Steve Sews Stuff! Bowl cozies, zipper pouches, wrist key fob keychain lanyard, Scrunchies, pocket tissue holders, decorative pillows, quilting and other sewing projects that Steve Sews. Plus Steve blogs about sewing and quilting and other things.
The early 1900s circa quilt was created by Wayne Horton’s grandmother Elsie Guess. Wayne is a long time employee of the General Morgan Inn. This is the first rectangular block on the Downtown Greenville Quilt Trail. It also has the distinction of being the first replication of a family quilt from the African American community to be part of the NE Tennessee Quilt Trail. Designed and painted by Amy Saxonmeyer. Quilt block installed in 2017.
Located at The General Morgan Inn Complex at 111 N. Main Street, Greeneville, TN.
Sunday Siesta – Sunday is a great day set aside for rest making Sunday’s a great day to take a siesta also known as a nap. Sunday Siesta What is a siesta? “Siesta” refers to a short nap or rest, especially taken in the early afternoon, typically in warm climates like in Spain or Latin America. The term originates from the Spanish word “siesta,” which means “nap” or “midday rest.” It’s a cultural tradition in many countries where the climate tends to be hot during the afternoon hours, making it ideal for a break from work or other activities. Even… Continue reading Sunday Siesta
The Beautiful Colors of Easter, one of the most cherished holidays in the Christian calendar, is a time of renewal, hope, and celebration. It’s a season that brings with it a burst of vibrant colors, each carrying its own symbolic meaning and significance. Let’s explore the rich tapestry of colors that define this joyous occasion. #Easter
Stitching Easter Delight with Sewing – As the vibrant hues of spring begin to blossom, the air is filled with the sweet anticipation of Easter. This year, why not infuse your celebration with a touch of handmade charm? Embrace the art of sewing to create delightful Easter crafts that will not only adorn your home but also warm your heart.
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.
Steve Sews Stuff! zipper pouches, bowl cozies, Scrunchies, pocket tissue holders, rice hand warmers, aprons, decorative pillows, fidget marble mazes, Christmas Stockings, baked potato zappers, pot holders, face masks, quilting and other sewing projects that Steve Sews. Plus Steve blogs about sewing and quilting and other things. Plus blogs about sewing and quilting and other things.