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If there’s one thing I love about summer, it’s picnic season. As soon as it’s warm enough, my family prefers all our meals outside. These days – with two small children – our picnics aren’t quite as leisurely as they … Continue reading
It’s time to start on your festive Independence Day decorations. Are you hosting a patriotic party this year? If so, the Fabulous Fourth table setting kit is perfect and on sale!!
Islander Sewing Systems Certification Course brought to you by Sew News and hosted by Craft U. This course will run from May 31st 2016 through September 6th 2016. You may be asking yourself, “What will I get out of the Islander … Continue reading
A Whole Day of Sewing?! What Would You Do? A while back I received an embroidery machine as a gift. It was one of the nicest surprises I have every received and actually brought tears to my eyes. Thing is, … Continue reading
Celebrated author and teacher, Katrina Walker is a long-time contributor to both CME and Sew News, and she is the creator behind the fabulous Lovely in Lace dress featured in our newest issue of CME. Katrina’s creations are always immaculately … Continue reading
The winner of last month’s blog post – For Machine Embroidery Fans Only on March 23 – is Joi! I will reach out to you shortly and tell you how to get your gift pack. If I don’t hear back … Continue reading
One simple question for all you lovers of machine embroidery. I would love to know what types of machine embroidery projects you like to do? Are you primarily interested in machine embroidery for garments? Or do you like to … Continue reading
Seems that folks either LOVE Valentine’s Day or find it to be as artificial as the dye in those sweet candy hearts. I for one LOVE Valentine’s Day. I love the colors pink and red. I love chocolate candy in … Continue reading
Looking Ahead to 2016 Recently I was gifted a very nice embroidery machine by a friend. It shocked me so much that I cried! I don’t have a lot of experience with machine embroidery (odd as that sounds) but the … Continue reading