It is Wednesday again...and time to Raise Your E-Notion IQ! Every time I go to a class or retreat I take my Scrap-Ma Bob Clamp On Holder for Beverage and Scraps.
The Scrap-Ma Bob is a sturdy clamp on holder where I rest my drinks and I also have a reusable bag for my trash. It helps eliminate clutter and potential accidents (oh please don't spill your drinks on your sewing machine or fabrics...yikes). The Scrap-Ma Bob clamps to the edge of most flat surfaces and is designed to hold a 32 oz cup or mug. They are great for quilting, sewing, paper crafting, playing cards and table top games.
If you are looking for a great gift for a friend or family member...perhaps yourself...you may want to consider a Scrap-Ma-Bob. Now, if you are the kind of person who does not want a beverage holder and scrap bag named "Bob" you can just feel free to call her, "Scrap-Ma Betty."
Check out this fantastic pattern, Shirt Tales 1 by Jill Mead (Rag Merchant).Far Flung Quilts, wearing Shirt Tales 1. I was instantly focused on Carolyn's shirt when I saw her recently. The fabric strips are batiks and each strip has a different stitch from her sewing machine.
Isn't this just the cats meow? Shirt Tales 1 can be made in any of your favorite combinations of fabrics. Think of all the possibilities. You can even make your own covered buttons for the back if you like. I think these shirts would make a wonderful gift too. I know I would love one for Thanksgiving or Christmas. Perhaps just one for fall and one for winter. I told you the possibilities are limitless! LOL...how about one for my birthday :)
Most of us have several stitches on our sewing machines we never use. This would be a perfect opportunity to use all of the stitches or if you prefer, just your favorite stitches.
Have a wonderful Wednesday!