Last night, I got back in the sewing saddle. One of the amazing perks of my school is that we have an entire center designed to encourage student creativity, design, and awesomeness. Part of that is a sewing center. I'd share their cool names, but I think that would make everything too google-friendly. In the sewing center, we have commercial sewing machines (so nice) and a serger. I'd never used a serger before, and the machines made me a little nervous, so I headed in to get some lessons from the assistant director of the center.
I'm hoping to make several things for our baby, including a bunch of reusable wipes, burp clothes, and whatever else strikes my fancy. I'd ultimately like to make a quilt, and I'm slowly working my way up to that. Last night, I also learned how to use the rotary cutter.
Here's the finished product. After learning one, the second one went way quicker!
I'm really looking forward to what I can make going forward. These tools are smooth and so easy to use. I was nervous before going in, and the commercial sewing machines make everything so much easier than my home machine. I think I might need to make another fabric store run, because my little stash will go quick.