I didn't have a very productive week sewing-wise but I did get a lot of other fabulous things done! One of which was to take the next step in teaching my oldest daughter how to sew. It was so much fun and she loved it! I'm linking up with WiP Wednesday.
Thanks for stopping by and putting up with my gushing over my cute girl. I can't get over how fun it is to have a built-in sewing buddy. Two of my other kids are now asking for lessons and my little boy wants me to just make him "more fabulous stuff!"
|I got a custom order from my shop for this adorable sheep hat. This is the teen/adult size and it's so fun! I love how the bobble stitch makes it look more fluffy. This adorable pattern is not my own and can be found for free at Repeat Crafter Me.|
|She looks so cute and professional in the sewing chair!|
|At one point we had a bit of a bobbin problem. Miya loved this! She told me "it looks like the sewing machine wanted to sew a butterfly... flappy flap flap." I can totally see it.|
|Here she is with her finished top. I'm seriously amazed at how well her corners lined up. All I did was the cutting and the pressing. She can't wait to quilt it and add the backing!|
|So this is my fabric pull for the Supernova Friendship swap. I had hoped to get these all cut out this week but it didn't happen. I did finish zipper pouches for five teachers and a fun hexagon pillow which you can see here. The Supernova is so next on my list and if it wasn't way past my bedtime I'd do it now!|