It is 16” tall by 17” wide by 8” deep. The ‘box’ part between the wheels is approx. 8” square by 5” high.
This example is yellow, black and white. Inside the bonnet and part of the bed are lined in yellow. Other colors are available. Please check before ordering for availability and price.
If a pin becomes bent, is difficult to get into the fabric, or ‘clicks’ when entering the fabric, throw it out. Pins are inexpensive – and they do wear out.
If a seam ripper does not cut through threads like a razor, then it is not living up to its name. If you have to push a seam ripper, it is dull. Get a new one and throw the old one out.
If your scissors are dull, you can get an inexpensive sharpener at any fabric supply store. Fiskars makes an inexpensive one, and it works. http://www2.fiskars.com/Sewing-Quilting/Products/Scissors-and-Sharpeners/Desktop-Scissors-Sharpener#.VChSZqbD9Ms
And two of my sets are sold out — Already! (plenty more are available)
Do you love filigree and scrollwork? These Baroque style earrings are perfect for your wedding.
Or, are you wearing a medieval costume or reenacting a medieval renaissance? Wear the perfect handmade earrings.
Blue jeans from companies like Not Your Daughter’s Jeans sometimes have Swarovski Crystals in the hem of the outseam. Shortening a pair of jeans can end up in a broken needle.
To remove hot fix Swarovski crystals: Use a pair of pliers and crush the crystal. Heating it will help remove the crystal (sometimes) but will not remove the glue.
Always remove glass beads from a hemline or seam allowance before serging. There is no better way to destroy a sewing machine needle than to hit a crystal with it.
WHOLESALE: Large orders available. 10% discount on second item. Up to 50% discount for very large orders ($400)
Whole bridal party, any number of pieces available. Please allow two weeks for construction on orders over ten pieces. http://sewandsocreations.wix.com/weddinghomepage
When topstitching centered zippers by machine, go the same direction on both sides of the zipper, If you sew down one side and up the other, your fabric will twist.