Phew! This has been a busy week. We have been buzzing around getting things in order for #sewnwithhart. Plus, we have been working to find more ways to engage with our lovely readers and customers. Some of you might have seen us live on Instagram and Facebook! Even though it’s been a bit of a rocky start, it was so great getting to meet you. If you have any questions you would like answered, or products you would like to see, let us know and we will go live for you!
As I sit here writing, history is changing.
Today is a big day for so many. Emotions are swirling.
Let’s bring light to the day with our links for the week. Happy weekend!
Everybody loves a good twirly dress.
This post really resonated with me.
I have lots of sewing to do this weekend. Good thing I’ve got a new book to keep me company!
Seems appropriate in the current state of affairs.
Tips for mental clarity are always welcome.
Hey Readers, Jenny Rushmore from Cashmerette is here to tell you a little about her company.
Happy new year! All the planning and energy coming out of the sewing community has us feeling ready to take on the year. As we revealed earlier this week, we are super excited about our plans for #sewnwithhart. We have been working on this idea for a few months and we hope that it brings you joy.
On to this week’s links….
Christmas tunes are in full swing around here, which means the holidays are near! Hopefully all your projects are done and you are on to the fun stuff like cookie baking and festive beverages! We hope you have a great holiday celebrating with loved ones. Maybe you will even receive a gift from the fabric elves! Now get cozy and enjoy this week’s links!
My very favorite decorating idea for holidays comes from inspiration around the web. Here’s why you will love it: it’s simple, take chalk cloth and turn it into place mats and table runners. Not only is it adorable for entertaining, it is a perfect option for every day, making it a great gift too. The cloth easily wipes clean, and can be used over and over again. Customize your place settings to suit your guests, or let your kids go wild, drawing the decor. It’s also great for buffets or cheese pairings. Just circle where your item will go and write a custom label to go with it. Have a pairing? Use and arrow and draw a map of what is tasty together!
See what I mean? An endless supply of ideas, and here is the best part, all it requires are some scissors! And well, chalk after to start drawing. Ready?! Let’s get started…
As we leap closer to the holidays, some of you might be in making frenzy. Don’t forget to slow down and make a little time for yourself. We posted a few speedy holiday tutorials that can easily be finished in a day. We also have some pretty clothing inspiration in case you want to whip up a new holiday outfit!
In other news, lots of new indie patterns are about to start flooding into Harts! We are listening to you…please keep the pattern company requests coming.