Tuesday, November 29, 2005

Our Email Address

We now have our own email address.
If you would like to contact us, you may
email us at sewchicblog [at] gmail [dot] com .

We would love to hear from you!

This page was updated 8/22/06.


  1. I have thoroughly enjoyed reading your blog!!! I have read the archives and have finished to the most recent one posted. It's like a novel that I don't want to put down. Keep up the good work and I'll be looking forward to the next entry! Deb W. West Virginia

  2. Hi My Name is Stephanie and I am very impressed with what you are doing with this blogger site.

    My husband & I have been isolated since Katrina, and my husband was diagnosed with massive tumor in 2007 & we have had inadequate income since.

    I tried to get him out of carpentry buisness by entering ARTS & CRafts festivals a year ago, however we did not sell enough to even pay our hotel and gasoline.

    I am hoping to be able sell from a blog like you do... but do not know how to set up the site.

    Being isolated I set up two blogs on this same system but was getting discouraged because it appears no one sees them.

    I used to crochet but am not physically capable. I have been doing Original free-motion embroidered Quilts... no two ever the same.

    I am praying you will teach me. Scripture says we have not because we asked not. AND TO ASK UNTIL WE RECIEVE.

    I am a carpenter's wife who is never bored, though I am always boarded up!
    [I have very poor vision and can therefore not drive and we live where it is not safe for me to walk]
    So I just have a sense of humor with it all. And I am reaching out...hoping to meet new friends on this blog... YOU!
    Bless YOU!

  3. AnonymousJune 23, 2009

    HI there! Love your blog! Your all so very talented! I'm just a beginner myself. I'm wondering what are some essential tools you need......besides the sewing machine. :-)

  4. Ladies,
    I'm expecting my first grandbaby and my son and his wife are big college football fans. I'm looking for buttons to go on a cute pair of crocheted "Mary Janes" I made for my grandbaby and instead of putting a flower on it I want to put a button with their favorite college logo. Where can I find college logo buttons? I've looked at my local craft stores and found none. Do you all (or anyone online) know where I can find college logo buttons to go on baby shoes, or other children's clothing?

  5. Hey a sewing story with a very happy ending. A large national chain craft/sewing store offered kids sewing classes at half price but canceled the class once we were at the store. My kids were really upset. A local store, THE SEWIN ASYLUM in Phoenix AZ read about our mess and stepped up to give my kids the classes that Jo-anns canceled. I'm really grateful this locally owned shop and Jo-anns should be ashamed of themselves that these smaller shops have to clean up their messes.

  6. Hi...i have enjoyed going through your blog, i think its one of the most inspiring sites that i have visited in a while. Bravo!

  7. I'm a newbie to sewing AND to blogging so your site is very helpful and inspiring! I've added you to my BLOGROLL. :) -Take Care - Hattie