When it rains, I make some ‘pigs in a blanket’ with my little baby. They will be a warm yummy snack for two kids in the school when they get back. Mama makes dough and rolls them into long ropes to wrap the sausages. My little one plays with the dough eating a sausage. Little one’s favorite doll, Milly is our guest to join us. When mama’s bread turns golden brown, the front door opens a loud shout, “Sausage bread!!!” Two sis rush to hug mama. We enjoy the rainy day just like that.            Read More →

DOWNLOAD Patterns: SewingIllustration.com           Drawing with sewing machine using Aurifil wool thread.   Lecein flower sugar: fat quarter shop quilt batting: Warm cotton labels: Etsy thread: Aurifil    Read More →

      My middle child Chloe’s birthday is coming and 5 years old Claire drew a picture for her sister last night. I was so excited to have this darling picture  and started to recreate right away. It took me one whole day but it was worth it!! This picture is going to be the family treasure that we will enjoy looking over and over I bet. 🙂      Read More →

Finished size: 8inch x 7inch x 2inch Sources: Linen: Gray lien line Lecien & Moda fabric: Fat Quarter Shop Milk,Sugar and Flower: Penny Rose Fabric Thread: Aurifil Red dot canvas : Imported, printed in Japan. Embroidery Floss: DMC                Read More →

  I can’t stop making tote bags lately. With my Sewing Illustraion, they are so much fun and so many uses. I spent quite good amount of time to write this step-by-step tutorial. I hope you can make your own tote bag today. If you are scared of Sewing Illustraion, just use your favourite cotton prints or illustrated fabric. Or recycle your little one’s old cloth! Kids’ clothes always emboridered cute illustraions. I wonder why they don’t make same design for mama. 🙂     Again, I used my vey old sewing illustraion for the other side pocket. My 11year Caylin prefer this side. What’sRead More →