Hi Everyone! This is the first of three posts exploring some different perspectives on taking part in MMMay. Our group includes two of us who have taken part before, and two who have not. In today’s post we will find out how each of us are preparing for MMMay. The next two posts will be … More Perspectives: Getting ready for MMMay!
Hi everyone! Chloe here! I have been sewing for around fifteen years and still learn something every single time I sit at the machine. You can find me on Instagram as chloe_deadlycraft or blogging sporadically at http://deadlycraft.blogspot.com. Confession time: I started my sewing life as a quilter. I suspect some only-ever-garment-sewists might be wondering why you … More Tips on piecing stripes to make chevrons
Hi All, Chloe here again to do one final wrap on the TNT month. This one is a little different — no pictures of clothes… Just glorious numbers (well actually, graphs). I am (self-proclaimed) resident nerd/geek at the Sewcialists, so obviously I decided to track the stats of everything posted during TNT month. *facepalm* I … More #SewcialistsTNT Stats (NERD ALERT!)
Everyone knows about the mythical unicorn, how uber-cool they are and how they appear on everything from notebooks to cushions these days (yay!). A well-known aspect of the unicorn is that they are difficult to catch. This neatly sums up how I feel about finding a Tried and True (TNT) pattern that is actually useful. … More Catching the Unicorn
Hello everyone! This is one of three round up posts for Tribute Month, bringing together all of your awesome makes in one convenient place. My name is Chloe and I am a Sydneysider who can be found on Instagram as chloe_deadlycraft. I infrequently blog at deadlycraft.blogspot.com, but as with many of us, I end up … More Tribute Month Sewing – Round Up #1!