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- Still sorting through all the samples that recently came back from the last photoshoot for my new book How to Sew Sustainably 🪡 Note to self: do more of this as a break from all the thinky work!Yay I actually got my sewing machine out this afternoon!! In total I probably sewed about 10cm 😆 every stitch counted though as I was repairing this key case of partner's that originally belonged to his grandmother. Over the decades and through lots of recent use the sides had started to come apart. The leather is really soft and it gets a lot of use so we decided good strong machine stitching would be better than a visible hand sewn mend. Hopefully it now has decades more use in it 💚What's your go-to "pick up / put down" job to keep your hands busy and give your brain a rest?Leftover fabrics from Sewing Basics For Every Body now in a sample in How to Sew Sustainably! ⭕♻️
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She recently made the Roehampton Culottes from my book “A Beginner’s Guide to Making Skirts” and I instantly wanted to steal them! They’re so my style; Aimee’s chosen the kind of fabric I’d have gone for and wears them pretty much how I would choose to.
It was fairly unanimous; Sara’s gorgeous denim Fulwood dress won your vote for this month’s MIY Maker. What impresses me even more about this is that it’s Sara’s first ever dress! Quite a way to start your sewing journey.
Congratulations to Sara who can now choose her next MIY Collection sewing pattern for free and I’m waiting with baited breath to see Sara’s next few dressmaking projects.
Reckon you can be October’s MIY Maker? Post your makes using my patterns online and you might make the final 4. Full details of how to enter here.
I look forward to seeing your makes!