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- There's a new MIY Collection pattern in my shop and for now it's a freebie! It might not be free forever, just saying 😉 It's the Brocco Baby Sleeping Bag, it comes in 3 sizes and is designed for knits. Perfect for all those new arrivals and precious little bundles of joy in your life. I'm glad they're in yours and not in mine 😂😂👶👶 Enjoy!! ➡️ just choose the "patterns/books/tools" option when you click the link in my profile and you'll find it in my shop ⬅️ #broccobabybag #miybroccoI did a few more stitches on this on Friday. I quite like the back too. It's one of my dry stone wall screen prints that I did with @cath_bristow_prints at @screenartscreenprinting last summer. ....... What do you do when you fancy a bit of hand sewing??Yesterday I was left in charge @sew_in_the_city 😆 This will be a regular Friday thing. If you want to come down and say hello, chat sewing, buy some lovely fabric (look at those lush stripes) we're at 771 Abbeydale Rd. ✂️✂️ You can even book a 2hr sewing class with me between 11am and 1pm. See Sew In The City's website for details ✂️✂️ Wearing: cropped Derwent trousers and Peak t-shirt from my last book Beginner's Guide to Sewing With Knitted Fabrics because the sun came out!! 🌞🌞 have you managed to wear any of your summer makes yet???Lovely class last night @sew_in_the_city in Sheffield. Watch this space later in the week for exciting news about new sewing classes with me in Sheffield 🙊✂️✂️ Here are my super keen students concentrating on their seam and hem samples. 🤓
Tag Archives: use your stash
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.