Friday, May 30, 2008

Quilted Patchwork Purse Drawing!!


Quilted Patchwork Purse
Originally uploaded by Sew Spoiled
May 31 is the last day to post your Sew Spoiled wristlet and/or gadget pouch pictures!! I will put everyone’s name into the hat who has purchased the Sew Spoiled patterns and/or who has sent in pictures of their Sew Spoiled creations to the Sew Spoiled Flickr group, www.flickr.com/groups/669514@N24/. June 1st I will draw a name from the hat and post it on this Sew Spoiled Blog. I will also contact to via email. Thank you for participating in this fun event!! June 2nd I will ship the winner this beautiful bag. Good Luck everyone!!

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Sew Sensible Romper Pattern

This is another hot number for summer!!! This is the All in One Romper by Sew Sensible!! LOVE IT! This is another ebook just go to
www.sewsensible.net. She has so many patterns to look at but this one caught my eye. I love the back of it!!
We go to the beach a lot so this outfit is perfect for the sun.

Pinafore by Georgia Grace Designs Red Back

This is a NEW pattern with an old flare!!! The pinafore design is by Georgia Grace Designs and it is lovely. With no hardware and only 6 pieces to sew together you will be done in a matter of minutes! I made both of my little ones a pinafore and they love it! To find this ebook just go to http://www.georgiagracedesigns.etsy.com/ she will send you the ebook to your email and instantly you can begin your sewing process!!!

Thursday, May 15, 2008

Sew Spoiled Clogging


clogging
Originally uploaded by Sew Spoiled
This Sunday is the big day!! I will be on stage with these other beautiful women and we will be performing in front of 1,000+ people. I am excited and nervous all at the same time. By the way don't you love their pants, Sew Spoiled Originals iJeans!!!!!

Monday, May 12, 2008

Sew Spoiled Patterns

ON SALE!!! If you have not ordered your Sew Spoiled Wristlet or Gadget Pouch pattern. Now is the perfect time! Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday the Sew Spoiled Wristlet will be only $10 with free shipping because it is a PDF pattern sent to you instantly to your email.
Also, Anyone who has purchased the Sew Spoiled Wristlet or Gadget Pouch Pattern or (no purchase necessary) who has made a Sew Spoiled pleated wristlet or Gadget pouch and has posted their creation on the Flickr group page is automatically in the drawing to win a new beautiful quilted purse. And there is more every time you post a new wristlet or gadget pouch picture at www.flickr.com/groups/669514@N24 Sew Spoiled Design Group page your name is thrown into the drawing hat again!!!! June 1st I will draw the lucky contest winner and send you the handbag FREE, I will pay for it to be shipped to you!!! I will notify you through email to let you know that you have won!! Chances are very good right now, (1 in 25) so go to http://www.sewspoiled.etsy.com/ to get your wristlet or gadget pouch pattern and start posting them on the flickr group page today!!!

Thursday, May 1, 2008

Sew Spoiled Putting on Snaps Turorial

Putting on Snaps with a Heavy Duty snap kit.
This is the last part of the Sew Spoiled Gadget pouch pattern.
The entire pattern is available at http://www.sewspoiled.etsy.com/!!!
Tips:
1. Practice does make perfect and 8 come in a package. So try it out before trying it on your new
Sew Spoiled gadget pouch.
2. You might not know your own strength. You can always tap more if it is not on very well but you
can’t take it back. So if you tap too hard you can smash up the snap on to your pouch.
3. Don’t throw away snap mistakes just take some pliers and take the smashed snap off. Try again!!
Step 1: Get out your hammer, Snap parts A and B. Mark the fabric where you want the snap.


Step 2: Punch a hole on the mark using the metal anvil and hole puncher.


Step 3: Place Part A’s post through the hole and put part B over Part A’s post. Place a piece of tissue over the metal anvil to cushion the snap as you hammer the two pieces together using the attaching tool. Hammer a few times and look at the post and snap cap to check to see how you are doing.


Step 4: Again make a mark on the fabric. Open the pouch, puncture a hole on the mark using the metal anvil and hole puncher.


Step 5: Place the metal anvil (raised side) inside the pouch, push part C’s post through the hole. Place Part D over Part C’s post. Underneath Part C should fit inside the metal anvil. On top tap Part C’s post down with the attaching tool and hammer.

Get the whole Sew Spoiled Gadget Pouch PDF Pattern at http://www.sewspoiled.etsy.com/