We’re going to see in a minute what these other 5 great women, sewers and bloggers has created with this uber-versatile pattern!
I have to say that I “know” some of them from the very beginning of my blogging journey and, despite living at the opposite corners of the world, I feel like we were schoolmates or something like this (I consider some of them part of my family, but don’t tell’em… shhhh …. they may think I’m slightly mad!).
By the way: same suggestion as yesterday… follow them all, using links provided after each profile: they’re gorgeous!
In no particular order:
Lisa Neri is a lover of all things sewn and all things ecologically-friendly, and combines the two, publishing refashioning and upcycling tutorials on her blog Cucicucicoo: Ecological Living.
She sews washable cloth products which are available in her Etsy shop and is currently preparing eco-friendly sewing patterns, which will be available soon.
Hi, I am Melissa, SAHM to 5 kids ages 3-12, and I blog and create for my sanity.
I consider myself slightly punk rock, but really I am just a rebel and like to do things that please me, my eye and my family.
This all shows in my style, because I have no label so my items can be pretty dark, or extremely trendy.
Follow her here:
FB – Pinterest – IG – Bloglovin’
Deanna is the blogger/designer behind sewmccool.com and Birdsong Patterns.
Hi, We are Al and Scary! We are the youngest two of the Shaffer Sisters trio.
We love cooking with butter & cream, watching our kids play, relaxing with friends, and talking over sewing projects.
Growing up we were always referred to our family as “the girls” and were nearly inseparable; while growing up we shared a bedroom, friends & hobbies. Until a year and half ago we were neighbors and our children grew up together almost like siblings.
We have always shared many of the same design tastes; though Al is a bit more bold and dramatic & Scary is a bit more romantic and classic. We love to have opportunities to work together, we end up pushing each other to create something more.
Whether creating in the kitchen, sewing room, or working on a pattern design we have found everything is more fun together!
And here we can take a look at Scary’s creation:
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See you tomorrow, for another round of great creations (see the calendar here, to see what’s next!)