Wednesday, May 21

Welcome to my world. "Y'all come back now, ya hear."

Busy-ness in my studio is what I would call "all the activity" going on in my little slice of the world.  However, I have been remiss in sharing with you my daily adventures due to the style of my blog.  I don't want to flood you with rantings, so, I have taken to updating quick post via Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, as a means of rapid firing quick snippets of the fun that goes on behind the scenes of Sew-To-Fit.  Occasionally, I may take on an even more challenging and extended project, such a a wedding dress.  You never know.  You just have to come around to see for yourself.
A Tital-wave of a wedding dress..Now this was a challenge!!!
I actually do alterations sometimes for close friends and family and sometimes "others" if they play well, heck, I may even make a dress or two every once in a while.
OMG, is that grey hair peeking out.  I am so involved.
If someone calls me and I really am up for a challenge, I might accept a charge to remake or rescue a damsel in distress, such as with this bride who ordered, "God forbide" a dress from China!!!!  Oh, the horror.
I call this the China disaster. 
I was delighted to take on the challenge and work it out for her...only because she is a friend and co-worker of my daughter, otherwise, this would have been something she would have had to endure alone.  
Consider joining me, by checking my sidebar or visiting my inta-feeds on Instagram and Twitter @sewtofit and like my Facebook page @sewtofit.  I'm looking forward to having you join me in sharing my daily, sometimes hourly behind the scenes updates.  Then returning here once or more times each week for a more in depth explanation of what I come up with during my sewing journey. 
Just a peek into my world..
You never know you might very well enjoy my ranting so much so that you decide to make my page your homepage when you login to the worldwide web.

Until then, thank you for joining me in sharing the things I enjoy the most.


2 comments :

  1. You are some very creative "problem solving" in your studio! Good Job!

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  2. Hi Andrea! I like your sewing space. Lots of space for storing stuff. Great job you've done on those dresses. Mary

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