Bowl cover sets made from recycled dishcloths

I’ve done a LOT of sewing during this pandemic. I wish I did a real tally, but something like 1,100 masks alone. I made pillows for every room in my house. I made pajamas for my daughter and clothes for myself. I made things for friends and lots of homemade Christmas presents. A LOT of sewing. It has kept me busy and  happy, which sewing almost always does.

So when folks at Concord Continuing Education asked if I could teach some sewing classes this fall, I happily agreed. If you’re in Greater Boston and wanting to either take a one night class– where you’ll learn about basic alterations and fixes to your clothing, or a longer class where you’ll be learning about your machine and making a few fun things– be sure and sign up. Space is open to all, but is limited by class size. Masks are required and I have been vaccinated.


These bowl covers look surprisingly a lot like mop caps!

Here are the links to the classes:

Mend It, Fix It or Alter It

Rev Up Your Sewing Machine