About Sarah

Sewing is my passion!

I began sewing in 2013 when my children were toddlers and was inspired to make them clothing. I started with cute little dresses for my daughter (this pillowcase dress was the first!) and button-up shirts for my son (like this summer shirt for boys). I loved the creative process of choosing the fabric and turning it into something that someone could wear!

From there I quickly tried all different types of clothing and different types of fabric — Halloween costumes, fancy dresses, pajamas, and some tops for myself. I tackled knits and silky fabrics, learning so much as I went. It wasn’t until 2018 that I branched out into quilts, home decor and bags, and found a love of free-motion quilting. Now there’s nothing I won’t tackle!

I use this blog to document all of my sewing creations, lessons learned, and tools I can’t live without. I hope to spread inspiration to others on their sewing journey who love sewing as much as I do!

My Sewing Machines

Juki TL-2010Q
My main straight-stitch machine tough enough for bag making and great for free-motion quilting.

Brother 1034D Serger
Basic serger used for finishing seams when I make clothes.

Brother Simplicity SB3129
My first “expensive” machine with all the decorative stitches I could ever need. My only computerized machine. I still use this if I need to zig-zag or do a button-hole!

Juki Miyabi J-350QVP Longarm
My newest machine in the family. It has an 18″ throat and sits on a 7 foot frame. Perfect size for free-motion quilting my throw quilts and wall hangings!

Brother 2340CV Cover Stitch
Basic cover stitch used for hemming clothing.

Bernina 1020
A mechanical machine from the 1990’s. Heavy-duty with a few decorative stitches.