Welcome to SewGoCreate–previewing the website!

Weekly Chat

Greetings to my new followers!! Thanks so much for your interest!


Look for sales and coupons for my followers as a thank-you!  I’ll also add a page of sewing tips when I have time, so keeping watching. 


Thanks for joining me!  I’m sew excited to start sharing my tips and selling inexpensive and usually very easy digital quilting and sewing patterns.  I hope to keep up a weekly chat.   (No way will I annoy you with a blog every day!) I give simple instructions and shortcuts for quilts, wall hangings, throws, runners, also skirts, decorated sweatshirts, platter pads, aprons, totes, appliques, and small gift items, with occasional free patterns, such as the traditional Apple Core quilt.  Stay tuned!

“Well begun is half done”–Aristotle–is quoted often by my husband, and I really hope it’s the case!  Wish me luck in 2019, everyone.  Follow me if you want to see the updates!

Libby Christensen of Christensen Creations

 

4 thoughts on “Welcome to SewGoCreate–previewing the website!”

  1. I have seen some of your creations as a finished product and they are gorgeous. I’m looking forward to the launch of your website.
    Sak Sad

  2. I think I may have some of your original photos of Germany that I purchased at an auction from years back! I was doing some research and found an article recently published on the ECAG website. There are three of the Berlin Wall and three of Germany’s beautiful countryside. Amazing photos!!

    1. QUITE possible! I sold many photos of the Berlin Wall because I had a good friend who lived in Berlin–I visited her 5 times, some before the wall and some after it was down. I sold a lot at Ramstein Air Base when my husband and I lived in Landstuhl, Germany, in the 90’s. Later I sold a few in Tennessee and in Alabama. How exciting that you found me through the Elmore County Art Guild website. I’ve been a member for 15 years or so, also VP, Sec. and Treasurer at various times. Right now I’m concentrating on my sewing/quilting designs, but I’ve won over 60 awards for photography and recently gotten awards for photo quilts. I need to pull out some of my photos from Europe and scan them to make them digital, then figure out a good way to sell them on line. Thanks so much for the encouragement!

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