Monday, June 17, 2013

Frock to the Future


My 1940 McCall Project was featured yesterday in the Sunday Mail (Scotland's best selling newspaper) with the best captions ever.  How fun is that?  It came completely as a surprise when they contacted me and I had so much fun talking to them about the project :-)

48 comments:

  1. How exciting! I'm very envious of your gorgeous 40s dresses :-)

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  2. Sewing stardom!! Go you good thing, this is totally awesome!

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  3. Congratulations! How wonderful is that!

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  4. That is awesome! Such a great caption haha

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  5. Oooh how cool is that! Congratulations.

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  6. Well done, you deserve some public recognition for your amazing skills!

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  7. Congrats! That's very cool!!

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  8. Congratulations! You deserve all the accolades that can be given.

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  9. How cool is THAT then? :) What a fabulous article- and how fun to be recognised so :)

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  10. how cool! the sunday mail is a big paper! just goes to show that sewing really is a "thing"! well done.

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  11. Major two thumbs up, Debi!!!

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  12. OMGosh!! Sunday Mail is a huge paper!! Congratulations! It is well-deserved! :)

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  13. oh my gosh that is so fantastic and you look so great!!!

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  14. How exciting! Congratulations!

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  15. oh wow, how exciting! I wish I had bought that paper now.... Good on you!

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  16. How neat is that! I remember reading that publication when I was there...so exciting that you're in it!

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  17. FANTASTIC!!! SO EXCITED FOR YOU!!

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  18. great tribute to all your hard work - wonderful

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  19. Congratulations, Debi!!!
    Wonderful article, richly deserved. Am bummed I can't locate text online, to read article.
    D'el

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  20. That. Is. AWESOME. Congrats, girl!!!!!

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  21. Thank you SO much for all your amazing comments! Makes super excited all over again!!

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  22. Wow, that's so awesome! Congratulations! And yes, those are the best captions ever :)
    -Emily

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  23. What the WHAT?!?! Well we all knew you rocked, but now the rest of Scotland knows it too! Love ya! Congrats, you totally deserve this!

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  24. So excited for you! Congratulations.

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  25. Congratulations! What a fantastic write up! Now you're famous in print and online. :)

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  26. This is so cool! You rock that spread :)

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  27. Debi, that is so awesome! You are such an inspiration.

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  28. That is awesome! They had a great idea and it is a fun read - I bet this is a popular piece!

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  29. OMG that's so cool!!!! I hope the article inspires more people to get into vintage sewing :)

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  30. How flipping awesome! Congrats!

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  31. Wow, congratulations! Now, THAT is some news worth reading!

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  32. Congratulations! That's awesome!

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  33. YOWAZA debi! and that caption is killing me! can we get some close ups of the article for us out-of-towners??

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  34. That is soo amazing, it must have been lovely to share what you are doing and hopefully to inspire some more people to take up sewing. Congratulations x

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  35. Holy cow that is SO COOL!! And I love all the captions and the headline. How utterly fantastic, congrats!!

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  36. I love the headline! Well done it looks amazing.

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  37. Amazing!! I love this, you are awesome. And the captions -- the best!

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  38. Congratulations!!! They couldn't have picked a more talented vintage seamstress to profile!!

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  39. How cool is that?! Brilliant news Debi, congratulations! And very well deserved!

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  40. Wow Debi I'm so impressed with that article on you in the paper this is just wonderful others can discovery your talent. I'm here catching up on blogs. During a summer in Alaska we don't do as much blogging as our summers are a flash in the pan and we have to be into them day and night (which there is not much of by the wayt, the night). So I'm out and about and not sewing quite as much as our long winters. Actually Friday I'm going to sew with my student she is also taking the summer off but wanted to come by and sew one day. Take Care Nan

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I read each and every comment--thank you so much!

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