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Like Mother, Like Daughter



We knew that Maeve+Sewing Machine was more of a when rather than an if.

When is now (well, Saturday).

Which is good because she spent most of this afternoon trying steal acquire some of my fabric so she could design a quilt for Barbie so she could then direct me what to sew where.

I tested it out tonight and it totally rocks for such a little machine. Biggest plus for this particular model?  Speed control.  A necessity when it comes to 6-year-olds and motor-driven needles.

6 thoughts on “Like Mother, Like Daughter”

  1. Becky says:

    oh, how exciting. I’m looking forward to teaching my daughter too. Have a blast.

  2. Joanna says:

    YAY YAY YAY!! What an AWESOME present! How fantastic for you; you’ll even have someone to share the sewing room! 🙂

  3. Barb Colvin says:

    Hooray for Maeve!

  4. Dana Carlton says:

    I have that exact machine set up for my daughter. It is wonderful to use. She has taken it with her to two classes and has sewn many things on it. You will both love it.

  5. Tiffany says:

    that’s so exciting!!!! i can just see the memories being made now! she’s going to love it!

  6. Mandee says:

    Oh my gosh! SO CUTE! I hope you post pics of her little projects! I would love to see them!

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