When I was a little girl my mom made me Easter dresses. As I got older I remember this sewing machine siting around collecting dust, and man that thing was heavy. I followed suite and have had my sewing machine for almost 8 years. It was dusty, rusty, and a headache to thread. I'm so glad that cycle has been broken. I want to teach my girls (and boys) all the craftsy things I wanted to learn e.g. crochet, sewing, painting, drawings, etc. My mom was a single mother who worked 2 full time jobs so time wasn't always on her side. She did pass down a creative gene and the legacy will live on.
HOMEmomMADE will feature clothes for kids that moms want to make. If time isn't on your side. Plus I may be changing the content of this blog. Same great tutes and tips on how to better home life. I don't know much about my great grandmother but my mom and her mom both worked outside the home. I'm a first generational stay at home mom and homeschooler. A lot of what I do is self taught, so I'll be sharing more of my journey in those areas for others like me.