Meet

Meet Steve

Meet Steve – You’ve got to meet the equipment and other things behind SteveZ MaskZ. Now meet the mask maker. #SteveZMaskZ

Meet Steve

Steve is a graphic designer and a Christian blogger. He has blogged at Courageous Christian Father since 2012, but has been blogging way before that! If you need any graphic Design look him up at SteveZ DesignZ.

Meet Steve of SteveZ MaskZ

Steve is wearing one of his pirate, nautical face masks. (With more coming soon!)

Steve is the one making the face masks, zipper clutches and pocket tissue holders for this site. He is also going to start to attempt to make a quilt. (Any times would be great for him).

Steve hasn’t used a sewing machine since high school, where he took two years of Home Economics. He got to make scrunchies, a shirt, a pair of shorts and curtains. Well, then the pandemic hit last year, Steve found a good old singer at a thrift shop. He named it The Masked Bandit. That one stopped working and now he uses his Brother, named Brother Stitch.

He is also learning …

Vinyl that is. He also got a Cricut to make vinyl with. So you may see that coming soon to this site! His Cricut machine he named Forge!

Steve also has been sharing blog posts and press releases on this site too.

Now that you met Steve, check out this site and even order some products! Be sure to subscribe and follow on his social media for SteveZ MaskZ, SteveZ DesignZ and/or Courageous Christian Father.

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You can also choose to follow Steve Sews Stuff on social media as well. (@SteveSews2)

Below are some examples of blog entries from all blogs that I do. (Courageous Christian Father, Steve Sews Stuff and SteveZ DesignZ).

Recent Feed of All Blogs

  • 25,000 Pageviews25,000 Pageviews
    Steve Sews Stuff 25,000 Pageviews On Steve Sews Stuff 25,000 Pageviews appeared first on Steve Sews Stuff. Read more »
  • Costume using disposable face masksCostume using disposable face masks
    Steve Sews Stuff Costume using disposable face masks Costume using disposable face masks appeared first on Steve Sews Stuff. Read more »
  • 10 Digit Dialing10 Digit Dialing
    10 Digit Dialing a new requirement for many places to dial the full 10 digit phone number fir all local calls. 10 Digit Dialing appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Read the full article at 10 Digit Dialing ©2004-2021 by Steve Patterson Steve Patterson of Courageous Christian Father.Courageous Christian Father… Read more »
  • Lego Replay to give Lego bricks and donate them to children’s non-profits across the countryLego Replay to give Lego bricks and donate them to children’s non-profits across the country
    Lego Replay to give Lego bricks and donate them to children’s non-profits across the country - Yes! Those old unused lego bricks can get a new home! #Lego #LegoReplay #LegoMaster #LegoBrick Lego Replay to give Lego bricks and donate them to children’s non-profits across the country appeared first on Courageous… Read more »
  • First Learned to SewFirst Learned to Sew
    Steve Sews Stuff First Learned to Sew - I first learned to sew in high school in Home Economics. #HomeEconomics #Sewing First Learned to Sew appeared first on Steve Sews Stuff. Read more »
  • Vanilla Ice Can’t Solve Your ProblemVanilla Ice Can’t Solve Your Problem
    Vanilla Ice Can’t Solve Your Problem. Only one person can! Vanilla Ice Can’t Solve Your Problem appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Read the full article at Vanilla Ice Can’t Solve Your Problem ©2004-2021 by Steve Patterson Steve Patterson of Courageous Christian Father.Courageous Christian Father - A Christian Blog about… Read more »
  • ForgivenessForgiveness
    Forgiveness can be easier said than done. Do you easily forgive others when they do wrong to you? Have you ever had anyone not forgive you and you wished they did? What does it mean to forgive? #forgiveness #BGBG2 Forgiveness appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Read the full article… Read more »
  • The Christian being like a pumpkin analogyThe Christian being like a pumpkin analogy
    An Analogy of how being a Christian is like a pumpkin, explains being a christian in the form of being a pumpkin being carved into a jack-o-lantern. #pumpkin The Christian being like a pumpkin analogy appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Read the full article at The Christian being like… Read more »
  • Teal Pumpkin Project – Some Ideas for Non-Food TreatsTeal Pumpkin Project – Some Ideas for Non-Food Treats
    The Teal Pumpkin Project - Teal is the new Orange! - Help save God's children by not giving them allergen containing treats, but other gifts instead. Plus raising awareness of food allergies during Trick or Treats or Trunk or Treats. Did you know that 1 in 13 children have a… Read more »
  • The Legend of Jack o’ Lanterns and Their Evil RootsThe Legend of Jack o’ Lanterns and Their Evil Roots
    Jack o' lanterns ... A fall decoration that you carve and put a light inside it. Plus, I share about The legend of jack-o'-lanterns and the evil dark side of these fall decorations you see around Halloween time. #jackolanterns The Legend of Jack o’ Lanterns and Their Evil Roots appeared… Read more »
  • Reformation DayReformation Day
    October 31 is also Reformation Day, Martin Luther wrote The 95 Thesis on this day 500 years ago and nailed it to the Castle Church door in Wittenburg in Germany. I share about Reformation Day and even the full length movie of I Will Not Recant. #ReformationDay #95Thesis #MartinLuther #IWillNotRecant… Read more »
  • Judgement HouseJudgement House
    Judgement House changing lives w/walk-through drama presentation of the gospel. See what it would be like to accept or reject Jesus w/portrayals of heaven & hell. #JudgementHouse Judgement House appeared first on Courageous Christian Father. Read the full article at Judgement House ©2004-2021 by Steve Patterson Steve Patterson of Courageous… Read more »
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