Sewing Happens

31 Aug

When working on things to sell, I do a lot of my sewing in batches.  I start out by cutting a whole lot of one thing out.  Then I sew them all.  then I iron, then I finish the sewing, etc.  Whatever steps the project requires, a whole batch gets done at a time.  This is much more efficient, particularly when I am changing thread colors, needle types, and moving from cutting table, sewing machine, ironing station, any maybe surging machine too.

The other night I worked on a batch of dog scarves.  This photo is of the floor in front of my cutting table.  Gee, can you tell that I am working on some football season and fall designs?


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