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Joost of Make My Pattern on Sewing & Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Joost of Make My Pattern. I totally relate to what he has to say about finding that on his journey to find his personal style, he’s chasing a moving target. I’m delighted to share his […]

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Helena of Gray All Day on Sewing & Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Helena of GrayAllDay. I first met Helena when she took part in my Bow Neck Blouse sewalong and I was smitten with her style then as I still am now. I totally agree with her […]

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Carolyn of Allspice Abounds on Sewing & Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Carolyn of Allspice Abounds. I love what Carolyn has to say about how sewing is liberating, both physically and emotionally, and (as someone who rarely makes the same thing twice) I particularly enjoy seeing her […]

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The Geeky Seamstress on Sewing Through Grad School

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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Carolyn of Diary of a Sewing Fanatic on Sewing and Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Carolyn of Diary of a Sewing Fanatic. I love what Carolyn has to say about sewing for her lifestyle and she definitely puts the creative into “creative corporate” style! I’m delighted to share her thoughts on the connection between […]

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Overeducated Seamstress: Stacey of FreshStitches

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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Overeducated Seamstress: Chris of Dr. Griffin’s Food and Sewing

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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Overeducated Seamstress: Dayo of ByDaiyami

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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OverEducated Seamstress: Kat of the Couture Academic

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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OverEducated Seamstress: Vicki of Another Sewing Scientist

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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Shannon of Shanniloves and the Rambo Project

What a way to end the Rambo Project with a bang! Shannon of Shanniloves made awesomesauce shorts (complete with chevrons on the back pockets) and filled in exactly what Rambo was missing (other than a shower) – a sidekick!

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Cindy of Cation Designs and the Rambo Project

I love what Cindy has to say about sewing and friendship in her writeup of her Rambo Project. This great little cardigan successfully turns an old turban into a functional new garment and I’m so glad to have enabled Rambo’s imaginary 4th movie: A Celebration of Friendship.

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Cassie Stephens and the Rambo Project

If anyone can successfully do a mashup of Frida Kahlo and Rambo, it’s the inimitable Cassie Stephens. So delighted to have her artsy contribution to the Rambo Project!

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Amity of Lolita Patterns and the Rambo Project

I’m afraid that Amity of Lolita Pattern’s exciting news totally overshadows her fun Rambo Project. Once I tell you that she sewed a baby sling from the Rambo fabric, can you guess what the news is!?!

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Katie of Kadiddlehopper and the Rambo Project

Rambo went full on girly in Katie’s contribution to the Rambo project. And OMG do I love it! Great fabric pairing makes this gorgeous skirt very, very wearable! Hey Katie, want to trade Rambo skirts?

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Leila of Three Dresses Project and the Rambo Project

I adore the creative use of stripes folks have been coming up with for the Rambo Project, and the adorable hummingbird skirt from Leila of The Three Dresses project is no exception!

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Tempest of Fanbloomingtastic and the Rambo Project

ZOMG. You guys have to go read Tempest’s post about her Rambo Project outfit. She re-wrote Rambo III into an elaborate story making her Mr. Rambo’s emergency costume and “His Worst Nightmare.” It’s brilliant!!! Thanks Tempest for injecting your usual funky style and fabulous wit into the Rambo Project.

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Lauren of Lladybird and the Rambo Project

I didn’t even think it was possible to take a worn turban from Rambo III and make it into something uber-sexy. But Lauren of Lladybird has definitely done it with this little top! As she says “When given a small piece of random fabric with questionable characteristics and an awesome back story, I like to […]

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EmSewCrazy of Tumbleweeds in the Wind and the Rambo Project

EmSewCrazy of Tumbleweeds in the Wind figured that if Rambo had a girlfriend, she’d steal a turban to make a cozy, comfortable sweater shrug for all those cold nights around the fire.

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Shams of Communing With Fabric and the Rambo Project

Shams of Communing with Fabric turned her Rambo Project turban into a jeans style jacket. I had the pleasure of seeing it in person and the construction is impeccable (of course) and there was SO MUCH hand stitching so that the crazy fabric would stretch out during construction. Love how she used the stripes in […]

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Sonja of Ginger Makes and the Rambo Project

The awesome Sonja of Ginger Makes turned her Rambo Project turban into a super fun summer top. I love her use of the stripes! She says “I turned this old turban into a swingy, summery top!” putting an awesome spin on the phrase “Oh this old thing?”

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Oona of Oonaballoon and the Rambo Project

Kicking off The Rambo Proejct, is the lovely Oona of Oonaballoona. She may have kept the project simple, but her turban was refashioned into la wrambette in true kalkatroonaan style!

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OverEducated Seamstress: Amy of Sew Well

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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OverEducated Seamstress: Anne of PlayCrafts

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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OverEducated Seamstress: Karen of Bella Industries

Finally finishing graduate school this year was the hardest thing that I have done in my life. Working through the challenge, I learned so much about myself. Part of that was learning how important it is to me to sew – to work with my hands, to design, and to create. Sewing is my rock […]

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Interview with Bridgeen of Cherry & Cinnamon

I’m excited to share an interview Bridgeen of Cherry & Cinnamon. I’ve had a total artist crush on her since I saw her embroidered portrait of David Bowie’s mug shot, although at this point I probably couldn’t even list all of the projects of hers that inspire me! Bridgeen illustrated the front cover of my […]

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Shams of Communing With Fabric on Sewing & Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Shams of Communing with Fabric. Shams is a hoot! Her spunky enthusiasm, passion for sewing, boundless creativity, and tell-it-like-it-is attitude are totally infectious. I’ve had the delight of hanging out with her in person so I […]

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Marie of A Stitching Odyssey on Sewing & Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Marie of A Stitching Odyssey. I love how Marie’s makes always seem bright and cheerful (or maybe that’s just her?). I could copy her description of her style word for word and apply it to myself, […]

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Lauriana of Petit Main Sauvage on Sewing and Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Lauriana of Petit Main Sauvage. I love Lauriana’s vintage influenced style, the daring fashion choices she makes, and all the gorgeous pattern drafting that she does. Some serious swooning, seriously. I’m delighted to share her […]

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Andi of Untangling Knots on Sewing and Style

Today in my series of interviews with sewing bloggers on their connection between sewing & style, I’m delighted to feature Andi of Untangling Knots. I’ve been a fan of Andi’s ever since I bought a crochet jacket pattern from her (which I did before I learned to crochet because it was just that awesome). Although […]

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