Little did my mom know that when she declared the Christmas of 1971 as a “Handmade Holiday,” she changed my life forever. I can still remember feeling so honored and loved when even my dad, who was Mr. Busy and Mr. Uncrafty, spent time putting together presents he thought we would enjoy. The huge mosaic he made from our shag carpet remnants hung on the wall above the piano for years. The fabric-covered hanging lamp he made for me hung above my bed until I went to college. It was this Christmas that began my own “Handmade Journey.”
Today, I’m still on that journey. It has become such a part of who I am today. All seems right with the world when I’m able to design, create and share my sewing adventures with you.
If you’ve declared your own Handmade Holiday this season, a flannel fringe scarf is an easy, stylish gift to make for anyone on your list.
And to thank those of you who take the time to check it out, pin and comment, I’ll be giving away another copy of The Refashion Handbook to one of you. (Just in time for Christmas🙂 )
The winner from last week’s Festive Faux Fur Collar tutorial is…..
Congratulations Dawn! Send your address to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll send your book to you ASAP.
In other news:
I hope you can join me for my live BurdaStyle Webinar this Monday, December 8 at 11:00 EST. At the end of the webinar, we’ll be giving away a copy of The Refashion Handbook to one one lucky participant.
I hope it’s you………….🙂
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Happy Handmade Holidays!