Jersey baby burp cloths are really easy to make, because there are only six steps in the process to throw one together. You can literally sew one or two of these together in about 10 minutes if you have ever used a sewing machine before – even if it was in high school. They are seriously that easy and incredibly hard to mess up. ...more
Needle felting is one of those crafts that seems really daunting, but is actually very easy. If you can poke something with a needle, you can do needle felting. My first adventure into needle felting was inspired by some wool hearts I had left over from another Valentine's Day project. I just knew I could repurpose them into something new and cute. ...more
Quilting is a fun DIY experience, especially when you are passionate about what you are doing. Quilting can express family values and traditions in ways that will last for generations. Our ancestors quilted all the time, and it was a great way of getting together and sharing.Today it can be done alone, but it is still a valuable social occasion for neighbors, church members and relatives to work together and share stories....more
In just a few short days, my FB page, Sanderella's will be closed. I wanted the closure because all there is on my feed anymore in pages are advertisements, and those in which I have been following and enjoying for a couple of years are not coming through. So, I let everyone know and they can come over to my personal page where posts will appear from a site I opened if they want to....more
Hope this will be working!
I am looking for a way to keep in touch.
Never I will pretend to have such an interesting life that I need to bore everybody with. But on the 9 th of May , my husband and myself will be leaving on an exciting adventure. Yes! I am calling this an adventure because I am a knitter, a quilter a reasonably quiet person. This is so out of character for me. Yet I am doing this because.
I still do not know why! It did not sounded so crazy when hubby suggested it about over six months ago! Now that we are getting closer...
A few weeks ago I wrote this Sewing Kit Essentials post. A handful of you asked about the size of the kit, where I got it and how often I carry it around with me. Good questions! They really got me thinking. The short answer is that it is really big, too large to carry it around in a handbag....more
While perusing the yarn aisle at my local craft store, I happened upon a free crochet pattern for a cupcake dishcloth. The sign said "Take One", so I did, because I always do what I'm told. Yep....more