Feeling Better

 I’m feeling better now!

This is the first time I’m using my phone as a lot easier than working on my laptop.  I don’t have the flu no more so I feel so much better now.  I just download iMovie app for the first time today and I’m like let me get this a try and see how that works for me because I use Final Cut Pro on my laptop and is just time consuming so I’m hoping that the iMovie will be  A lot quicker to do certain videos.  I’m bored with my art YouTube Channel.  iMovie does not work on my laptop know more when I use iMovie on my laptop it crash I don’t know why but I’m OK with Final Cut Pro so it’s not a big deal.  I wish I could change the name on my art you to channel but I can’t I’m stuck with it but I’m going to do different things on my YouTube channel, the problem is I never was told I how to paint by the way I’m not going to tutorials teaching people how to paint because I don’t know how to paint.  But I want to have fun with it and if I have fun with it then I’ll upload more videos.


Video vlog @ youtube

My video vlog at youtube

I have been spending most my time doing vlog and I am burnout, I have the flu right now, once I feel better I’m going to back to vloging again. Y’all can click on my youtube channel and see up I have been up to and I have so much ideas in my head sometime I want to put it all @ once.

Here my 3 youtube channel, I will be working on two more youtube channels when I’m more organize.





My Online Store

Online Clothing Store

For some time I had not set up the store until now, and now I feel it is time to start making products, I handmade only 3 handbags right now on my shop and I wanted to take it to the next level and start making more items to sell but I don’t know what to make but I’m going to keep it simple and not overwhelm myself with too much ideas. I want to take time and focus on making things now try to do has much as maybe 100 items. My online store look a little empty right now. So, I will keep you post and let you see what going on.

online clothing store


How to use a lace or tape foot on a serge

Lace foot or Tape foot

There are opinions using what some called a lace foot or tape foot. Using this tape of foot allow you to create small heirlooms stitch, sewing lace and trims to your garments. With the easy guide of this lace foot, you can perfectly place lace or ribbon on your garment. You can use cover stitch, double and triple stitch when placing the ribbon. This is the best methods how to use a lace or tape foot on a serge that I know.



My website


I have been working on my websites, I have four websites and four youtube channel, I’m currently working on 3 youtube channels and four website. I wish I can put a post everyday and upload a video everyday but it’s hard to for me to find the time. I have so much going on with my personal life. I’m self-taught with websites and film editing. I only now how to use iMovie for now but I will love to master final cut pro. Wish I had more time to post and do the websites because it’s fun. So, I’m frustrated! But, I’m trying to be patient. Hummmm…………. take Deep breaths. Here are some of my websites if you’re interesting in checking out, Fashion Designer Diary is information website; when I started since 2010. In 2014 I started How to draw anything website, which it just show you how to draw. I just did the finish touches on my website where I’m going to start selling things online called Shamiso Ayano which mean superwoman and design in African and Japanese. It took me two years to learn dreamweaver, which i must say one the most hardest art design software that I every learn. Once you learn it, it is most amazing tool to use. So you can check out my website on the highlighted word. Until next time.


Remolding my apartment

New Apartment

Right now, I’m remolding my apartment, to make it more functional. It’s a two bedroom apartment with me and my three kids. My kids are get older, so I got to change there bedroom, I got to do a lot of work and at much as little cost. All three of my kids is sharing one bedroom. Once I’m done I will show, and put up pictures before and after and videos. I will put up more tutorial videos in the future but right now I’m trying organize my space. I bought furniture from Walmart and Ikea because it was the cheapest and nicest, furniture I can find for that price. So, I’m just doing a quick update, I can wait to start showing more tutorial, I will be doing more video on sewing projects, draping, pattern making and a lot of DIY project. Bye for now.


How to use a blind hem foot

Blind Hem Foot on a Serge

“Blind Hem Foot
Hemming is the forté of the blind hem foot, but it can also be used to add some creative accents as in decorative flatlocking. The blind hem foot allows you to precisely guide the fabric so rows of flatlocking remain absolutely straight.
Stitch: 2- or 3-Thread Flatlock
Needle: Right
Width: Normal
Length: 4 mm
Differential Feed: Normal to 1.3
Blade Position: Unlocked (engaged)
Subsidiary Looper: Engaged for 2-Thread Flatlock Only
Presser Foot: Blind Hem Foot”

“ Fold hem to the wrong side of the fabric and pin in place, pinning parallel and close to the fold.
2 Fold the fabric back on itself, leaving at least ¼” of the hem extending beyond the fold.

“3 Place the fold of the hem under the foot and begin sewing, barely catching the fold with the needle and trimming the extending hem.
4 The adjustable guide to the right of the foot is essential in determining “bite” of the stitch. Adjust guide on the foot by loosening the screw and sliding the guide left or right, moving the guide closer to or farther away from the needle. If too much thread shows on the right side of the garment, move the guide farther away from the needle (to the right). If the needle thread doesn’t catch the hem, move the guide closer to the needle (to the left). A simple adjustment for fantastic results!
5 Pull stitches flat and press when hem is complete.


How to used the beading foot

Beading foot on a serger

First you want your stitch to be 3-Thread Rolled Edge
The needle should be position: Right
Width should be: Narrow
Rolled Hem length can be: 2 mm to 4 mm (varies with size of beads or braid)
Differential Feed is: .06 to Normal
Blade Position: Locked or Unlocked
Presser Foot: Beading Foot
Make sure to leave a 1″ to 2″ tail behind the presser foot so you have something to hold on to.