About Me

Hello and Thank you for your interest in my blog. Many of you reading this know me, but for those of you who don't, I will tell you a bit about myself. My name is Gwen and I live in New Hampshire. I love all things crafty (sewing and DIY) and have recently started baking as a result of my friends blog. In September 2011 I married my partner in crime Keith (aka - Kiki my King).  The last few years for Keith and I have been very busy. Between multiple moves, new jobs, the wedding and the purchase of our first home, there is NEVER a dull moment. We also keep busy with personal interests (Cheerleading/Hockey) and love to entertain family/friends for different holidays and events. 

Staying true to our super crazy and hectic lifestyles; in October 2012 Keith and I discovered that we were expecting our first child, and the first grandchild/niece or nephew for both of our families. This very exciting news is the main reason I decided to start this blog. With family and friends scattered all across the United States and as far as Singapore (love you Brian & Jasmine), this blog is the perfect way to share all things baby and more...

"Sew What" will host different sewing and craft projects that have kept my preggers brain occupied.

Thanks again for your interest. Please leave questions or comments below.

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  1. Love the blog!! Cannot wait to follow the bump! I guess I should take sewing lessons too haha xo

  2. I saw your pin interest about the T-shirt quilt. That is exactly what I had in my mind - all sports teams from MN for my nephew (sports buff) to hand behind his shelves of sports "treasures" on book shelves. How in the world do you do it? Or, If I send you the "squares" would you do it? Of course, I would pay you

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  4. Hi, Gwen!

    Do you make t-shirt quilts for others? I saw a photo of the quilt you made for your sister-in-law on Pinterest and I absolutely love it. I am a college student at Arizona State University and need something to do with the loads of t-shirts I have accumulated over the years.

    I have looked at t-shirt quilt companies online but haven't found one that makes the brick pattern instead of plain squares. I also love the stitching design over top of the t-shirts (not sure what this is called), and I haven't found a place that does that either.

    I have never quilted or sewed and would be worried to ruin all of my t-shirts if I attempted a DIY version of this.

    Please let me know if you are open to a business transaction.

    Suzanne Voas