Last week I found an article on The Strategist that was too good not to share. At first I was really excited because the title read, "Embroidery is the New Status Craft," and then I just started rolling my eyes and laughing at it.
You can read the article HERE.
I don't know about you but I've already done my spring cleaning. I like to do it before the sun comes back because otherwise I have trouble staying inside long enough to clean. With my newly-pared-down apartment ready for spring, I thought it would be the perfect time to add some floral pieces to my walls. You might be feeling the same way once you do your own spring cleaning so I thought I'd share my favorites.
Once you start embroidery, you inevitably attract embroidery thread to you like one of those rare earth magnets. Friends give it to you, it jumps into your cart at the craft store because, "Oooh! Blue!" and you always have some left over after a project.
Now, it's all fine and dandy to hold onto it for other embroidery designs but if you're like me and your thread is starting to feel like the monster in The Blob, then it's time to get proactive.
I know. The Super Stitchers' Club is getting really cool. This year I'm pushing out some exciting designs, taking cues from club members to make sure I give you what you want to sew. A beautiful bouquet to get you through the winter? Check! A magical unicorn? Of course! And my husband's favorite: a Rockabilly girl with tattoos!
I can't believe that I get to start 2018 like this but Studio MME was featured in this month's Country Living magazine! Our business appeared in their list of 100 Most Creative for 2018!!! The feature celebrates the 100 Movers and Makers who inspired them. I'm so honored and, like the dignified person I am, I promptly ran around Barnes and Noble with my magazine showing it to random people. I even showed my cat twice at home but both times she looked less than impressed. (In fact, she just put her furry behind on the magazine as soon as I set it down.)