Friday

SINGER 7258 Stylist Award-Winning 100-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine

Singer 7258 Stylist - 100 stitch Computerized

If you need your very first sewing machine or you've been a seamstress for years and are replacing or purchasing a second machine, this is the time.

This machine is reduced to half it's regular price! For a limited time only, you can Save $118.00 on this sewing machine. It's in stock now, but won't last long at these prices. 

SINGER 7258 Stylist Award-Winning 100-Stitch Computerized Sewing Machine with DVD, 10 Presser Feet, Metal Frame, and More including--

  • 100 Stitch Sewing Machine with 10 Presser Feet Perfect For Crafting, Sewing and Quilting
  • Easy Threading System with Automatic Needle Threader
  • LED Display Screen with Automatic Stitch Length and Width
  • Easy-to-Load Top Drop-In Bobbin System with Clear Cover
  • Electronic Auto Pilot allows you to sew without the foot pedal and easily adjust maximum speed; 110 volt machine designed for United States and Canadian use only
If it's a gift for someone else, Amazon even Gift Wraps!

This machine is not one of the newer all Plastic models, but The SINGER 7258 Stylist sewing machine has a heavy duty metal frame, which ensures that your sewing machine remains still while sewing so you never have to worry about skipped stitches!

Easy Threading System with Automatic Needle Threader

Threading the machine is so easy that you can have the entire machine threaded, from the spool to the needle’s eye, in just six seconds. Threading instructions are even printed on the sewing machine! The automatic needle threader is sewing’s biggest timesaver!


ED Display Screen with Automatic Stitch Length and Width

LED screen displays selected stitch and stitch length & width settings. All stitches are automatically set with the optimum stitch length and width settings. Feel free to override these settings for ultimate creativity!

These are just a few advantages to owning this machine, to see all about this 7258 Singer Sewing Machine [Click Here for More Information] 


Wednesday

I Think I'll Begin my Cowl Collar now, I Might Finish it by Fall

"Ilovetoknithats"

I'm sure some of you remember all my ranting from last year about those cowl collar scarves.

I wanted one of those so badly, but couldn't find one I liked and no time to sit down and crochet one.

Most of the pretty ones I'd seen were crafted from light-weight yarn.

So my granddaughter began one for me as a circular finger knit project. It was actually quite gorgeous, but when she reached the length I'd requested, we had a problem.

Are you a Beginner with a brand new Sewing Machine?

Are you a Beginner?

Sweet-Sewing-Patterns is 5 years old.

If you haven't been with us for 5 years because you're new to sewing and crafting, come on in and join us. We talk about sewing and crafting and quilting and selling our completed items online.

I'm an online seller, myself, offering many of my handmade items at Etsy, Ebay, and my very own shop at SandySewsPretties.

Friday

Are you Searching for Ralph Lauren Retired Fabrics?

Ralph Lauren JardiniereThe Diplomat Collection
People often email to ask if I sell shams from Ralph Lauren's old patterns.

Actually, they are referring to "retired collections" from years ago.

Some of Ralph Lauren's and Tommy Hilfiger's most popular collections were released between 1995-2005.

Wednesday

Are you trying to lose weight - Maybe it is more Psychological than you think

foodnetwork.co.uk
For years we've been told that to stay slim depends on rigorous exercise, avoiding fast food and eating smaller portions.

Along with that advice we've been told to reduce our plate size, which might have been foreseen since we've recently been allotted smaller food portion sizes for a balanced diet.

Saturday

A Brand New Category - Is it for you?

Join Our Seller Showcase

For several years, I tried to showcase a different Etsy Seller every month.

Then I became ill and posting became a challenge and adding new Sellers to a monthly showcase near impossible.

You can read more about my illness at my Personal Blog:
Life@ Gingham Country