Remember this cute rag quilt I made for a beautiful baby? Well that baby is turning 1 and my cousin asked if I would make her a personalized onesie. I have done this before but was excited to use the silhouette to cut out the fabric. It worked quite well although I’m not sure it saves tons of time and I don’t like the fabric waste. My issue came when I began to sew it to the onesie. It was skipping stitches and not feeding properly, yet I pressed on. The onesie is OK, disappointed on my end. It should have arrived in the mail yesterday so I hope to hear from them soon and she promised pics of the birthday with her tutu on.
My wonderful mom came to visit yesterday and I was telling her about taking my machine for service. She convinced me to tear it apart myself and do it. So, the Mr. T and I worked on it last night. It sings to me now-what a difference. I’m thankful for the wisdom of my mama who saved me $65 and a week and a half without a sewing machine.