Tuesday, May 9, 2017

Wearable Art Aprons for Mothers Day at Phoenixville Farmers Market Saturday May 13th

Come take a look at 20 new wearable art aprons for Mother's Day! Sew Bee Mine will be at Phoenixville Farmer's Market on Saturday May 13th. These one of a kind aprons are so popular and I love to make them.  I may also have some Sew Bee Mine potholders for the occasion.  Hope to see you at the market. Hours are from 9 to 1:00.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Cranking Out Wearable Art Aprons

Looking forward to getting back to the Phoenixville Farmer's Market to show off all the fabulous wearable art aprons I've been making these past few weeks!  April 8th here comes Sew Bee Mine!

Friday, February 17, 2017

His and Hers Aprons with Matching Potholders

Just finished a fun commission for a wedding present. 
His and hers aprons with matching potholders!

Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Fall and Winter for Sew Bee Mine

Busy making angels for all the holiday craft shows.

Fall Winter 2016 Calendar
Lucky Penny Farm Day in Media Sunday Nov 6th 10 to 4
Phoenixville Farmer's Market Saturday Nov 12th
Christmas Cafe Camphill Saturday Nov 26th 10 to 1:00
Friday and Saturday Dec 2nd and 3rd
Phoenixville Farmer's Market Saturday Dec 10th
Phoenixville Farmer's Market Saturday Dec 17th
Phoenixville Farmer's Market Saturday Dec 22nd

Assorted Cloth Dolls
Lavender Birdie Sachets

Big Big Love Wearable Art Tote Bags

Wearable Art Aprons, One of a Kind
Happiness Banners

Complimentary Articulated Owl Magnet 
created from my original drawing
 with every purchase
 while supplies last!

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Lucas Makes a Bear

Yesterday I gave my grandson Lucas his first sewing lesson. We made a teddy bear. We looked online for a pattern to give us some ideas, and wound up picking one called Charity Bear from Shiny Happy World. Of course we had to tweak the design! He picked out the fabric, a heavy brocade and a paisley corduroy back. He took the bear home before I got a photo of the back! He cut out the pattern, learned how to pin, how to use the presser foot, reverse button, and cutter on the sewing machine. It was his idea to put the yellow parts on the ears......he did most of the stuffing, we added some dried lavender so that made it into a dream pillow. We sewed the opening together with a slip stitch. Ta Da! He named her Lavendy.

We are looking forward to our next class. Not sure what we are going to make, maybe another bear for his brother. :)

Tuesday, July 19, 2016

Sew Bee Mine Update

I'm very busy with my Interactive Theatrical Storytelling Events this summer, and not having time to make things for Sew Bee Mine.

There are still a few items left for sale from all that sewing that happened in the winter. You can go to my Etsy shop and order there. I will return to The Phoenixville Farmer's Market in the fall/winter.
Here is the link to the shop!