Today we are bringing you a super cute and functional dog bandana. Not only does it look adorable, it makes the perfect gift for your furry friends! The best part is, it slips right on your dog’s collar, easy peasy!
Made by Hart’s Staff
Sew Your Hart Our September has come to a close, we have had such an amazing month!! So many incredible sponsors, and so many creative people! We are so lucky to have such amazing and talented customers, we couldn’t have done this without all of you! Thanks for making the 4th annual Sew Your Hart Our September so much fun! Please be sure to head over to our Facebook page to take a look at the full gallery of customer project photos!
Sew Your Hart Out September week one is coming to a close and we have loved seeing all the amazing project photos you’ve sent us! There is nothing more exciting than seeing the fantastic garments, quilts, and gifts that our fabrics have become! You are all a constant inspiration to us, so keep those project photos coming!
These are just a few of the projects you have shared with us this week! You can take a look at the full gallery over at our Facebook page: here!
The ladies of Harts have also been busy this week wearing our own homemade garments. Take a look at what we’ve been wearing!
While most of the states are gearing up for fall, California is just entering the heat of summer. September and October tend to bring the heat and I am really hoping that’s the case. After a foggy, wet summer, I am finally ready to bust out my shorts and skirts. A day at the beach is calling…
Hey gang! So today I’m going to show you a fun thing to do with the new Alison Glass Knit Fabrics.
This is it you guys! Sew Your Hart Out September 2015 has come to an end! We have had so much fun this month! There have been an incredible amount of project photos that have been shared with us, thank you all so much! Be sure to check out all of the customer project photos over on our Facebook page!
Grainline Studios began as the personal sewing and project blog of Jen Beeman, designer and patternmaker behind the company. Having studied fashion design at Columbia College where she focused on patternmaking and technical design, Jen enjoyed inspiring people with her projects and sharing tips and tricks she learned from school, and friends. People began responding very positively to the clothing that Jen was drafting for herself and they began requesting the patterns. Jen made PDF downloads of her patterns available online and with their popularity, the rest was history!