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Vintage Embroidery Sew Suite Studio recently hosted Tina B. from DiME at the Vintage Embroidery event. We had tons of fun learning the newest techniques to get this on-trend look. And, if you’re looking for a Monster Snap hoop to make your machine embroidery easier, purchase all DiME tools & hoops at below internet prices, but hurry – the deadline is Friday August 11th. Call or stop in today at […]Read More
Have just returned from sewing retreat at Camp St. Christopher on John’s Island, SC – It was great to get away for my mental health – Now it’s great to be home. Balance is key. As I was walking along the beach look who else was enjoying the beach sand! can you tell? Guess who? well if you don’t know – it’s a friendly deer. While away I finished several […]Read More
What’s Your Style? Are you methodical and easy going in your sewing projects? or are you one that spreads out all the colors of your stash and starts stitching? Maybe you’re somewhere in between and depending on how much java you had earlier in the day makes that determination. In my earlier days of sewing I wasn’t so much interested in the process as I was in the end product. How about […]Read More
Thank you, thank you, thank you to everyone that stopped by last Friday during the Octoberfest event. We appreciate your support and encouragement and look forward to rolling out all the new fun classes and products for your sewing and gifting needs. One of the newest items that I received MANY complements on is a black monogrammed necklace with a silver chain. I was wearing a simple black v-neck t-shirt and […]Read More
I belong to a quilt guild in my area called “Threads of Time Quilt Guild”. The group is very lively, fun and giving. They provide quilts to three different charities in the Lexington, SC area. I think they’re stitched hugs. This past weekend I decided to digitize the group’s logo and give it to the members to use in any creative projects that may come up. The group is VERY […]Read More
Have you ever found yourself in a position of commitment to something before you’re really ready? Many times that’s how I actually get things done…by the verbal commitment and then following with the action. That’s where this idea and project developed. I made the commitment of “sure, I can come up with something unique” and then the deadline came. So here it is – directions on how to insert a […]Read More
The Floriani Toile La Joie Redwork design set is such a great beginning to any project. The designs stitch out perfectly every time. They are light and “airy” and don’t require a lot of stabilization. In this table runner project, I only used one layer of quilt batting to make each “In The Hoop” block. This is an easy project because each block is complete as it comes off the […]Read More