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Friday, December 16, 2011

Need A Great Way To Carry Your Sewing Project To Class?

Find instructions for this fabulous project bag at Sew Daily!
Surfing around the internet today I found a nice sewing resource over at Sew Daily. It's a free download that had some good info about how to organize your stash fabric. It also has five patterns to make things to organize your sewing room. I only liked one of the patterns, but I liked it a lot... you guessed it, it's a tote.

This tote is for carrying your sewing stuff with you when you need to be on the go, like to a class, or to a friend's house. It's not too big, just big enough for one project, and it has lots of outside pockets for all your notions and tools.  The pic is one I copied from the pdf file, I figured they wouldn't mind since I'm sure they'd love for you to stop by and get a copy. Here's the link to the page where you can download the file:

You may be familiar with the Sew Daily site but it's fairly new to me. It's owned by the publisher Interweave.  I found it the other night and signed up for their message board, but quickly found that it was overrun with spam. I made a post saying such and asked if the moderators had abandoned the site. There was a reply concurring with my comment.

A couple days later I got a reply from one of the moderators saying they are trying to get it under control and to please be patient while they clean it up and install something to help. I think I'll give them a little time and then check back. I'd like to have a place to go talk about sewing and I love Interweave books and products. Maybe, if we're nice, they will set-up an area for sewing purses and handbags! Here's the link if you want to go check it out as well:

Lastly, there are some very good videos and such on the Interweave site. I signed up for their affiliate program and would appreciate it if you used my link if you decide to make a purchase. I'm going to post a graphic with the link in my sidebar as well so if you decide to click over later.

Thanks! Until later ~


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At December 16, 2011 at 8:05 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

interesting i might check it out


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