Introducing ~ Amy

on December 29 | in Contributors | by | with 6 Comments

From Beth: Amy was excited to try her hand at the Schoolhouse Tunic from Sew Liberated and she made a lovely version. Her pattern review is coming up next, but first take a few minutes to look at Amy’s Vintage Fern blog. She’s also having an end-of-the-year sale in her shop so be sure to look around!

From Amy: Ever since I was little I have always had to be doing something crafty. I learned how to sew at about 11 or 12 years old, sewing things here and there. It wasn’t really until about 3 years ago that I really got into sewing, as soon as I quit my full time job (as a cake decorator) to be a stay at home Mom; I needed something to keep me busy. I started making things for myself and people would tell me I needed to sell them. So I started making things to sell and now that and taking care of my three beautiful daughters keeps me super busy, but I love it! My etsy shop is at and I blog at

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6 Responses to Introducing ~ Amy

  1. becky says:

    i am amy’s neighbor!! so lucky i know. She is so sweet and makes the best thing. We swap our goods and i always end up with the better end. 🙂

  2. Jessie says:

    Hi Amy!! I’d love to try that tunic, too – can’t wait to see your review!! xo

  3. ~Helena~ says:

    Howdy Amy.

  4. Amanda Shuler says:

    Wow! I think we must have parallel lives!! I am a part-time architect that also has my own cake decorating/baking co. on the side! I love to sew and also learned around 11 or 12 years of age! I’ve always needed to have something crafty to work on and started sewing about a year ago for my two little girls (ages 3 and 1)!! I absolutely love to sew for them and just ordered my first pattern to sew for myself! Can’t wait to read your review!!

  5. Lorrie says:

    Welcome Amy. I just spent a few minutes at your blog and am looking forward to reading more.


  6. SO strange……..I just purchased a purse from Amy’s shop not 2 seconds before I read this blog post……crazy!! She has some very neat things and I LOVE her blog!! Looking forward to the pattern review.

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