Wednesday, September 8, 2010

All because she wanted a sewing machine!!

A little background.
This is by a young mom who really wanted to win a Serger Sewing Machine that was offered on another blog.  Along with her husband, they both wrote this song.  Her husband composed the music. She is not a professional singer but LOVE her VOICE.  And the is so SWEET, so beautiful.

I keep coming back to listen to it AGAIN, and I don't even know this woman.  

What talent.  How sweet that she brought it forward.

All because she was trying to win a sewing machine!  And SHE DID by the way. 

If you want to read more about her, you can visit her blog Here.

I wonder if she had seen this video, and perhaps she was inspired by it?


Richard said...

Very impressive...other than too much slack in her bobbin. That's now my favorite sewing song.

Jill said...

Richard~ I can always count on you for my laugh of the day!

grandmapeg said...

Richard has a great sense of humor!! I love reading his comments. I love this song and she has such a beautiful voice!!! No wonder you keep going back to it. I'm glad she won her serger.

Dad and Susan said...

Quite amazing. Pure, unadulterated, raw talent. Very sweet. Love, Dad and Susan

Refugee Crafter said...

I'm blushing! Thank you so much for your kind words!

And yes, I have seen that video and find President Uchtdorf's words very inspiring in all that I do. :)

Thank you again!

Kim said...

Wow! That is amazing. And what a beautiful voice! (And a talented husband, too - they make a good team) Of course I got a real kick out of it since I completely understand wanting something like that! :)
We're giving a serger and an embroidery machine away when our show starts next week! Maybe she'd do an encore! :)

Jill said...

I knew you would like this Kim! I wish Tabitha would make an album. I'd be the first in line to buy her music.

And Kim, I am so looking forward to your first episode of season #2 on The DIY Dish. I can't believe you are giving away ANOTHER sewing, and embroidery machine!

Richard said...

Tabitha is not pronouncing the brand correctly. It should be S-I-N-G-E-R.

Sue said...

Good for her! She is a darling girl.