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Inspiration doesn’t have an age, race, or religion…or maybe it’s a religion of it’s own. One where anyone can come and worship at the altar of beauty and creativity. There are so many voices, each with their own unique additions to this creative adventure, and obviously I can’t list them all here, but I’ve narrowed … More A small sampling of Sewcialists to fire your creativity!
Hi! I’m Lori. Veterinarian, mom to a nearly 3 year old son, and wife of a dairy farmer in small town Ontario, Canada by day, and sewist since I was 12 years old by night and weekend. I’m excited to be involved in the Sewcialists Tribute Month inspiration series. When I think about who inspires me … More I Need More Days in August, Please!
Wow! We had an amazing response to our post last week asking for people to contribute posts! We’ve now go more than enough posts for Tribute Month – but don’t worry, there are other ways to take part! First and foremost, make something for Tribute Month! Remember, the theme is paying tribute by another Sewcialist … More Thank you, Sewcialists!
A group blog doesn’t work very well with just one author… so I hope I can convince you (YES, YOU!) to write for the Sewcialists! Who can write for the Sewcialists? ANYONE! Rookie or expert, young or older, slim or curvy, of any nationality, race, linguistic background, gender or orientation. You see, individual blogs empower … More Will you write for the Sewcialists?
We’re back with a classic Sewcialist challenge: Tribute Month! They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, so let’s pay tribute to our favourite sewcialists by copying their style! Chose someone online or IRL whose sewing you adore, and take inspiration from a project, technique, sense of style or attitude. You could copy an outfit directly, … More Get ready, Sewcialists: August is Tribute Month!
Back in 2013, I tweeted a lot. We all did! The world of sewing blogs was booming, and Instagram hadn’t yet made micro-blogging possible, so everyone was on Twitter. There were scheduled Friday afternoon #sewingchats, and we’d tweet our way through self-created events like the #sewcialbee, where we assigned ourselves a Great British Sewing Bee-style challenge to complete … More What is a Sewcialist?