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Category Archives: What I’ve Made

Make Your Own Vera Aveline

posted on 04/23/2014, by

What i Made: Vera Aveline

posted on 04/20/2014, by

Hot, sticky and sweaty – those days when you want to go commando on top and bottom are coming (I’m assuming you live on my side of the equator). Heat waves where I live, Philly, are brutal. A steam bath is the term thrown around when it gets into triple digits and the term is  Continue Reading »

What i Made: Cora Gwendolyn

posted on 03/23/2014, by

Numero uno didn’t work out, and neither did numero dos, but let me tell you, numero tres is a stunner. Margheritas for everyone! This project started about 6 months ago, specifically when I drove to Quakertown to interview Susan. After she talked through her life and sewing experiences, we ended our meet-up with a perquisition  Continue Reading »

What i Made: A Very Little Black Dress

posted on 01/20/2014, by

You know what is great about New Years Eve and Day? For the most part, everything and everyone stops. Except for restaurants, CVS, and a few other stores, all businesses are closed. Even the internet and blogs go quiet as people recover and recoup for the previous night and year. For those who adopt a  Continue Reading »















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      Congratulations to ERIN for being nominated for next season's Project Sewn!

       

      What kind of fabric shopper are you? JENNY AND LAUREN ask this very question. Let's discuss!

       

      I'm so jealous I can't make it, but SONJA, MARCE, AND JENNIFER are hosting a Manhattan pop-up studio. If you're in town or live around the area, this is a great way to spend a Saturday afternoon (believe me, Sonja + Marce + Jennifer = a good time!)

       

      Congratulations to GERTIE on the success of her inaugural Beacon Sewing Retreat

       

      RACHEL is a vision wearing her newest make, the Betty Dress. She's offering a giveaway, so hurry on over to enter!

       

      Do you come from a long lineage of sewers, or are you the only one is your family who knows more than how to sew a button (that's me) TASIA asks this and reflects on her own past

       

      Do you come from a long lineage of sewers, or are you the only one is your family who knows more than how to sew a button (that's me)? TASIA asks this and reflects on her own past

       

      MORGAN takes another stab at yokes and gathers.

       

      A tattoo and lots of fabric later, CLAIRE recaps her recent trip to NYC (she's one rad Brit).