Friday, May 20, 2011

How I learned how to sew...

Hi everyone..thank you for all your lovely comments on my hooded dress.  It's so much fun to share my excitement over projects and to see your excitement too :)

Just want to do a quick post that I did a guest interview with the lovely Denise from the Blue Gardenia blog on how I learned how to sew.  Check it out here...

 My first ever finished object--A 1943 DuBarry blouse

12 comments:

  1. Wow, I thought that you have been sewing your whole life! So amazing, this gives me hope that maybe I can sew some day :D

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  2. Great interview! The 1933 dress and jacket are my favourite. Your photos are always so good too, is David a photographer?!

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  3. Great Debi! I like your interview :)
    I love your Valentine's red dress....so charming!


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  4. YAY BACKSTORY! i'm goin. and your dress is ever fabulous. i sigh when i see it at sew weekly... i sigh when i see it at the cafe meetup... it really never wrinkles, does it?

    and your plastered pajama comment sent me into a laughing fit!

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  5. I just found your blog via the Blue Gardenia. She has pointed me to some of my favorite sewing blogs. I can't wait to see what you'll make next. Thanks for sharing!

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  6. Hey, we started sewing at almost the same time! I signed up for sewing classes in September 2009 and finished my first garment (pajama pants with little owls on them!) in October. Your first garment is really impressive! Your love of sewing is totally infectious. I'm always my happiest when sewing.

    Do you ever come back to New York? It'd be so fun to have a meet-up! I don't live there anymore either, but it's where I'm from and go back all the time :)

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  7. Loved reading your interview. Your sewing is so professional. It's hard to believe you've only been sewing for a year and a half. You are very inspiring.

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  8. a lovely post, you really are just about every where at the moment! So lovely to know that everyone is a work in progress!

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  9. Beautiful blog, and you take me back to pics of my dear mum during the War in England, such pretty outfits - well done :)

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