Someone once told me that once I’m back to work from maternity leave, it’s all about balancing between work and home. It scares me just thinking about how I’m going to make work/family/life and everything else work once maternity leave ends next month. I hardly have time away by myself without feeling guilty for leaving S behind and am constantly having him by my side.
Let’s talk about sewing tools a beginner should have in this part of the series.
Now I attempt to look back and share the 10 things I wished I’ll have known. Oh but you know every pregnancy is different so I hope you just find this a good read. 🙂
I first started learning sewing on my mother’s sewing machine and as a beginner, I had plenty of fears. No doubt sewing brought me much joy as I look back at all the things I’ve made but I also remembered how daunting it was when I first started out.
This has prompted me to start this little series as we tackle beginner sewing.
So by writing this series, I’ll like to encourage fellow beginner sewing friends that while the start can be daunting, it is a process and a journey worth embarking on.
Happy New Year friends.
2014 has been a year of change. There were many times I wanted to throw the towel in and raise the white flag; it has certainly been overwhelming at times. But it has also been a year of new beginnings and all sorts of awesomeness. I became a wife and a mom. 2014 is going to be pretty hard to top.
December being one of my favourite month and one month away from the New Year is always a good time for reflections.
It’s with God’s grace that there is much for me to be thankful for this year. To God be the glory!
Margot Pajamas from Tilly and the button’s Love at First Stitch book
After spending nine months in the womb, we try to get baby to be accustomed to the outside world and this is why swaddles are so important.
A jacket is by far my most ambitious make.