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Oh là là, j'adoooore!

Maison Sajou?lovingly recreates (and updates) antique tools and notions for today's stitchers to enjoy! Their products are made entirely in France, often re-creating historical pieces with a new twist.

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I have been writhing with want over their extensive catalog for years and just couldn't take it any more. I had to get these goods for you. Their créatrice is Mme. Frédérique Crestin-Billetvintage cushion covers, a passionate collector and historian of needlework?tools, fabrics, notions and advertising?ephemera. Don't miss her fabulous book, where you'll see many examples of the tools she's made newly available again today.

Marie Antoinette would approve...

We'll be adding many more items from Sajou very soon (we're unpacking this shipment as fast as we can). But, you might want to snag these thread bobbins before they disappear...or just forward the link to your Santa.

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If you are new to sewing, some of the terminology can be confusing. Doesn't "bolt" mean to run away? Cutting something on the "bias" just sounds offensive. And, "feed dogs" seems more like a command than a sewing machine part. Trying to understand exactly what the various terms mean, how they work, and especially when to use them may seem daunting. But, as you learn each one, they'll become commonplace, and soon "nap" will mean more than dropping off for a little snooze. Today, we meet: understitching, which is not a seam done in a sneaky or under-handed manner and/or by Underdog. Read on to find out what it really is.

We’ve checked out A LOT of d-i-y shipping pallet furniture, and have been contemplating possibilities for plywood shelving with unfinished edges. Today we realized the simple key to keeping these recycled wood creations from bordering on “granola” and making them more stylish: paint them. White is always reliable (dig this white-painted coffee table), but black or dark gray can do wonders. Apart’s black sofa made (carefully) of shipping pallet wood and painted black is a great example of the possibilities, even in rougher iterations:

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