Thursday, September 18, 2014

Santa Ornies

On Monday, I shared with you about my technique for saving time when sewing multiple pieces of a product that I was working on. (See post.) Promised to show the finished ornies!  I'm not quite finished, but progressing . . .

Will try a few other decorative differences . . . but basically . . . Santa!

Tuesday, September 16, 2014

Shameless Self Advertising!

Just in time for the holiday baking cycle, I have re-opened my PruittCreations shop on Etsy!

I have redesigned my shop to cater to the home chef!  Aprons, table runners, napkins, towels etc.  Be the best dressed hostess at your holiday event or family gathering!  Take a quick look at my offerings.  If you don't see what you might like, convo me -- I would love to do a special order for you!

Flirty skirt full apron

Mommy and me!

Linen hand towel
Best dressed hostess! 
Well, whatcha waitin' for?  Go on over and visit:  PruittCreations  

Monday, September 15, 2014

Another project in progress

Do you do chain stitching when you are creating?
What's chain stitching?
When using the sewing machine, especially for quilting the same type of pieces over and over, sewers use a chain stitch method.  

Groupings of pieces are sewn one after the other, without cutting the thread between each one.  
Look closely:

These are a grouping of Santa ornament pieces all sewn and set for final stuffing and decoration.

Will show you the finish product later this week! Stay tuned!

Thursday, September 11, 2014

Current Project

Last week I gave you a sneak peek at what I was working on.  I have completed the first few decorator stockings. Thought you might want to see them!

Most of these will be sold in my largest craft show of the season, so I need quite a few more!
Working on more . . . designing possibilities:

Set of new stocking cuffs in linen and lace

designing possibilities . . .

What are you working on?