My name is Heather, and I've been called Heather Feather since childhood. I'm a wife, mother, and seamstress.I love sewing for myself, my kids, and occasionally my husband. Sewing gives me something different everyday that can't be undone. I'm currently working on a minimalist and handmade wardrobe.
I am also paid to write for Megan Nielsen's Design Diary and DIY Maternity. For a short time I also wrote for the Craftsy blog.
We are also members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. You can read how I feel about it here. I really do love creating and am grateful to God for that wonderful gift.
Bloggers and websites may not repost my blog content without my permission. My tutorials belong to me and are my intellectual property. I've spent countless hours creating these projects. Please be respectful.
HOWEVER, linking to my project is encouraged! Those who link to a project of mine can use one or two photos and link each photo back to that specific post.
What sewing machine do you use?
My sewing machine is a Bernina-Aurora 430. It's the machine I used during college and when they sold the used ones for a discount price, I snagged one for myself. I use this baby at least an hour a day if not more, and it has never given me any problems. There are some quilting features on it that I don't use, but I have loved this faithful machine. I'm pretty sure I can use this one my whole life and probably pass it down to my kids.
My serger is a Brother 1034D*. It was a surprise from my husband, and it has been completely amazing. I really don't know how I sewed without a serger. It's user friendly, and it can do lots of different things.
I use a Nikon D3100*. I don't know much about DSLR or photography, so I learn something new every time I use it.
Two things you can't live without:
-I always wear scissors on a ribbon around my neck. Many times I find the scissors hanging around my neck after I've been walking around a store or when I answer the door.
-Tailor's Chalk*. A lifesaver! This stuff shows up on everything and disappears with just a little bit of steam. I use it on virtually every project I do.