Intermediate sewing workshop registration is now open. If you have taken our beginner workshop, then this would be the next step for your sewing adventure. The class is also great for the individual that is already familiar with their machine and has sewn a little bit but wants to learn more.
The past year has been a great first year. We started out with the concept of upcyling something used into something new and ended the year making purses, scarves and clutches. December was filled with lots of holiday orders. We had planned to get through the holidays and then focus on some new designs, but to our surprise, we are even busier now than ever!
What is keeping us so busy? We are making custom window treatments, specializing in roman blinds. Window treatments are very time consuming because all measurements have to be precise. If they are off by even a little bit the fabric could lay crocked. Yikes!
I love this material.
Roman shades I made for my dinning room.
Here we are working away..........
Cutting the muslin.
Pinning the edges
Sewing the curtains
Let us know if you would like to spruce up your windows. We are available to anyone in the Cincinnati or tri-state areas.
Don't forget to register for the sewing workshop on Saturday January 29th. We still have a couple of spaces left.
Why Purdy Everyday? Okay, it really stands for "pretty unique recycled designs everyday". The short answer is that we like Purdy things. Our mission is to create unique re-purposed items for our local friends and provide cool DIY projects for our fans. We sell our wears at Market Side Mercantile in Northside, Ohio, and various crafting events in Cincinnati. We are fabulous at creating custom bags, purses, aprons, scarves...The list is endless. We love to hear from our fans, so leave us a comment or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
"Your work is to discover your world and then with all your heart give yourself to it." -Buddha "Happiness is a butterfly, which when pursued is just out of grasp...but if you will sit quietly, may alight upon you. -Nathaniel Hawthorne