Category: Jenny’s Sewing Projects

Updates on the Irish Chain lesson and Tee shirt Quilts at Jenny’s

I hope you enjoyed my lesson on how to start the Irish Chain baby quilt. I have updated the instructions to include a lesson on making block #2 and assembly of the quilt. My next lesson will show how the borders were made and applied. The Irish Chain has been a challenging project, especially when […]

Irish Chain quilt

If you are like me, I am tried of cleaning closets, washing windows and curtains and doing gardening and making face masks during this Covid 19 isolation. I thought the quilters from Jenny’s Sewing Studio Lap Quilting groups and my customers might like a sewing challenge. I have been working on the Irish Chain quilt […]

Face mask from St Luke’s Hospital

Here is a you tube video on how to make a face mask with a Hepa filter.  Here is a link to the pattern. If you would like to mail your masks check with the local hospital or to either of the address below. send them to: Completed Masks Enclose completed masks in a closed […]


I thought I would share a few links I saw on making facemasks. I hope everyone is staying safe. It is a great time to enjoy your sewing machine.    

What is New at Jenny’s Sewing Studio for September 2019

Hello and welcome to September!  At Jenny’s Sewing Studio I have been busy preparing new products for you to check out at our new Woo Commerce shop. The web site is still going through changes and I am taking a refresher class at Wor-Wic tech this Fall to update some of my web editing skills. […]

Happy 4th of July

I wanted to share a quick project with you to help celebrate the upcoming holiday!  The project was done using a serger wide flat lock to put together red white and blue strips of fabric to form a flag wall hanging. The flatlock is created by tightening the lower looper tension and loosing the needle […]

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