Over the summer/fall I made some egg gathering aprons as a request from some clients. In making them, I used quality 100% cotton, making them two-layers, as are the pockets. Professionally sewn with attention to detail.  Each apron is $150, accounting for the time to prep/wash materials, cut, sew and apply pieces in place, as well as the cost of materials.   You can find more pictures at the For Sale – Aprons page Please follow and like us:Read More →

In making masks and going through my stash, I came across some farm fabric, left over from a nursery theme for our youngest daughter. After reading my friends post about her relocation during the COVID-19 I thought first to make her a mask, and prayed that I would have sufficient material to make my grandson, who was going to turn 3, a quilt. I had to be a little creative, using what resources I had on hand, yet it was a much needed break to sew something other than a mask. Making him a quilt was a “happy” project, in that it would be aRead More →