantages to being a sewist, but the few listed are the most important to me. 


To those who serve and protect us day to day, I salute you. To my fellow Veterans who served our country in any capacity, I salute you. To my son, Airman Aaron D. Wise, we salute you.


Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Another NL 6130 Done!

I did not lower the neck as I hoped.  I chickened out.  LOL.  But here we are:

I made a couple adjustments to the side seam, I brought it in a little.  I also used hemming tape (first time).  It was okay, I like homemade hemming, just a little more professional and neater.

Our 44th President, Barack Obama, Congratulations.

Just wanted to give props to our president.  Now back to creating beautiful. 

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Another Peplum, NL 6130 - HELP!!!!

I really like NL 6130 Peplum top.  I have made it in every variation.   I really have only one issue with the top, and thats the high neckline.  It almost makes me feel like I am chocking.  I have noticed that a lot of my blogger lady friends have modified the neckline to their comfort level.  I am still in the process of making this one in a Linen Blend.  I still need to input facing and sleeves.
 Does any one have any advise on how at this point, I should modify it?  Any help would be appreciated.

Monday, November 5, 2012


I've been on a natural hair journey for a little over a year now.  I don't conform to a regular regiment with my hair as a lot of my naturalistic sisters do.  My version of natural is no chemicals, no heat.  Though I do use a color rinse, just to tame my grey edges.  Not that I mind being grey and will embrace it as I transition.   But right now it is more of a bozo the clown grey than my whole head.  So for now, I will continue to rinse dark brown color in my hair.

Any who, the reason for this post is to give a little more insight into to my journey.  On my next birthday, I proudly will turn 45 years young.  I am looking forward to being older and wiser, and hopefully I will exude how beautiful I feel inside, on the outside.


Just got in some fabric I ordered from  I went straight to the $1.99 per yard section, and they had a wonderful collection.  I was pleasantly surprised.  I guess I now need to sew a little and stop stockpiling.  I am running out of room in my sewing room to stash anymore.  Can't wait to dream up what to make with his loveliness:

Sunday, November 4, 2012


Over the past couple of weeks I have been agonizing over what to do with my closet.  I have more shoes than I need. Each pair I own are still in their original box, and if they did not come in a box, life if I buy a pair from Ross or Marshalls, I buy clear shoe boxes from the dollar store. 

I love shoes, and though I haven't bought any lately, I do go through stints when I will buy a few pairs a month.  My mom love shoes and she is an enabler.  She constantly baits me into shoes stores with her and as usual, I fall weak.  LOL.

So, after looking around on the web for closet organizing solutions, I decided to go to Walmart and there I found these nice metal staking shelves.  I bought two which was enough for about 70 pair of shoes.  All of my shoes except a few made it:

Thursday, November 1, 2012


I love shoes.  I got it honestly, my Mom is a shoe diva and together we are always on the hunt for the latest and greatest.  She is always finding a shoe and calling me to tell me how cute it is.  Then of course, she says I'll pick it up and you can pay me when you can. Needless to say, I owe her an arm, leg, and foot. 
She and I both share hiding places too.  The garage, the trunk of our cars, and my favorite spot, the Xmas storage bins.  LOL. 



Wednesday, October 31, 2012

I'm Done! NL6130-E - Carnival of Skirt Sew Along

I'm done with my second skirt.  Honestly this skirt took me all of about 1 hour from cut to finish (not including hemming of course).  I am very pleased with my new skirt and can't wait to wear it.  I think I may wear it Friday with a cute sweater.  What do you think?  

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Brooch and more Brooches

Brooch haul at my local flea market.  Renningers Flea and Farmers Market in Mount Dora, Florida is a quaint little market with lots of antique vendors along with your regular flea market stuff. 
Mount Dora is a beautiful situated small town northwest of Orlando.  Very historic with large, bright two and three story homes with wrap around porches.  The people of Mount Dora takes pride in the fact that they are small and a well groomed and maintained community.
I visit the Flea Market only a couple times of year even though its just 15 minutes from where I live. I often leave there with bags and bags of lovely brooches.  Some are junk I admit, but a lot are antiques or just beautiful.  I've never paid more than $5.00 for one either. 
I love brooches and I add them to my bags as a little extra. This is my latest haul:

As usual my picture is not the greatest and does not give my haul much justice.  There are some beautiful butterfly brooches that are going to be hard for me to part with.  But, my clients appreciate that little extra bling a lot.

Monday, October 29, 2012

Custom Order - Small Fur Clutch!

A friend of mine wanted me to make her a small clutch.  She wanted it to be a fur clutch.  She gave me her color scheme and an idea of what she would be wearing.  Together we came up with this:

She was pleasantly pleased, and promised to share pictures of her outfit and carrying the clutch. So stay tuned. 

Monday Morning Blues - NOT!

Monday mornings are usually daunting for me.  I usually start off whining and complaining about another start of the week and how much work I have too do and how much I haven't gotten done from last week.
But today for some reason, I feel energized. I took my nephew to Mickey's Not-So-Scary Halloween Party, Friday night.  We had a great time and I enjoyed watching all the little children fill their candy bags.  The fireworks were marvelous, and believe it or not, it was actually organized.  This is a picture I took of the castle, It may be hard to see but it was so very beautiful at night.  

 I slept all day on Saturday, didn't get anything accomplished, because I did not leave my bed. No TV, no telephone, and no sewing.  Just slept my little bitty life away.  I enjoyed every single stinking minute of it too.

I was productive on Sunday though.  I went to Church, made dinner, cleaned a little and made a blouse.  I really like the way it came out.  Its a little snug, and the sleeves aren't long enough for my liking, so today I think I will make a couple of adjustments and re post pictures.  So check back later for the updates. 

Friday, October 26, 2012

I Would Like to Introduce you to Heather. My Newest Leather Sewn Bag

The bag came out really nice.  I initially thought I would embellish it with some studs, etc.  But the leather itself is a soft buttery leather, with a dull shine, so I just decided to use a large brass ring and Lobster Claw for my embellishment and keep it simple.  If I want to jazz it up I can add scarves or a a chain.  But if I am wearing jeans and a blazer, it will work too.  I added two drop pockets for cellphone and an ink pen as well as my little lotion bottle.  I also inserted a zipper pocket.  Every purse need a pocket to hide your little unmentionables. 
My Janome 6600p is a workhorse, and I used a denim needle but I still ran into some deep sewing around the shoulder straps were I had to tread lightly so as to not break the needle.  All in all it came out beautifully if I do say so myself.  

I am pretty impressed with the final product, and I can't wait to stuff it full of my crap and hit the streets.

It's A Gloomy Friday - But Not in My Head. I Got My MOJO back

But I'm not gloomy.  I feel like the sun is shinning down me.  I am happy.  I got my sewing and crafting mojo back.  So many ideas swarming through my head.  I just want to create.  I have been jotting and drafting, thinking and plotting on what to do next.

I got my cape on and ready to go before I loose this MOJO.  Here is a list of things I'd like to get done:

1.   New Check Book Cover
2.   New Make Up Bag
3.   Make Flip Flop Holder for my closet ( I have way too many flip flops)
4.   Make My Mom a Cellphone holder for work
5.   Reupholster my dinning room chairs.
6.   Make a curtain for my kitchen windo
7.   Make pillows for my family room sectional

So far this is just a fraction of my list, but if I can get these 7 things complete, I am well on my way to feeling a little more accomplished. 

Have a great day.

Thursday, October 25, 2012


I absolutely love my skirt.  I have a little tweaking to do with respect to the rear under the zipper, I did not follow my pattern to to the letter, and decided to install my zipper the way I wanted too.  I love the skirt though and have gone over in my head how I am going to wear it and with what shoes/boots and tops. 

And of course I have not hemmed it as of yet, but it will be hemmed by the weekend.  The ruffle detail in the front is my favorite feature of the skirt.

I Have Fallen In Love Again - Faultless "Hot Iron Cleaner"

This is the best stuff since sliced cornbread.  Really, my favorite iron was recently decimated, and I thought I would have to put it out of its misery.  I couldn't even recognize what had brunt, dried up and stuck to the plate of it.  There are several irons in our home, buy my boys sneak and use my Rowenta, my favorite iron. I have hidden it, I have declared Marshall law if they used it, and still I find it sitting on the iron board in the common area of our home. 
Of course when I ask who used it it's always, not me Ma.  Yeah right. 
I came across this tube of Faultless "Hot Iron Cleaner", and I am sold.  I wasn't even looking for it, I had already made up mind, that I had to buy me a new iron, one with a key lock, or security code, if there is such an animal.  A dab does it and the yuck comes right off. 
So, if Faultless is out there listening. Thanks, and yes I would totally promote and advertise for you.  This stuff is awesome.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

TGIW - Thank God It's Wednesday.

Thank God its - Wednesday.  My favorite day of the week.  Most people I know heart Friday, for all the obvious reasons.  I like Friday, but it just means in a couple of days my most dreaded day Monday will be upon me.  So why Wednesday you ask?  Wednesday is mid week, it means the two days that stress me the most Monday and Tuesday are behind me, and that in just a couple more days my weekend arrives. 
Just my weird logic.  Sewing is my vice.  It keeps me steady, stress free and focused.  I would like to sew more during the week, but my most productive sewing days are Wednesday evening, Saturday (if no plans) and after church on Sunday.  So, out of 7 days, I get basically 2 full days worth of sewing crammed into my week.  That's just not enough sewing time for me. 

So let the sewing begin.

Monday, October 22, 2012

Progress Being Made

I have made some progress with my skirt, S1760 for Faye's Carnival of Skirts Sew-A-Long 2012.  So far my skirt is coming along lovely.  I really love the fabric I chose, though the picture does it no justice at all. 

I am also working on several other projects, completing the 2nd skirt for the sewing along and  completing a leather bag that I have cut and deciding how to embellish. I also have a blouse cut and setting idly by.  

And as yo aware, Xmas is slowly but surely approaching and all my Xmas gifts this year will be of the handmade kind.

Thursday, October 18, 2012

Butterwick 5753, View D Complete

This pattern was too easy, I browsed the instructions, but never follow them to the letter.  I had to scale it down a little from the waist. I cut a large, but I could have gotten away with a medium.

I used store bought bias as a facing for the neckline, which is a still a little to wide for me, it doesn't hide my undergarment.  I will scale the neckline smaller next time and see how it comes out.  I am still fighting with sewing knits. 

I am pleased, and I am wearing it today to work. 

Happy Day!

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Carnival Of Skirts Sew-A-Long. I'm All In!

I am so excited to be invited to be apart of the Carnival of Skirts Sew-A-Long feathered by featured by the wonderful Faye Lewis of:  Faye's Sewing Adventure.

Carnival of Skirts Sew-A-Long

Stay tuned!