Describe each day of the week as sewing

Describe each day of the week as sewing – This is a creative writing prompt to describe each day of the week as it relates to sewing.

Describe each day of the week as sewing

Describe each day of the week as sewing - This is a creative writing prompt to describe each day of the week as it relates to sewing.

Showcase Sunday

Time to show off what you have sewed or quilted! Proudly show off what you are sewing and/or quilting on your blog and/or social media!

See my first Showcase Sunday a crow apron

Mending Monday

From time to time, we have to mend things we sew or others have sewed. Mending is how we fix projects or even clothing.

Look at my first Mending Monday

Build-A-Bear can do minor repairs

Trimming Tuesday

That fabric has to be cut to be sewed! Trim away! Trim that fabric up to finish or start that project! Don’t forget, that scrap cut off fabric in most cases still can be used!

See this Trimming Tuesday where Ziggy had fun in the fabric trimmings.

Whimsical Wednesday

Anything goes pretty much! It can be something cool, new, old, etc. or introducing another sewer or quilter!

See the first Whimsical Wednesday.

Threading Thursday

The sewing machine can’t put the thread on by itself. Thread up the sewing machine and sew, sew, sew!

Learn more about Threading Thursday (this one is about using cotton thread)

Fabric Friday

If you sew or quilt, you must love fabric! We ALL Gotta have fabric. Am I right? If so, it’s time to hit up your local fabric shop or shops! I might show off fabric and/or a fabric shop.

Fabric Friday (I feature one of the local quilt shops and some fabric I got)

Sewing Saturday

Sew, Sew, Sew! Time to sew! Do we need an excuse to sew? I have new products I can sew and work on quilts I’m quilting.

Sewing Saturday (three zipper pouches were made)

This was part of a Creative writing prompt.
I just might make a post or two based on each of those days. Follow this blog! Please and Thank You.

First published September 17, 2022. Last updated or republished September 25, 2022.

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    Leap into Sewing on Leap Day: A Stitch in Time Every Four Years – Leap Day, that elusive 29th of February that graces our calendars once every four years, offers a unique opportunity to embark on new adventures. This Leap Day, consider delving into the world of sewing – a timeless craft that allows you to express your creativity and create functional, beautiful pieces. In this blog post, we’ll explore why Leap Day is an ideal occasion to learn to sew or refine your existing skills.
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    Porcupine quills used in Embroidery and Sewing — Creativity knows no bounds, from delicate lacework to intricate embroidery, artisans have always sought out unique materials to bring their creations to life. However, one of the most unexpected sources of inspiration comes from an unlikely creature – the porcupine.
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    What are Duckbill Scissors? One of the primary uses of duckbill scissors is in crafting and sewing projects. Their design makes them ideal for tasks such as appliqué work, where precision cutting around intricate shapes is essential. The wide blade acts as a guard, preventing unintended cuts into the fabric beneath, making them perfect for delicate materials like silk or chiffon.
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    Should You Use a Sheet for Backing on a Quilt? Pros and Cons — When it comes to quilting, the backing fabric plays a crucial role in the overall look, feel, and durability of your masterpiece. While traditional quilting cotton is the go-to choice for many quilters, using a sheet as backing has become a popular alternative. But is it a wise choice? Let’s explore the pros and cons of using a sheet for backing on a quilt.

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