Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Decorate your Sewing Machine for the Holidays!

Hi all. Still too busy and stressed to sew but, lucky for all of us, Jennifer Heynen a/k/a Jennifer Jangles is not! She has created some free holiday projects that you can do for fun! Her first holiday project is this one:
How fun, right? A wreath and a Christmas tree and some little bunting for your sewing machine or the machine of a sewing friend! She's so creative! You can find this project and the ones to come on Jennifer's blog HERE. Hope you enjoy all her holiday projects! XO and cheery wave from Bev

9 comments:

Jane's Fabrics and Quilts said...

Super cute! Thanks for the link Bev!

Connie said...

Hi! I just came from Jennifer's blog and was amazed at her creativity. I read your comment and came here to visit, and now I am following you, too:) You have some truly inspiring quilts posted on your site. . . I'm always looking for ways to add charm to my 1905 bungalow:) I would love to invite you over to visit.
Your newest follower, Connie :)

barbara woods said...

hope you get less stressed soon

Pinkadot Quilts said...

How adorable!

BillieBee (billiemick) said...

Cute! :):)

Tanya @ Bead and Needle said...

Super cute, indeed - I have a tiny little orange duck with devil horns that sits on my spool extra spool holder...guess I'm ready for Halloween, or I'm just plain evil! ;-) Happy Wednesday, Bev! XOXO

Missy Shay said...

I was wanting to make some Christmas ornaments for everyone and that wreath would be perfect! Thanks for sharing it!

margaret said...

missing your blogs Bev but must mean you are busy with your work, these are cute makes you have shared today

Kerry Stitch Designs said...

You've got to be joking! Decorate your sewing room for holidays? I put up a Valentine in my sewing room in February and it's still there. It's for me. Dry cute wall hanging that my friend made with a block for each month. I'm lucky if I get 3 up per year. Gave up searching for my Lollypop Trees pattern and just bought another one. And I fool myself that I'm organized.