Earlier this year, I discovered a new source of inspirations and clothes and accessory patterns: Seamwork online magazine. In addition to lots of information on garment sewing (covering fabrics, tips, and style) two times per month, you get two downloadable patterns per month! If you don’t care for the issue’s patterns, it is no problem, don’t download them … More Seamwork Magazine is my new Favorite Source for Patterns and Sewing Tips!
On one of his hunting trips after he was President, Teddy Roosevelt came way out west. West to Pomeroy and the Hotel Revere. We’ve named one of our Suites after this hunting and fishing President. Located on the 3rd floor, just down the hall from the elevator, the room has even been used as a … More Teddy Roosevelt Slept Here
As I was working on cleaning up one of the closets where I keep craft and sewing materials I came across a stack of interesting tent like fabric already sewn into long strips of shades of green and white. In total there was about 15 yards of this ripstop type material. I think it was … More Stash Buster #1
Jan. 3 2016 Most of my sewing life, like the majority of women, I have not had the luxury of a space devoted strictly to my sewing and crafting. In 1999, when we purchased the Hotel Revere in Pomeroy, Washington, I finally had a place big enough to give me my coveted and long-dreamed of sewing … More The Coveted Sewing Space
Last Spring, I was trying to make a devoted seamstress & crafter of my 10 year-old grand daughter, Victoria, until I finally got fed up with the mess called my sewing room. It was just too hard to move around in my crowded space when it was a such a mess. While it is hard … More In the Beginning: I didn’t intend to become a Hoarder!