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Hey, makers! This week is all about making the pajamas of my dreams for me.  I posted this picture on Instagram of my fabric choices for the project, and I could not be more excited about how it looks so far!  The pants are going to be made from the Mesa Lawn and the top is […]

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Ahhh the Emerson and Ogden – truly a match made in heaven! Today is an exciting post because Kelli and I are doing a little pattern swap!  Kelli is the amazing designer behind True Bias Patterns, of which I am a huge fan.  I have made almost all of her designs and love her effortlessly ...

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Happy Wednesday, makers!  My sew-jo is going strong these days since my refashioners success.  I want to make ALL the things before my trip to New York in October. I’ve also begun work on my next pattern and I am SO excited to share it with you all soon. Making the samples has been really ...

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Happy Wednesday!  Thank you so much for all the awesome feedback about the Wednesday Weekly last week.  The feedback form is still open, if you didn’t get a chance to offer your thoughts. Everything said was so encouraging and positive, which was wonderful to hear.  The main suggestion was to ...

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Happy September!  Since I reached 50 Wednesday Weekly’s last week, I’ve been thinking about this little sewing round-up and how I can make it even better for you as a reader. If you are able, please answer a few quick questions to help me learn what makes the Wednesday Weekly work ...

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One of the things that has become apparent to me while constructing my me-made wardrobe is that I am lacking basic tops to pair with my me-made bottoms!  I have made some tops, but they have all been in fun prints and colours, making it difficult to pair them with my bottoms (also in fun prints ...

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50 Wednesday Weeklys!  Thank you all so much for reading these round-ups and supporting this indie sewing report! I love putting it together and it is really nice to see that you all enjoy reading it and exploring the links.  I look forward to continuing on, here’s to another 50! ...

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