There are a huge number of websites dedicated to sewing, so thank you ahead of time for seeking me out.
With the economy on edge as it has been, many people are looking to create their own clothing, bedding and decorations to save money. Although there are times it will be more expensive to go this route, keep in mind you get what you pay for.
So if you are tempted by that cute little quilt you saw in the store, remember that it may be less expensive, but it is probably cheaply made too. There are numerous ways of keeping your hobby alive and staying on budget, simply by making good choices in materials and not being wasteful. By looking through this site, you will find many different ways of using every last tiny scrap of material and getting your money’s worth out of each experience.
With over 20 years of experience under my belt, there are things I have picked up along the way and even improved on; while others I have simply taken and used time and again. Hopefully all of my experiences will pay off for you in these pages. My goal is striving to be your ‘go-to’ site for all things sewing related. On these pages you will find:
- Helpful tips and tricks for new and veteran sewing participants
- A few ideas on new projects for every season and holiday
- Reviews on sewing machines to help you choose the one that is right for your projects
- Info on materials and craft stores
Whether you are just starting out or have been sewing for years, you will find a plethora of helpful information, right here, in one location. If you have any questions that I have not answered here, feel free to contact me so that I can help you get the information you need. From threading your machine or finding a manual for it, to sewing a quilt for this winter, I will do my best to lead you in the right direction.
And again, thank you for finding and using my site – Linda.