Finally, crisp fall mornings are upon us, along with the wonderful aroma of pumpkins and apples cooking in kitchens across America. At least these delicious treats are HEALTHY! This time of the year gets really hectic for sure, but key to completing your sewing list is a bit of time management. So while your goodies are in the oven, football is on the TV or you are sitting in the carpool line, use the time to finish the handwork on your projects.
As I write this we are expecting a very large shipment of lace from France. In it is a new lace set which you will love as it is perfect for little boys as well as girls. It is simple, and will pair well with many of your other favorite Valencienne patterns.
And as you read further, Mollie shares that her design board has moved to a different level, as shenow has ‘little Halle’ for whom to sew. As the coldwinter comes soon to Denver, she will be keeping the sewing machine hot. We love her ideas andcan’t wait to see the finished results!
Finally, we are excited to have as our guest this month Leigh Grady, owner of a shop in Jackson, MS called Continental Sewing. It truly is a fabulous shop catering to all avenues of sewing, and specializing in children’s wear. She is also a Janomeand Husqvarna dealer. When you are in the Jackson area, be sure to pay her a visit. Thanks so much, Leigh.
So without further ado, grab your Pumpkin latte and read on.
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