One day I decided to incorporate both skills in my very first project I tackled; a king sized quilt for my husband. Little did I know that I really had no clue what I was doing, but I had the time of my life. After struggling for a while, I machine pieced it (created my individual panels), then sent it “out” to someone else to be quilted. By the conclusion of this project, I was hooked and decided that I wanted to be able to do it all on my own, cutting, piecing, quilting and binding.
I began to sew every day and loved it. From quilts, beach blankets, totes, and more, I get to spend all my time “playing” for work. It’s a fabulous life.
It’s often been said that each journey takes a different path, which is how Sew Senoia came to be. I hope you will take a journey with me and find the magic, and fulfillment, that comes in every turn in the road;
I know I will.
Welcome to Sew Senoia!
In my early twenties, I began sewing as a way to spend more time with my mom, June, who was always doing something with her sewing machine; both very creative and productive. This has been a family tradition passed down, having also learned from my grandmothers, who both sewed. My maternal grandmother was an army wife who learned to hand piece, as well as, hand quilt all of her projects, while my paternal grandmother was a seamstress who supplemented the family income by sewing a garment a day.