I usually receive one email or inbox on Facebook asking me what sewing machines should I buy? Or I have a sewing machine, now what? So today I thought I would tackle this question. For some people it seems like a dumb question. But remember, the only dumb question is the question you do not ask.…… Continue reading How do I know my sewing machine is a good fit for me?
I was excited to write this blog! I teach sewing class to beginning students. It’s part of my giving back to the community. The name of the sewing school is Sew Haute Sewing Academy (to keep up with what my students are doing you can follow me here, I know shameless plug, What?) 🙂 As…… Continue reading 10 myths about sewing you may have thought about
Source: Meet Selly Raby Kane: The Senegalese fashion designer recruited by Ikea for its 2019 flagship collection What an awesome story to share! Who doesn’t like Ikea and African Designs. I love, love, love this idea and cannot wait to see what styles IKEA will offer. Enjoy the article and leave your…… Continue reading Who doesn’t love IKEA AND African Designs.
New Year! New Habit! this is my new mantra for the year. 2016 was a blast! Siri2Siri is growing (Alhamdulillah) and I am growing as a designer, as well as, a social media wizard. 🙂 Yay me! I know I have been absent from the blogsphere for a long time. No, I have not…… Continue reading New Year New Habits
Hello fellow sewing enthusiast. Here is my last design tip. Shelves, shelves and more shelves. If I could have a wall of bookshelves I would be so happy right now. I am always on the hunt for a good bookshelf. Which is rather hard to find at times. Quality means it will def last…… Continue reading Design #10
Here we go! Tip #9 is awesome. At one point I had so many patterns every where. I swear they were multiplying at night. Every time I turned on the light there were more paper patterns popping up. Matter of fact just yesterday I found another box of paper patterns in my bathroom closet! I…… Continue reading Design Tip #9-What to do with your patterns
I know you can relate to this tip. After you bought all this fabric what do you do with it now!? You store it in clear bins. Why clear? So you can see what the heck you have and so you will not go and buy the same piece of fabric, AGAIN! lol Yes it…… Continue reading Design Tip #8- Bins, Bins and more Bins