Day 8: Getting to know your machine

Our first week of Sewing School may be over, but we’re just getting started. In fact I have a-whole-nother week’s worth of info and tips for you before we’ll even get to sewing a simple, straight line. But I hope you’re not getting impatient– this is a journey we’re on together. I promise that by the end of the month, you’ll have

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a great foundation for getting going with sewing.

So once you’ve chosen and bought, or borrowed, or dusted off your sewing machine, the most important thing you need to do is, naturally, learn how to use it!

Every sewing machine may be different, but there are some things that every machine employs. I’ll show you a few of these components today.

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As we close our doors here at Simple Homemade…

saying farewell to Simple Homemade

Written by editor Nicole Bennett of Gidget Goes Home. It's sort of hard to believe that I'm writing this post, as it marks the end of an era for me-- today I am officially saying farewell to Simple Homemade, as Tsh alluded to a few weeks ago on … [Continue reading]

Honey sweetened sparkling lemonade with flavor options

honey sweetened lemonade

Written by Krissa Jeldy of More Than Mundane.  We have an abundance of lemons this time of year and one of the things I love to make is lemonade. Spring and summer just call for homemade lemonade in my opinion, because, really--what says "summer" … [Continue reading]

From the archives: 14 repurposing crafts to inspire you this Earth Day

14 Repurposing projects from the archives

Written by editor Nicole Bennett of Gidget Goes Home. Happy Earth Day, everyone! Over the last few years, we've had some amazing contributors on board, in addition to our editorial team, who have come up with creative ways to repurpose things … [Continue reading]

In progress: Lucky Penny quilt for my master bedroom

quilt in progress-1

Written by editor Nicole Bennett of Gidget Goes Home. You may remember back in December that one of the items that we gave away in our awesome Christmas giveaway was a complete set of the Lucky Penny fabric line, designed by the talented Alison … [Continue reading]