Sewing – a New Found Passion for Stroke Victim – Follow up

To brief you on the original story my mother suffered a very bad stroke that resulted in her losing her ability to walk and talk. She also lost all movement on the right side of her body. Being right handed it has taken her some time to learn how to make the best of what she has left.

Mom was placed in an assisted living apartment where she did not receive the attention, assistance and encouragement she needed to heal. She stayed there slowly dying for over two years before she was finally placed in a healing environment.  She immediately began to show improvements once she was placed in the right environment. Personally, I believe she could have regained about 50% of her speech and twice as much as her current mobility had she been placed in a healing environment as soon as she was discharged from the hospital. Sadly, that was not the option chosen by her power of attorney.

Mom

Now mom has re-learned how to sew using a sewing machine with a foot pedal. It is not the same as the crocheting she was always doing before the stroke but she loves being able to do something productive once again. The previous placement had mom sitting in a recliner all day long except for being put in her wheelchair to go to the dining room for lunch and sometimes for dinner. She spent much of that time sleeping because she was so bored and there was not much she could do about it. Remember; she cannot speak, write or otherwise verbalize her wants and or needs. She can answer yes and no to questions but though it can be obvious that mom wants something figuring out what it is can be quite difficult. Often times she just shakes her head and puts an end to the guessing game before we even get close. The folks were scheduled to be placed in a convalescent home when my step dad made a brave call to his daughter asking if she would be willing let them move into her home and her care. Had he not made the call their lives would be very different today and not in a good way.

Here are some pictures of her work. She is good and fast. 

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Top 10 FREE Ways to beat the heat in and around Phoenix, AZ

Pioneer Community Park Peoria

Pioneer Community Park
Peoria

1.    Splash parks: There are numerous parks in and around the Phoenix metropolitan area that are totally free and often times at a park where you can also fish for free. Here is a list of some parks that have splash parks. Remember to take a towel.

Altadena Park     3711 E Altadena Ave   Phoenix
Mariposa Park    3150 W Morten Ave   Phx
Splash Pad   6770 N Sunrise Blvd   Phx
City Scape 1 E. Washington St., Phoenix
Edison Park  901 N 19th Street
Mountain Vista Park  13647 S 50th Street   Phx
Nuestro Park  1433 S Ninth Street   Phx
Outlets at Anthem  I-17 & Anthem Way    Phx
Pecos Park  17010 S 48th Street   Phx
Gateway Park 10100 N El Mirage Road   El Mirage
Fountain Park at Westgate  Loop 101 & Glendale Ave    Glendale
Glendale Heros Regional Park  8100 W Bethany Home Road    Glendale
Goodyear Community Park  3151 N Litchfield Road   Goodyear
Pioneer Park 8755 N 83rd Ave    Peoria
Rio Vista Community Park  8866-A  West Thunderbird Road    Peoria
Desert Ridge Marketplace  Loop 101 & N Tatum    Phx
Kierland Commons at Fountain in Center Plaza  Greenway Pkwy & Scottsdale Rd   Phx
Scottsdale Quarter   Scottsdale Road and Greenway-Hayden Loop    Scottsdale
Rotary Park in Fountain Park  12925 N Saguaro Blvd    Fountain Hills
Aqua Linda Park 8732 E. McDonald Drive,   Scottsdale
Florence Ely Nelson Desert Park 8950 E. Pinnacle Peak Road,   Scottsdale
Paiute Park 3210 N. 66th St.,    Scottsdale
Pima Park  8600 E. Thomas Road,    Scottsdale
Vista del Camino Park  7700 E. Roosevelt St.,    Scottsdale

For even more parks and detailed information about them check out this link:

2.    Go walk around at one of the indoor malls around town such as:

Arrowhead Towne Center  Loop 101 & West Bell Road   Peoria
Superstition Springs 6555 E. Southern Ave. Mesa, Arizona 85206
Chandler Fashion Center 3111 W. Chandler Blvd  Chandler, Arizona 85226
Arizona Mills   Interstate 10 & US 60    Tempe, AZ
Paradise Valley Mall   Cactus Road between 44th Street & Tatum
Fiesta Mall  US 60 & Alma School Road    Mesa
Scottsdale Fashion Square    West of Scottsdale Road at Camelback Rd   Scottsdale

3.    Plan a get together at a friend’s house where there is a swimming pool.

4.    Go see a movie.   Movie theaters can be found at all of the malls listed above & many more locations throughout the valley.

5.    Go to one of our local lakes.  Okay this is not exactly free anymore but it is less than $10
Please, be responsible and pick up after yourself. Always leave the lake cleaner than you found it.

6.    Kick back at home and watch television.

7.    Catch up on your sleep. When it is over 110 degrees staying indoors is always a good option why not catch some z’s.

8.    Stay in and play board games or card games. Spend some quality time with family & friends.

9.    Do some indoor crafts. Get a head start on making gifts for the holiday season.

10.    Put a sprinkler on the hose, Turn the hose on, Let it sit for at least 2 minutes, then Check the temperature of the water and if cooled down enough grab a lawn chair and a cold drink & enjoy.

What ever you do DO NOT touch the water that comes out of any spigot until you have carefully checked the temperature. The water that comes out of a garden hose that is sitting in the sun is hot enough to cause very serious burns. Also, be careful when letting the kids play on the grass because we have some mighty mean ants out here. The ants have actually taken lives of babies as well as adults.

Top 10 FREE Ways to beat the heat in and around Phoenix, AZ

1.    Splash parks: There are numerous parks in and around the Phoenix metropolitan area that are totally free and often times at a park where you can also fish for free. Here is a list of some parks that have splash parks. Remember to take a towel.

Altadena Park     3711 E Altadena Ave   Phoenix
Mariposa Park    3150 W Morten Ave   Phx
Splash Pad   6770 N Sunrise Blvd   Phx
City Scape 1 E. Washington St., Phoenix
Edison Park  901 N 19th Street
Mountain Vista Park  13647 S 50th Street   Phx
Nuestro Park  1433 S Ninth Street   Phx
Outlets at Anthem  I-17 & Anthem Way    Phx
Pecos Park  17010 S 48th Street   Phx
Gateway Park 10100 N El Mirage Road   El Mirage
Fountain Park at Westgate  Loop 101 & Glendale Ave    Glendale
Glendale Heros Regional Park  8100 W Bethany Home Road    Glendale
Goodyear Community Park  3151 N Litchfield Road   Goodyear
Pioneer Park 8755 N 83rd Ave    Peoria
Rio Vista Community Park  8866-A  West Thunderbird Road    Peoria
Desert Ridge Marketplace  Loop 101 & N Tatum    Phx
Kierland Commons at Fountain in Center Plaza  Greenway Pkwy & Scottsdale Rd   Phx
Scottsdale Quarter   Scottsdale Road and Greenway-Hayden Loop    Scottsdale
Rotary Park in Fountain Park  12925 N Saguaro Blvd    Fountain Hills
Aqua Linda Park 8732 E. McDonald Drive,   Scottsdale
Florence Ely Nelson Desert Park 8950 E. Pinnacle Peak Road,   Scottsdale
Paiute Park 3210 N. 66th St.,    Scottsdale
Pima Park  8600 E. Thomas Road,    Scottsdale
Vista del Camino Park  7700 E. Roosevelt St.,    Scottsdale

For even more parks and detailed information about them check out this link: http://www.azcentral.com/story/entertainment/events/2014/07/16/phoenix-area-splash-pads-parks-water-features/12548211/

2.    Go walk around at one of the all indoor malls around town such as:

Arrowhead Towne Center  Loop 101 & West Bell Road   Peoria
Superstition Springs 6555 E. Southern Ave. Mesa, Arizona 85206
Chandler Fashion Center 3111 W. Chandler Blvd  Chandler, Arizona 85226
Arizona Mills   Interstate 10 & US 60    Tempe, AZ
Paradise Valley Mall   Cactus Road between 44th Street & Tatum
Fiesta Mall  US 60 & Alma School Road    Mesa
Scottsdale Fashion Square    West of Scottsdale Road at Camelback Rd   Scottsdale

3.    Plan a get together at a friend’s house where there is a swimming pool.

4.    Go see a movie.   Movie theaters can be found at all of the malls listed above and many         more locations throughout the valley.

5.    Go to one of our local lakes.  Okay this is not exactly free anymore but it is less than $10
Please, be responsible and pick up after yourself. Always leave the lake cleaner than you found it.

6.    Kick back at home and watch television.

7.    Catch up on your sleep. When it is over 110 degrees staying indoors is always a good  option why not catch some z’s.

8.    Stay in and play board games or card games. Spend some quality time with family & friends.

9.    Do some indoor crafts. Get a head start on making gifts for the holiday season.

10.    Put a sprinkler on the hose, Turn the hose on, Let it sit for at least 2 minutes, then Check the temperature of the water and if cooled down enough grab a lawn chair and a cold drink & enjoy.

What ever you do DO NOT touch the water that comes out of any spichot until you have carefully checked the temperature. The water that comes out of a garden hose that is sitting in the sun is hot enough to cause very serious burns. Also, be careful when letting the kids play on the grass because we have some mighty mean ants out here. The ants have actually taken lives of babies as well as adults.

Craigslist – amazing free resource

Seeing as I found this blogging opportunity through Craigslist it seems appropriate to write this article about Craigslist.com. Though I found the opportunity via the “jobs” section my focus for this article is mostly the “for sale” section and the ‘free’ sub-section. Let me start by sharing with you things you can find for free everyday on CL.

10 things you can find forFREE everyday on Craigslist (at least in Phoenix, AZ)

  1.  Televisions
  2.  Spas / Jacuzzis
  3.  Moving Boxes
  4.  Fill dirt
  5.  Pallets
  6.  Furniture / Mattresses
  7.  Appliances
  8.  Toys
  9.  Rocks
  10.  Building Materials

Next, 10 surprising things I have seen more than a couple of times for FREE on Craigslist

  1.  Mobile Homes
  2.  Walk in freezers
  3.  Timeshares
  4.  Pianos / Organs

    Found under "free" in Monterey's CL page

    Found under ‘free’ on Monterey’s CL page

  5.  Vehicles / Boats
  6.  Horses / Goats
  7.  Tickets (even good ones)
  8. Used oil

    free used vegetable oil

    free used vegetable oil

  9. Nearly new furnishings
Found under 'free'

Found under ‘free’


AND my favorite (for creativity) 

10. You pick ‘em greens (basically weeds listed as mustard greens, dandelions, and clover)

 

 

 

 

I think most of us know that you can turn to Craigslist if you are looking for a job or a place to live or you want to buy or sell a vehicle. But, below I have listed 10 Things I bet you did not know you could find on Craigslist

  1.  Craigslist TV – a Youtube channel of weird, wild, and wonderful stories of craigslist users.
  2.  a variety of Open Source projects (I would tell you more but this area is a little above my level of understanding & participation)
  3.  Craigslist blog
  4.  “Craigslist Joe” A movie based on a man on a mission to live a month off of Craigslist alone. He sets off with a cell phone,  bicycle and a backpack. No money, no contacts.
  5.  Best of Craigslist
  6.  Discussion Forums for everything
  7.  Lost and Found – A great place to post an ad for a lost or found item or pet.
  8.  Barter – Under the “for sale” category there is a section for people to trade things.
  9.  Rideshare –  whether you are looking for a ride somewhere or you do not like to travel alone this is where you should look.
  10.  A Date –  Yep Craigslist has a ‘personals’ section where you can find others looking for love, a LTR, BBW, SWM, SWF, SBM, etc. – always use caution when finding love online.

And my final topic:

5 Things you would expect to find for free everyday on Craigslist but can’t.  Don’t get me wrong I have seen all of these things listed for free but not very often.

  1.  Computers
  2.  Cell phones
  3.  Aluminum cans (many people like to collect cans for others but not here)
  4.  Game consoles (we all know gamers need to update their systems every couple of years, where are the old systems going?)
  5.  Bicycles

I think it would be a great challenge to build and furnish a home using only things found on Craigslist. I am ready for this challenge just need to find the land for free. And a jurisdiction that would be willing to work with this building concept. It would be difficult to keep with traditional methods and materials so imagination, and ability to work with what is available are a must.

Thanks for reading and Take Care.

Zip it up – All about zippers

In this article I am sharing with you some great information and tutorials about ZIPPERS.

First, let me say if you are ever in Phoenix, AZ you must visit SAS Fabrics Superstore. SAS is located at 9840 N 19th Ave in north Phoenix Arizona 85021. Their phone number is 602-943-7777. At SAS you will find over 30,000 square feet of fabrics for apparel, home decor, upholstery, bridal gowns and more. SAS is also where you need to go to get zippers. They have zippers for as little as .25¢ each. You can also buy zippers by the foot off of a spool.

Lets start here where you will learn all about zipper types, purposes, components and how to choose the right zipper for your project. Do not skip this step. It is full of great information. Stuff you never knew you needed to know but you will be glad you learned.

Below are the links to the tutorials for installing zippers as well as a simple zippered pouch tutorial you can make to test what you learned from the tutorials. So, if you do not already have them go pick up a few zippers and some fabric and get started.

HOW TO SEW A ZIPPER

HOW TO SEW IN AN INVISIBLE ZIPPER

HOW TO SEW A LAPPED ZIPPER

THE ABSOLUTE EASIEST WAY TO SEW A ZIPPER

HOW TO INSTALL A ZIPPER IN A LINED DRESS

Are you ready to put what you have learned into action? Click on A PRACTICE TUTORIAL and show us what you can do.

A PRACTICE TUTORIAL

The Relaxation of Crafting and Sewing

Do the holidays or even everyday life cause you stress?  Normally we can go shopping to relieve some stress but not during the holidays. During the holidays shopping can cause more stress than it could ever alleviate. Because it is true that it is not the stress that kills us, it is our reaction to it that kills us; I am writing this blog to propose a way to react to the stress you may be faced with; I propose you try a sewing or craft project to help keep stress levels low. Sewing and crafting can be a great stress reliever as long as you choose a project that is not too challenging for you.

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Many people use sewing as well as other types of crafts and or hobbies to relieve their stress. My mother (also the mother of my 12 siblings) always had her knitting bag with her wherever she went; this  was after raising all of us. When she would come visit she would be knitting away as we talked about what had been going on in our lives. If we went to anywhere that involved sitting in one place and not eating, she would be knitting. She knit so much that she had her items for sale in a few stores. Not only was it therapeutic for her it was also very rewarding. She loved when people would go on about how beautiful her work was and would ask if she could make something for them.

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When people find that they are bored, lacking enthusiasm, or they just need something to keep them busy, they should try sewing
and/or crafting to relieve their symptoms. Sewing and crafting are both great ways to keep busy and avoid being bored. If you do not know how to sew there are numerous sewing classes out there such as the free online classes at www.craftsy.com/Sewing and at youtube.com (use search at top of Youtube’s page). There are the classes that meet up locally including the ones offered at Sew From the Heart and at Sewing Nuts both located in Scottsdale. These classes usually cost money. And there are numerous volunteer opportunities out there that can be quite rewarding emotionally.

Need an idea for a project?

Go to www.pinterest.com/sasfabricssuperstore and browse the many tutorials, project ideas, patterns, etc. to find an inspiration. Make a list and get started.

Ready to get started? The first place to start is a visit to

SAS Fabrics Superstore

9840 N 19th Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85021     602-943-7777 

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At SAS Fabrics Superstore you will find all kinds of fabric, notions, and other related items. When you go to SAS Fabrics Superstore be sure to allow yourself about one hour of time to browse the isles and find your treasures, inspirations and to just get your creative juices flowing. Once you decide on a project or two gather the items needed and get started.

While at SAS Fabrics Superstore be sure to take a moment to check out SAS Fabrics Superstore’s Customer Showcase Window. It is located to the right of the store entrance. The Customer Showcase Window is where customers of SAS Fabrics Superstore can display their work and promote their business’. You can even sign up to have your work displayed in the Customer Showcase Window.  Who knows you may be on your way to discovering a hidden talent that even you did not know you have.

Be sure to share your finished project here or on our Facebook page. www.facebook.com/sasfabricssuperstore

Thank you for reading SASsy Sewing’s blog.

Take Care and Happy Sewing.   : )

How to Make a Button Elf Doll

This is a reblog. Originally posted Nov. 16, 2012 by SASsy Sewing

SAS Fabrics Superstore

Button Elf Dolls by Laura D’Angelico

These little guys are not only cute as a button they are also really quite easy to make.

What you will need:

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1. a pretty good collection of 1/4″ – 1/2″ diameter buttons* (maybe 40-50 per doll).

2. small piece of fabric*. One 12 inch square piece of fabric is plenty.

3. Strong thread* and a needle*. Make sure the needle will fit through the button holes.

4. a small foam ball for each doll head. I used 2 inch diameter. Dollar Store or Hobby Lobby & similar stores

5. beans and a small amount of soft material to fill the body and booties of the doll.

6. paint to create the facial features.

7. 3 small jingle bells*.

8. glue*

For the booties simply cut fabric in the shape of a bootie and…

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Sewing – a New Found Passion for Stroke Victim


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I want to share this story with you. It is about my mom and her life after she suffered a severe stroke. About 3 1/2 years ago mom had a stroke that left her unable to walk & talk. More specifically she lost the use of the right side of her body – she is half paralyzed. She also lost her ability to speak comprehensively. She can say only a few words but people can communicate with her still by asking yes and no questions because she does comprehend what we say most of the time. Mom does have days where she seems to be less comprehensive than others but for the most part she is still all there, mentally.

Before her stroke you would always see her knitting a beautiful afghan, sweater, scarf or a hat while visiting with guests, watching television or whenever she had a minute to sit down & knit. It was one of those things that she really enjoyed doing. She had her works being sold in a couple of small speciality shops and at local functions. And when she was not knitting you may find her making speciality soaps that she sold in the same manner. She is very talented and loves making things with her hands.

After her stroke she only has use of the left side of her body. Being right handed, the stroke left her very much handicapped with very limited abilities. I tried to find a way for her to knit with her left hand only but had no success. Then I asked the social media world, via a knitting Facebook page, if anyone had any suggestions as to how mom may be able to knit in her current condition. One suggestion I received was to try a loom. Off to the craft store I went to buy a loom. I took the loom and yarn to her and we gave it a try. She seemed to do somewhat okay but neither one of us really knew what we were doing and we gave up.

Three years later than it should have happened mom and step dad were placed in my step sisters home where mom is finally getting the attention she needs to regain or re-learn whatever is possible. Thank God for Vera being willing to take on such a challenge of having mom & dad live with her and her being mom’s full-time caregiver.

For three years after the stroke mom & dad were living in a small hotel-like room with a wet bar and separate sleeping room at an assisted living facility. At the facility their unit was so small and crammed with stuff that if mom was not in her recliner she was in the way. She spent day after day stuck in her recliner except when they went to the dining hall for midday supper and when she went to bed at night. Being stuck in the recliner day after day was starting to affect her will to live. It was really hard to even go visit her, to see her that way and to watch her fading away.

With her new placement at my stepsister’s home, mom now has the assistance and space she needs to actually live the rest of her life. She goes for strolls in her power chair daily, plays cards, and enjoys her new found passion – SEWING.  Yes, finally she is getting to do something useful with her hands as she has always enjoyed. She uses her foot to run the foot pedal and feeds the fabric with her left hand. Of course, she needs assistance with cutting and pinning the fabrics but she runs the machine by herself.

The reason for me writing this today is to let others know that stroke victims can and will survive as long as they are given the right resources and a healing environment. Do not let anyone tell you differently not even the patient. It may take time and it WILL take patience but it is worth every minute. If my story helps even just one person then it was worth my time and effort.

On a side note mom most likely would not have even had a chance to prove herself as being capable of using a power chair if it was not for my brother going out and buying her one and placing it at her assisted living unit. It sat there unused until one day mom insisted that the nurse put her in the power chair instead of the push chair. There was a small learning curve and a couple of scuffs along the walls but in no time mom was zooming along.IMG_8500

I am heading out now to SAS Fabrics Superstore to pick up some fabrics for mom so she can make blankets for friends and family  members that have expressed that they would like her to make for them. SAS Fabrics Superstore is the best place in Arizona to buy affordable fabrics. It is a must visit fabric warehouse.

Take Care and happy sewing.

Ventana de SAS para el Cliente

VENTANA DE SAS PARA DE CLIENTES

Siempre estamos buscando maneras de ayudar a nuestros clientes a ahorrar y ganar dinero. Nuestros precios bajos todos los días son sólo una manera de lograr esto. Otra manera ayudamos a nuestros clientes a hacer su tramo dólar es, ofreciéndoles la GRATIS oportunidad de mostrar a todos nuestros otros clientes lo que tienen que ofrecer.

PROPAGANDA GRATIS PARA LOS  SAS CLIENTES

Hemos empezado un programa para nuestros clientes para recibir la exposición de gratis al exponer ejemplares de su trabajo en nuestra escaparate ventana. Tenemos cientos de clientes que entran por nuestras puertas a diario que le proporcionando la exposición a potencialmente miles de gente cada semana. Quiere ser parte de este programa? Leer, firmar y devolver este documento a Laura@sasfabricssuperstore.com continuación, llevar un producto o dos para la exposición aparece en la ventana y dejar que se descubran sus talentos.

1. El cliente ha sido advertido que las cosas puestas en la ventana están expuestas extremadamente al sol. esta exposición al sol causa da?os a casi todas las cosas. lo que quiere decir que si la cosa que la cosa puesta enfrente de la ventana va a ser arruinada e ya no va a servir para venderse.

2. Artículo (s) presentada por los clientes será exhibido en la ventana. Para participar de contactos Laura para programar una cita para reunirse en la tienda. Con sus artículos asegúrese de traer sus tarjetas de visita con usted (20-40 tarjetas). Para obtener los mejores resultados imprimir y enmarcar una 5×7 o 8×10 hoja de papel con su nombre y número de teléfono para ser colocado en la ventana junto con su artículo.

3. El preparaciónes de la tienda van ventana hechas por Laura D’Angelico. A los clientes no se les permitirá poner sus propias cosas en la ventana por eso es importante que incluya en su paquete cualquier instrucciones para poner sus cosas en de ventana. Incluya fotos si es necesario para una clara demostración de como quiere que sus cosas puestas en la ventana.

4. La ventana de exposición no va estar accesible para los clientes tengan o no tengan sus cosas de muestra. no va tu tener acceso a la trabajo hasta que se termine el tiempo de exposición.

5. SAS no vender va estar tus artículo (s). Si alguien esta interesado en comprar tu trabajo nos vamos a ayudar a obtener de información de contacto para que se puedan contactar con usted. su información para comunicarse con usted. su información de contacto debe ser clara y entendible y debe ser parte de tu exposición.

6. Nos pondremos en contacto con usted cuando su elemento se elimina de la ventana. Usted tendrá 2 semanas para recoger su artículo (s). Los productos que no sean recogidos serán considerados abandonados y serán desechad

7. Vamos a hacer lo que podamos para asegurar sus artículo (s) pero no nos hacemos responsables si se pierden, o roban.

8. El duración en la exposición de del trabajo va a hacer basado dependiendo en la demanda.

9. vamos a mantener esto divertido y amigable.

He leído este documento y estoy de acuerdo con los términos de este programa.

Name:_______________________________________________  Date:_________________

Para mas información o contacto con laura@sasfabricssuperstore.com

July 2015 Featured Customer – the Sew Spot

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Clutch Purse

by: The Sew Spot

By the Sew Spot

Clutch Purse by:         the Sew Spot

SAS Fabrics Superstore’s

July 2015 Featured Customer

The Sew Spot

Currently featured in

SAS Fabrics Superstore’s Customer Window

is an adorable Clutch Purse

created by our loyal customer: The Sew Spot

If you would like to know more or try to make one for yourself  CLICK HERE  for the tutorial.

Thank you Kim Glenn of The Sew Spot for being a part of our Customer Window program

and for providing this wonderful tutorial, we are proud to be your fabric store of choice.

We hope you enjoy this tutorial.

Take Care & Happy Sewing

En Español:

bolso de embrague

por: The Sew Spot

By the Sew Spot

Bolso de embrague por: la Cosa punto
SAS Fabrics Superstore

07 2015 Cliente destacado

The Sew Spot

Actualmente aparece en

SAS Fabrics Superstore’s Customer Window

es un bolso de embrague adorable

creado por nuestro cliente fiel : The Sew Spot

Si desea saber más o tratar de hacer uno por sí mismo hacer clic aquí para el tutorial .

Gracias Kim Glenn de The Sew Spot por ser parte de nuestro programa propaganda trabajode al Cliente

y para proporcionar este maravilloso tutorial, nos sentimos orgullosos de ser tu tienda de telas de elección.

Esperamos que disfrute de este tutorial.

Cuídate y feliz de coser