I learned to sew about the same time I learned to write my ABC's. Like most kids, I was a sponge and any kind of project my grandmother put into my hands was soon figured out and shortly after that, filled itself into some sort of magical muscle memory that always comes back when I call it forward.
I took my sewing machine off it's high shelf, plugged it in, pulled out my scrap fabric and just started having fun. As soon as the material was underneath the needle, I reverted to the tiny blonde girl with pigtails and big glasses in my grandmother's sewing room. I was creating to create; that is and has obviously always been my definition of fun.
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