My sister-in-law, Lisa, lent me her sewing machine. Bless her, she knew I was desperate and needy, she sent along a sewing basket with thread, pins and notions.
Presser Foot and Cord – Check
Instruction Booklet – Check
Value Buy sewing machine – Check
Bobbin spun and needle thread – Check
Ready. Set. Sew!
Like my ruffle? I sewed together two cheap paper streamers to form a ruffle. Ah, can you hear the pride in my tone? Well I am proud.
I have a long way to go before I’ll declare to the world “I am a sewer!” Like, knowing how to read a pattern, cut fabric and do anything cool. But, for now I am loving my little ruffle streamer.
I have plans for my ruffle streamer. Don’t worry, I’ll show you soon. I am going to link up to Living with Lindsay’s $5 Challenge on the 25th.
Thanks for cheering me on as I learned to use a sewing machine for my Proverbs 31 Hands On project.
19 In her hand she holds the distaff
and grasps the spindle with her fingers