So of course when they had yet another huge fleece sale, I just HAD to snag myself one. This time I used my new Various Marbled Hexies design on a much larger blanket. It’s perfection and looks great folded up on my couch. I am now officially obsessed with custom products. Seriously. Wait until i get good photos of the custom towel I also have made!! CRAZY!
If you are interested in this, or any of my other designs, then head on over to Zazzle to snag one!
A few months back I was approached by the kind people at Janome and asked if I would like to borrow one of their new machines and give a review. I’ve only sewn on a Janome twice in my life, once was at Glamp Stitch-A-Lot last year and then when I help my daughter with her Sew Mini machine. Both times were good experiences, so I said why not.
Say hello to the Janome Memory Craft 9400 QCP. It’s loaded with so many bells and whistles that I didn’t even know where to start with this review. I have a lot to say, so strap in for the long haul. Oh, and if you stick around to the end I’ll tell you how I pieced that pouch shown above…Pin It
The contest ends June 20th, so I figured Id attempt a mini mini or two of my own…Pin It
It just sounds crazier every year! Art School Dropout is 13?!! My business is now a true teenager. It had a rough patch there during puberty, but I think we are on the right path again. I have a giveaway planned for later in the month, but for now I’m having a teeny tiny sale…
Make sure to check back in two weeks for the giveaway I mentioned! I wish i could have hosted it sooner, but I’ve been working my butt off prepping for my trip to Spring Quilt Market in Salt Lake City this week. If any of you remember the horror story from last year, please wish me all the luck for this year! I am staying four extra days this time around, so expect a few blog posts all about my trip when I get back.
My teenage business and I are very excited!