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- When you realise you spent the 1st photoshoot for your new book wearing a new dress made from your last book 😆 #peaktshirt dress hack with pieced yoke using offcuts from many other projects. Maybe I should chop it up and use it in the next book?! ✂️The hard work and fabulous team behind a photoshoot ❤ thanks dreamteam for getting book 4 off to a fabulous start!Activewear or Loungewear for today's #sewphotohop - it's all about how you wear it darling 😉 Pictured: activewear / loungewear / athleisure / sportswear pieces from my latest book Beginner's Guide to Sewing With Knitted Fabrics published by @makeetcbooks 📸 by @julianwardphoto#secretsewing on location today, you probably guessed already but book 4 is go!! We're shooting the 1st projects today @copperdollarstudios 📸 Here's wonder stylist Nel working her magic on the gorgeous @mariandk09
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For the last 3 months I’ve been talking about how to use your leftover fabric scraps, organising and de-cluttering your fabric stash and how to pair your newly organised fabrics and patterns into winning combinations. The last of this mini series is all about planning your projects; to make best use of your time, to avoid stressful sewing and to improve your skills and knowledge.
For the last 2 months I’ve been talking about how to use and organise your leftover scrap fabrics and your fabric stash. So now you have a beautifully edited and organised stash of fabric, but no doubt you also have a pattern stash?! Here are my tips for how to streamline and organise your pattern collection and a quick guide for teaming fabrics with patterns.