I have some fun news! I’m super excited to announce that I Have Purple Hair is part of the Havel’s Sewing family! What does that mean? Oh, just that I’ll be reviewing their products and letting you know how they work and hold up.
Awesome! But where to start? I guess a machine would be helpful, right? But which one?!
I get asked fairly often what machine I recommend for sewing and quilting, and the truth is: there’s no one right answer. It honestly depends on what kind of sewing you expect to do with it. But, I can tell you which machines I prefer, love, and use.
I really love interviewing people from the sewing and quilting community because I still have so much to learn. This world moves so incredibly fast and people are coming up with amazing ways to integrate sewing into everyday life. One of those people is the awesome Julia Eigenbrodt from the inspiring sewing and crafty blog Stars and Sunshine. She seamlessly fuses technology and sewing together with her adorable 3-D printed hoop necklaces found in her Etsy shop, she also has wonderfully geeky paper piecing patterns in her Craftsy store, and a vibrant and fun Instagram!
This is most definitely my most favorite time of year; the changing of the season, cooler temps (although it’s stayed in the 80’s so far – weird!), and that one particular day… Everyone dresses up… Free candy… What’s it called again? Oh, right, HALLOWEEN!
I’m so excited to be sharing a fun, quick, and easy Halloween costume for the Sew Much Fun Blog Hop from Faith and Fabric! Follow along to see other great Halloween crafts and projects from fellow bloggers.
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I’m SUPER excited to help introduce the latest Riley Blake collection by Deena Rutter: Fossil Rim! It’s such a fun, whimsical line, I just had to make some matching ‘Mommy and Me’ matching outfits for my girls. With these last few weeks (maybe, days?!) of summer left, what better way to celebrate these last few remnants of sunny and warm weather than with some fun and flowy peasant style sewing patterns?
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As you all know, I’m a BIG fan of Rebecca Page patterns. And she just released a CUTE little romper pattern called the Cerena. (Psst… it’s also on sale for nearly half off!). So, today, I thought I would show you a neat little sewing hack using the bottoms of the pattern: a Yoga Waistband!
Lemme tell you something: I absolutely LOVE yoga waistbands.
SQUEEEEEE!!!! The Quilter’s Planner (aff) is now available for pre-order! I’ve thoroughly enjoyed mine, and am highly anticipating the release of this handy and awesome planner for 2018! And look what’s new for 2018:
- Shipping costs are included
- 4 pages of stickers!
- Alison Glass designed part of it
- Quilt patterns will be in a separate e-magazine
- 8″ x 10″ planner,