Fine Heirloom Sewing, Smocking and Hand Embroidery

"Baby will be well and smiling in little garments made by Mother, Auntie, Grannie and loving friends!"

Please join me as I teach the old fashioned techniques and skills needed to sew baby clothes. You will find lessons that start at the very beginning and take you step by step as we sew little baby clothes together. May you find much joy and pleasure in making them.
It's easy and it's fun!!

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Sunday, June 20


We are making Daygowns using "Baby Layette" pattern.
I went to visit a friend and we had FUN!
We are each sewing a daygown, hers is pink and mine is white.  We have been planing this for part of our summer fun!!  
She sews faster than me!  I'm pretty slow.
Roses came from my Garden.
She loves Tea too!!  So we had tea and I got to choose my Tea Cup.
This is her sewing space.  She shares it with the home office they have.
Notice the shelf.  The hooks under it hold nifty stuff.   
It's wonderful to sew here! 
She has everything she needs right at her finger tips.  And pretty things to look at.
I should have taken more pictures.  I know you would like to see them.  See the black fabric under her sewing machine.  There are pockets that hold scissors etc.  I LOVE it!!!  And her drawer to the left has all her machine feet right there organized in the box, easy to find.

I came home and I am determined to make my sewing area more useful!!
I am always hunting for something.  Wasting my sewing time!

Sewing Friends are the best!


Ellie Inspired said...

Me too, Jeannie! It is frustrating to waste sewing time looking for things and yet I hate spending time away from my sewing to get organized! Ha! Glad to know I'm not alone. That is one of my goals this week - to get organized. Can't wait to see your daygowns. That is a fun summer project with a friend!

The sewing room said...

Lovely sewing room, it does help to be organised and how nice to have tea with a friend and share some sewing time lucky you.

Hugs Pat

Sally said...

Reading your blog makes me just HAPPY, Jeannie!!

Thank you. I look forward to each new posting.

After reading, I often run into the kitchen and put on the kettle!!

Sally S. :)

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