Monthly Archives: October 2011
It seems that autumn has finally arrived and as things are browning up and bidding farewell this little guy continues to put on a show.
The class I was most excited about taking at the Sewing Summit was Improv Piecing with Jessica Berrett of Urban Patchwork. Feeling ready to break out of the box and embrace a more unstructured approach towards piecing, I grabbed my … Continue reading
It is rare that I can brag about the weather in Minnesota, but by some little miracle we are enjoying a magnificent autumn. My walk this morning was filled with color and inspiration. Here a few of my favorites.
My first class at the Sewing Summit was “Documenting Your Creativity: Blogging and Social Media” led by Dana Bolyard of Old Red Barn Co. (they handcraft yummy soaps and scrubs). I felt a little intimidated as I situated myself in … Continue reading
I need to back up a little bit. In my excitement over the Sewing Summit, I forgot that not everyone knows the who, what, where and why behind the event. Taken directly from the Sewing Summit website, the founders define … Continue reading
Well, it is finally here, the Sewing Summit! I arrived in beautiful Salt Lake City, Utah to find snow capped mountains and brisk temperatures, but the mood inside the Little America Hotel was anything but cold. From being greeted with … Continue reading