100 Blogs

Cathy Ellsaesser How to, Monthly Events, Sewing blog, Sewing Blogger Tags: ,
gree chalkboard with blogging for 100 blogs

Well, we celebrate centennials, centuries, 100 episodes, etc., so why not celebrate Cathy the Blogger’s 100 blogs? We reached that milestone with our previous blog, What’s the Buzz? March Events at RMSV. Do you read our blogs? Well, since you’re reading this, we guess that means you do! For those of you who are new […]

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The mySewNet Blog on the PFAFF Icons

Cathy Ellsaesser Pfaff Sewing Machines, sewing, Sewing blog, Sewing tips Tags: , , , , ,

So, I have some blogging competition! Ha! I know I have a lot of blogging “competition”, but the one I want to talk about is the blog that is on the PFAFF Performance and Creative Icons. Of course, it’s not really competition at all. I love that right there, at my fingertips, while I’m at […]

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Make It Personal By Creating a Monogram: Part 2, Monogramming Software & Machines

Cathy Ellsaesser Bernina Sewing Machines, Brother Sewing Machines, embroidery, Monogramming, Pfaff Sewing Machines, Sewing blog, Sewing tips, software Tags: , , , , , , , , ,
Photo of Embroidery machine with monogrammed letter B in hoop and on the screen

In Creating a Monogram Part I, I provided some style guidelines for creating a monogram. With this blog, I will discuss using software and embroidery machines to create monograms. You’ll see how easy it is to “make it personal” with software and embroidery machines you can use to create monograms. At Rocky Mountain Sewing and Vacuum, we carry a […]

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New Sewing Blogger

Cathy Ellsaesser Sewing blog, Sewing Blogger Tags: , , ,
gree chalkboard with blogging for 100 blogs

We are pleased to announce our new sewing blogger for our website.  Cathy Ellsaesser has over 50 years of sewing experience. Her careers over the years have included working as a research scientist, information technology superintendent, and manager of leadership training and development. Throughout her career, though, she always made time to pursue her favorite pastime — sewing. […]

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