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Weekend: My Favorite Links from the Sewing Web

By Mmadalynne @mmadalynne


Winter is in full force and I’ve been moving at a pace just as strong. I don’t feel overwhelmed; now is the time to hunker down. Once temperatures get warmer, I know I will want to step outside and away from an intense schedule. I’ll do so when the time comes, but for now, work, work, work… sew, sew, sew! This week, I updated the workshop page (next workshop dates coming soon!), updated the Best Sewing Blogs 2015 page, started discussing new printing/shipping for my sewing-inspired photos (hopefully, I’ll have an exciting announcement really soon), sewed more bras (I’ll be sharing them next week – preview above), dove into the world of handmade thongs (ooh lala!), and started a muslin for a dress. Whoah! I sound like a super woman. I swear I’m not. I don’t have a DD chest.

So as I get back to work, I’ll leave you with my favorite links from the sewing web as well as some snippets from my personal life:

The bra making bug has hit the UK. Tilly made her first bra! Woot woot!

I witnessed Sage chase his tale for a good five minutes before he realized, “Holy shit, it’s attached to my body!

A fabulous documentary of Yohi Yamamoto. His philosophy of fame and money is on point.

I love Renee’s attention to fit and flattering; her new knit wrap maxi is a great look for her, IMOH.

Six sewing hacks with masking tape. Thanks Portia!


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