Thursday, November 17, 2011

Serging book cover

Got to watch some very talented people during the photo shoot for the cover. What a fun time! They have some great shots to choose from and will be exciting to see what they choose for the serging book.

I have extended the drawing for a copy of my newly released book, The Sewing Machine Classroom. So many questions coming in. I will have the drawing TOMORROW evening! Soooooo..... send on your serger questions right now to be entered. Any question and all questions are welcome. Love to have your question published in the serger book.

Right now am spending a quiet evening with the computer and my new puppy, Abigail, just laying quietly at my feet. She is just fabulous! and has grown so much in the past weeks! Guess you could say she is now spoiled. A lovely little Cocker Spaniel. Truly nice therapy.
With the photo shoot finished, can now begin sewing for the holidays! have so many ideas for all the kids and grandchildren. Always fun to just have a nice "homemade" Christmas.

Happy Stitchery!
Charlene

7 comments:

85683d8c-ae21-11e0-98ea-000bcdcb2996 said...

I don't have a question as such. I'd just like to know what specific criteria you look at when you are going to purchase a new serger.

yarndiva said...

Best wishes for your book..and that puppy has got to be cutest little dog ever. Thanks for posting that picture!

Busy As Can Be said...

What a cute dog! And she does look spoiled! lol

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

Our doggies are just the best. Can't ask for better friends and companions than a doggie. Yours is cute. Good luck with the newest book.

Charlene said...

Thanks to you both and yes! she is spoiled! Love her to pieces! Thanks for the good wishes on the book. So much fun gathering my sewing notes for it. Now having fun with the serger book!

MJMR said...

so what brand serger do you have?

Charlene said...

I have a Bernina 1300 MDC. I have also had a Janome and a Brother over the years. Each one has given me many hours of enjoyment and fun! I love how fast I can make items using the serger.