Tuesday, April 6, 2010

I Am Back...Hopefully!!

My goodness, it has been a very long time since I have posted anything on my little blog. I am guilty of neglecting my blogs as you can see from my Neglected Blog Post. I am hoping to start posting again real soon. As far as my creativeness goes I have actually been creating but right now the things I have made are part of a "Secret Sister" recipe swap and if I posted the cards on here I might give myself away. I also participated in a Charm swap back in February where I made 80 charms and received back 80 charms. That was so much fun, I can't believe the talent of the ladies that participated in that swap. I have a picture somewhere and can't find it. Right now I am have really been itching to sew. I haven't sewn anything in so long, most of the things I have made have been paper crafts and using my Cricut Expression. The next couple of weeks I plan on sewing an outfit for my daughter, skirts for my two older nieces, and something for my baby niece Emma. I would also love to make something for my son, but I am not sure what. My husband bought me the Babylock Imagine Serger for our anniversary back in August and I haven't even used it. I am more then a novice when It comes to sewing but I get very intimidated by it all. There is still a lot I need to learn and I think that holds me back. I get most of my ideas from free tutorials on-line but when I do purchase patterns one of my favorite places to buy from is youcanmakethis.com . This is where I bought the patterns for the skirts I will be making. The creators of this site have just started a new website called The DIY Dish here you can watch webisodes of different craft projects. When you get a chance check them out. Here is their latest video, and until next time!


  1. I am happy to see you are back. I do sew a bit too but have no fancy machine. I would love to own a serger tough, :) and an embroidery one....dreamimg here, lol.

  2. I can't wait to see your projects!


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