• A Topsy Turvy House: Craftroom Makeover–Phase 1

    It all started with my friend coming over to my house to hang out for the day and go shopping…then she spotted my “re-purposed fabric” pile which consisted of cast offs from my closet as well as my husbands. I mean this pile was a huge mountain of clothing! She …

    Craftroom Makeover: Sew.Knit.Create
  • Interview With A Fabric Designer

    As you know I love fabric! Just recently I spotted a new fabric collection from a blog that I have been following for awhile and I am so stoked for this collection to come out! I’m really thinking that this is a workable collection and have dreamed up all sorts …

    Interview with Caroline at SewCaroline fabric designer by Sew.Knit.Create
  • Get These 20 Patterns!

    Yes, I love fabric…and fabric scraps…and patterns…anyone else with me here? There is something about looking through a pattern selection and seeing all the possibilities. I may or may not actually make these patterns. Although I have been trying very hard to actually use the ones that I purchase as …

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  • Will You Be Participating In Warm Up America?

    Some People Keep Journals–Some People Knit Knitting is such a huge part of my life almost as much as sewing is! You know how some people keep diaries? My sewing and knitting projects are my diaries or journals. With each project that I knit I remember where I was, the …

    Blankets for Babes giveaway by Sew.Knit.Create
  • Beachy Boatneck Flip

    There are three things that I love about the Beachy Boatneck pattern from Blank Slate Patterns. 1. It is gender neutral (Which means I don’t have to step into the holodeck on the Enterprise to figure out how to make the pattern work for my boy!) 2. As it is …

    Beachy Boatneck Flip by Sew.Knit.Create
  • Mr. Tumnus’s Red Scarf–Free Pattern

    Yesterday I shared the Mr. Tumnus outfit that I sewed as part of the Project Run and Play sew-along group. As part of the outfit I also decided to knit a red scarf as it is an essential part of Mr. Tumnus’s clothing (Well, actually the only piece of clothing …

    Narnia: Mr. Tumnus Outfit by Sew.Knit.Create
  • Retro Kitchen Curtain DIY-Tutorial

    Bring your kitchen out of the winter doll-drums with these fruity kitchen curtains! {Portions of this blog post originally appeared in December of 2013} Last year I found some amazing Fruity Retro Print that I knew would make the perfect winter curtains to brighten my kitchen. Here is the original …

    Retro Kitchen Curtains-redo by Sew.Knit.Create
  • Warm Up With A New Holiday Hot-Chocolate Mix

    The Very Best Hot Chocolate Ever! This hot-chocolate mix is one of the very best that I have ever had! It comes from a wonderful lady whom I got to know while studying music for my undergraduate degree. She would opened her home every Friday night and offer homemade cinnamon …

    Holiday Hot-Chocolate Mix by Sew.Knit.Create
Interview with Caroline at SewCaroline fabric designer by Sew.Knit.Create

Interview With A Fabric Designer

As you know I love fabric! Just recently I spotted a new fabric collection from a blog that I have been following for awhile and I am so stoked for this collection to come out! I’m really thinking that this is a workable collection and have dreamed up all sorts …

burda

Get These 20 Patterns!

Yes, I love fabric…and fabric scraps…and patterns…anyone else with me here? There is something about looking through a pattern selection and seeing all the possibilities. I may or may not actually make these patterns. Although I have been trying very hard to actually use the ones that I purchase as …

Beachy Boatneck Flip by Sew.Knit.Create

Beachy Boatneck Flip

There are three things that I love about the Beachy Boatneck pattern from Blank Slate Patterns. 1. It is gender neutral (Which means I don’t have to step into the holodeck on the Enterprise to figure out how to make the pattern work for my boy!) 2. As it is …

Sew.Knit.Create

4 Reasons I Haven’t Posted Lately

Alright, I know I’ve been super quite here on my blog the past two weeks. It all started with a can of paint!  I’ll be posting details of each project soon with before and after pictures but for now here are my four reasons. Reason 1: A Several Cans Of …

The winner is…

It was wonderful to participate in Vicky’s GYB event again this year and I’m so grateful to all my new followers who enjoyed my blog enough to sign up for updates! Thank you for your comments and support.  Although there can only be one winner of the stitch-holder necklace please …

Brave New Knits | Book Review | Sew.Knit.Create

Links and Reviews: Brave New Knits

I’m back this week with another knitting book review! My apologies to those who do not knit, you really should learn read my review on Knitting Rules for some inspiration. I love to knit in the winter, especially with wool, as it helps keep your fingers warm from the frigged temperatures! …