I didn’t want to sew until about two years ago when I found out I was having a little girl.(Ladies, you know what I’m talking about). We all want little girls to play dress up with, have tea parties with, have a girl’s day out, and have those cute little outfits that everyone talks about. So, when I found out I was having Rosalie, I was ecstatic.
My husband bought me a sewing machine for Christmas last year. All the sewing I knew how to do was touching up and hemming a few things here and there, so I had to go through the process of threading the machine, winding the bobbin, the WORKS! I barely could sew two pieces of fabric together. I had to take sewing classes to learn how to work the machine.
So here I am in the class and I feel like a kid on their first day of school: nervous, hands clammy, not knowing anyone. I was scared! Our instructor, Mrs. Sue, as uncomfortable as the class was, made me feel right at home. Now after learning the basics of the machine, and making a few purses on my own, I love it.
Our business, Lato A.C.D. makes some vintage inspired purses and totes, as well as jewelry, candle holders, and hopefully soon, wrought iron decor. I hope you enjoy our blog, and come by and visit us on Facebook at facebook.com/LatoA.C.D. ( Arts, Crafts, and Home Decor), and at www.etsy.com/shop/latoacd.
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