Pivot: embracing growth, adaptation, and change In 2015 when I created Oxford Dogma, I was focused on designing and sewing accessories for dogs rooted in classic style and that solved problems for dog parents. It has been a remarkable experience for me! Getting to know people through a mutual love of our dogs is wonderful… Continue reading Changes to Oxford Dogma
This handy dog walking bag is a fun and easy project to sew. It's just big enough for the essentials, including a poo bag dispensing pocket. Makes a great gift!
The season for arts and crafts festivals in Phoenix is almost upon us, and I'm excited to be participating in a really great fair in April. Jackalope Art & Craft Fair happens twice a year in Colorado, California, and Phoenix (where I'll have a booth). They hand-select artisans, crafters, and DIY enthusiasts so that attendees can feel… Continue reading I’ll be at the Jackalope Art & Craft Fair in April
I'm excited about a new teaching arrangement that starts soon. In addition to teaching at one of my local quilt shops, 35th Ave Sew and Vac, I'm teaching sewing classes at TechShop Chandler starting this month. The first class is for a lined drawstring bag, a simple project that helps students feel more comfortable on the sewing machine… Continue reading Teaching how to sew a lined drawstring bag at TechShop Chandler, a maker space
There are many things I'm enthusiastic about in the new year, and near the top of the list is teaching. I've always loved learning, and now I get to share with others that awesome feeling of learning something new. My first class is a two-part workshop where students will learn how to design a one-of-a-kind… Continue reading Teaching a sewing class