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| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Sew-In at Home: A Holiday Quilt Adorned with "Coping" [Sashing] Strips

Welcome back to the Sew-In with Nathan and Sayley! I believe that learning and family time keeps the children grounded. The "sewing" days are my favorite as we spend hours talking, laughing, learning, and sewing. So many memories are being made as well as skills that will last a lifetime! Thanks for tuning in to the Sew-In with Nathan and Sayley.Sew-In Family: Nathan (11), Sayley (8), Mom (Ashley, The Featherweight Shop Marketing Director) ***** Supplies: Cinnaberry by 3 Sisters for Moda Fabric Pattern, Miss Rosies Quilt Co. Cake Mix Recipe #4 Aurfil Thread - Dove Grey Featherweight Thread Post Featherweight...


| Posted by Tammy Olson

Shop Talk: "Something for Everyone" Christmas Stocking by Kristyne Czepuryk, Pretty by Hand

  With the holidays right around the corner, I wanted to make three fun and unique stockings! These will be so festive hung by the fireplace in hopes of being filled with stocking stuffers and goodies on Christmas morning! KITS AVAILABLE HERE   Products Used: Mini Wonder Clips Quilt Basting Spray Glass Head Pins, Super Fine Two-Point Turner Sewline Air Erasable Roller Ball Pen Mini Charm Pack ,(Deer Christmas by Urban Chiks for Moda)    I began creating the first stocking using a mini charm pack from Deer Christmas by Urban Chiks for Moda,  and sewed it all together in a...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Penny Postcard: My Dear Brother's Wedding!

We would like you to meet Penny Carter, a 12-year-old little girl living in the countryside of Idaho, who writes postcards to her dearest grandmother, Betty Richards, from Auburn, Washington. An old-fashioned girl at heart, Penny is learning to sew, crochet, knit, embroider, and many other needle crafts with her Mama. Her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Carter, own a small sewing machine shop, which allows Penny the privilege of playing with remnants and extra samples her Mama brings home. She also likes to bake and scrapbook and will write of these experiences to her grandma, who lives several hundred miles...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Featherweight Shop Monthly Giveaway

Welcome to the October Giveaway! For The Featherweight Shop's monthly giveaway, we have picked a Featherweight Favorite, Sterling Silver Bobbin Earrings!   A very talented silversmith is now designing Singer Featherweight jewelry for our customers, including these sterling silver little bobbins.  Aren't they cute!? Each earring weighs about a gram and measures about 3/8 inch. Enter to win the Sterling Silver Bobbin Earrings this Friday, October 23rd at 12:00 am  through Sunday, October 25th at 11:59 pm Pacific Daylight Time! The winner will be picked and announced on Monday, October 26th!     


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Penny Postcard: Huckleberry Pies with Grandma!

We would like you to meet Penny Carter, a 12-year-old little girl living in the countryside of Idaho, who writes postcards to her dearest grandmother, Betty Richards, from Auburn, Washington. An old-fashioned girl at heart, Penny is learning to sew, crochet, knit, embroider, and many other needle crafts with her Mama. Her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Carter, own a small sewing machine shop, which allows Penny the privilege of playing with remnants and extra samples her Mama brings home. She also likes to bake and scrapbook and will write of these experiences to her grandma, who lives several hundred miles...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Shop Talk: Our Favorite French Toast

Welcome back to Shop Talk here at The Featherweight Shop! We love our local chit chat with staff, gathering around the dinette table so-to-speak (because that is what we have!) and sharing with one another. In these segments, we exchange patterns, recipes, organizational ideas, history quips, crafty projects, and smiles about learning an old-fashioned way of doing things. Shop Talk is the fun tidbits of news! ***** Hello! Thank you for joining me, Ashley, in my kitchen today! I am the Marketing Director here at The Featherweight Shop, and LOVE spending time baking and cooking, especially with help of my...


| Posted by April Henry

Shop Talk: Fabric Nook Organization Continues...

The shelves of solids have been more of an annoyance to me than anything over the past two or three years.  There are times one needs a solid for this small project or that small project, but generally, solids are needed in quilts as backgrounds or binding.  This takes more yardage than what I mostly have available in this little stash.  What do you do with your small solid fabric stash?  For now, it needed organizing and eliminating the fabric that was truly unnecessary.   Pulling it all off the shelves and sorting by color was the first task. The...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Penny Postcard: Schooltime

We would like you to meet Penny Carter, a 12-year-old little girl living in the countryside of Idaho, who writes weekly postcards to her dearest grandmother, Betty Richards, from Auburn, Washington. An old-fashioned girl at heart, Penny is learning to sew, crochet, knit, embroider, and many other needle crafts with her Mama. Her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Carter, own a small sewing machine shop, which allows Penny the privilege of playing with remnants and extra samples her Mama brings home. She also likes to bake and scrapbook and will write of these experiences to her grandma, who lives several hundred...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Featherweight Finale: Framing the Cross Stitch

Supplies Featherweight Cross-Stitch Kit (with 14 count Aida Cloth) - If it is sold out, you can sign up for the in stock notification at product link, and you will be notified as soon as we have more kits available.  4-inch or 6-incch Embroidery Hoop Embroidery Scissors Hand-sewing needles in various sizes Already have the supplies on hand? Printed Pattern only is available here.  Advanced in Cross-Stitch Skill? The 28-count Cashel Kit is available here or the Belfast Linen 32-count Kit is available here.  The Beekeeper Thread Minder by Lori Holt Need more floss colors for your Cross-Stitch repertoire?  This Bee Basics 20 Spool Set is super handy to have for...


| Posted by April Henry

Shop Talk: Featherweight Sewing Machine Mat & Cover

For a few years now, I have been wanting to make the sewing machine mat and cover that is featured in Lori Holt's book Quilty Fun.  So, when she recently released her new Prim fabric line, I thought it was the perfect time to make this for our little sewing studio (as well as for me to use when I go on any sewing retreats!)  It was an enjoyable project, and the fabrics came together so beautifully, that we decided to offer this as a kit, available to order here.  The kit does include the Quilty Fun pattern book which,...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Sew-In With Nathan & Sayley: Sewing Mends the Soul

Welcome back to the Sew-In with Nathan and Sayley! The Sew-In started while Nathan and Sayley were spending countless hours at home due to the COVID pandemic. While these are unsettling times, I believe that learning and family time keeps the children grounded. The "sewing" days are my favorite as we spend hours talking, laughing, learning, and sewing. So many memories are being made, as well as skills that will last a lifetime! Thanks for tuning in to the Sew-In with Nathan and Sayley.   Sew-In Family: Nathan (11), Sayley (8), Mom (Ashley, The Featherweight Shop Marketing Director) ***** Supplies: Cinnaberry...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Penny Postcard: Antique Store Find

We would like you to meet Penny Carter, a 12-year-old little girl living in the countryside of Idaho, who writes weekly postcards to her dearest grandmother, Betty Richards, from Auburn, Washington. An old-fashioned girl at heart, Penny is learning to sew, crochet, knit, embroider, and many other needle crafts with her Mama. Her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Carter, own a small sewing machine shop, which allows Penny the privilege of playing with remnants and extra samples her Mama brings home. She also likes to bake and scrapbook and will write of these experiences to her grandma, who lives several hundred...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Shop Talk: Tammy's Dilly Beans

Welcome back to Shop Talk here at The Featherweight Shop! We love our local chit chat with staff, gathering around the dinette table so-to-speak (because that is what we have!) and sharing with one another. In these segments, we exchange patterns, recipes, organizational ideas, history quips, crafty projects, and smiles about learning an old-fashioned way of doing things. Shop Talk is the fun tidbits of news! ***** As the leaves are starting to change color during this gorgeous time of year, the vegetables are also ripe for harvest. The gardens have been tediously tended through the spring and summer, and...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Stitch Along: The Final Stitches

 Review Last Month's Stitch Along Here! Supplies Featherweight Cross-Stitch Kit (with 14 count Aida Cloth) - If it is sold out, you can sign up for the in stock notification at product link, and you will be notified as soon as we have more kits available.  4-inch or 6-incch Embroidery Hoop Embroidery Scissors Hand-sewing needles in various sizes Already have the supplies on hand? Printed Pattern only is available here.  Advanced in Cross-Stitch Skill? The 28-count Cashel Kit is available here or the Belfast Linen 32-count Kit is available here.  The Beekeeper Thread Minder by Lori Holt Need more floss colors for your Cross-Stitch repertoire?  This Bee Basics 20 Spool...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Penny Postcard: Summer Swimming and Baby Quilts

We would like you to meet Penny Carter, a 12-year-old little girl living in the countryside of Idaho, who writes weekly postcards to her dearest grandmother, Betty Richards, from Auburn, Washington. An old-fashioned girl at heart, Penny is learning to sew, crochet, knit, embroider, and many other needle crafts with her Mama. Her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Carter, own a small sewing machine shop, which allows Penny the privilege of playing with remnants and extra samples her Mama brings home. She also likes to bake and scrapbook and will write of these experiences to her grandma, who lives several hundred...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Sew-In at Home With Nathan and Sayley: Sewing Their First Holiday Square

Welcome back to the Sew-In with Nathan and Sayley! The Sew-In started while Nathan and Sayley were spending countless hours at home due to the COVID pandemic. While these are quite uncertain times, I believe that learning and family time keeps the children grounded. The "sewing" days are my favorite as we spend hours talking, laughing, learning, and sewing. So many memories are being made, as well as skills that will last a lifetime! Thanks for tuning in to the Sew-In with Nathan and Sayley.   Sew-In Family: Nathan (11), Sayley (8), Mom (Ashley, The Featherweight Shop Marketing Director) *****...


| Posted by Tammy Olson

Shop Talk: Sew Organized

Welcome back to Shop Talk here at The Featherweight Shop! We love our local chit chat with staff, gathering around the dinette table so-to-speak (because that is what we have!) and sharing with one another. In these segments, we exchange patterns, recipes, organizational ideas, history quips, crafty projects, and smiles about learning an old-fashioned way of doing things. Shop Talk is the fun tidbits of news! ***** Tammy is back at her organizational charm in this week's Shop Talk! She is walking us through her Sew Organized project with beautifully explained directions and pictures. Shop the Sew Organized Kit here...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Penny Postcard: Huckleberry Picking with Papa

We would like you to meet Penny Carter, a 12-year-old little girl living in the countryside of Idaho, who writes weekly postcards to her dearest grandmother, Betty Richards, from Auburn, Washington. An old-fashioned girl at heart, Penny is learning to sew, crochet, knit, embroider, and many other needle crafts with her Mama. Her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Carter, own a small sewing machine shop, which allows Penny the privilege of playing with remnants and extra samples her Mama brings home. She also likes to bake and scrapbook and will write of these experiences to her grandma, who lives several hundred...


| Posted by Ashley Fritsche

Shop Talk: Jamie's Texas Big Mouth Cookies

Welcome back to Shop Talk here at The Featherweight Shop! We love our local chit chat with staff, gathering around the dinette table so-to-speak (because that is what we have!) and sharing with one another. In these segments, we exchange patterns, recipes, organizational ideas, history quips, crafty projects, and smiles about learning an old-fashioned way of doing things. Shop Talk is the fun tidbits of news! ***** Jamie's love for her birthplace of Texas is shown with her Texas Big Mouth Cookies. She has updated the cookie recipe to be more healthy. Jamie is known at The Featherweight Shop for her vivacious...