Monday, December 12, 2011
Friday, December 9, 2011
Wednesday, December 7, 2011
Friday, August 26, 2011
Because of our fabulous customers we have become really busy. Busy to the point that our customers are waiting...and waiting...and waiting for their orders. Because we want our customers to receive their orders as quickly as possible, over the next few weeks and months we will begin to carry a MUCH wider variety of ready to ship items. Many of our monogrammed or custom items will still require a wait, but our goal is to keep the wait for custom shirts and monogramming to under 2 weeks. We also will be offering a wider variety of styles and prints.
Thank you again for your business and support. We appreciate you tremendously :)
Sunday, July 31, 2011
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
My work table is an old dining room table. The desk, was made by my husband (he's so crafty). I use rubbermaid shelving under the table to store scrap fabric, smaller peices of fabric, and thread. The table holds my cutting area, serger, and sewing machine.
The entryway to the studio has these alcoves where shelves used to be. The previous owner displayed her HUNDREDS of Precious Moments dolls on the glass shelving....Needless to say, I'm not a Precious Moments collector, so I removed the shelving and hung up tension curtain rods to hang finished clothes.
This is my fabric storage shelf. I bought comic book cardboard backing and wrapped the fabric arond the backing(actually my MOM did it!). It works great because it is acid free and cheap! The baskets hold *some* of my blank shirts and I can write the sizes in the basket on the chalkboard labels purchased on ETSY That's our little peak for the day!
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Sunday, January 9, 2011
Anne here, in the middle of renovating my sewing studio. Not so much "renovating" as moving stuff around so it's not in various piles of disarray. I LOVE sewing, I LOVE my customers, and I really enjoy the business aspect of having my own company. BUT, managing my time effectively tends to leave my sewing studio in a huge pile of blerg.