November 2011

How to Take Apart a Skirt

Whether you purchase a second-hand skirt because you love the fabric or you have a skirt in your closet that you no longer wear but adore the fabric, there are […]

Go Gingham: Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving!  I hope you’re enjoying a day of family, friends, giving thanks, and traditions both old and new.  We’re hosting Thanksgiving at our house this year and getting everything […]

Frugality: Don't forget the big picture

As usual, when I start to write a post about budgeting every month, I think why do I do it? Why don’t I just delete the whole category of “budgeting” […]

Harry and David Gift Basket Winner

The winner of the Harry and David Classic Holiday Tower of Treats is…  Elisabeth!!  Congratulations! Please e-mail me at Sara at Go Gingham dot com so that we may ship […]

Mitered Cloth Napkins for Thanksgiving

I love setting a pretty table for Thanksgiving.  Several years ago, I sewed a table-cloth for our Thanksgiving table.  It was inspired by a quilt I made for my son […]

Thanksgiving table-cloth

Whenever I learn a new sewing technique (read “trick”) I try to implement it in other areas.  I also like to sew table-cloths or coverings for seasonal decorating that can […]

Harry and David Gift Basket Giveaway

Dear Readers, Harry and David has a special gift for readers of Go Gingham – this lovely gift basket – The Classic Holiday Tower of Treats!  All you need to […]

Time For Cooking Thyme

I was invited to attend a class recently that really aligns with my way of thinking.  Being an advocate of cooking at home and slowing down to enjoy the food […]

How Is It That

…when we go to the beach in Oregon in November, we have nicer weather than during the summer?

Finding Inspiration for a Bathroom Re-Do

We’re planning to re-do our bathroom soon.  I’m using that term “re-do” rather loosely.  We “re-did” our bathroom 13 years ago prior to our daughter’s baptism.  We had family coming […]