Thursday, October 23, 2014


The Martha Pullen School was held at Creative Sewing October 21-23.  You know its a great event when the students do not want to take their breaks for snacks and lunch!  The classes this year were taught by three Martha Pullen Certified Instructors; Kathy McMakin, Connie Palmer and Peggy Dilbone.  Creative Sewing was honored to have three such accomplished teachers, designers and authors.

Instructor Connie Palmer taught the students how to make a beautiful designer child's dress using Baby Lock's Crescendo sewing machine.
  The dress, designed by Connie, features a bodice using puffing strips, rickrack and bias strips. 
Instructor Peggy Dilbone taught the students how to make a cute designer diaper bag on the Baby Lock Destiny.
  Students learned to construct the bag and embellish it with embroidery, lace insertions and scallop touches.
Instructor Kathy McMakin taught the student's how to construct and embellish a baby day gown and matching bonnet using Baby Lock's Ovation serger.
This gave Susan a chance to demonstrate her stellar ironing skills!
As the Martha Pullen School comes to a close, we are already prepared to enjoy some informative classes with Joyce Keske this Friday and Saturday, the 24th and 25th! If you have missed out on all this fun, don't forget to sign up for Sew What's New just around the corner on October 31st and November 1st!  See you then!

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