Happy November sewing friends! Today we’re excited to introduce our first blog tour happening Monday November 12- Saturday November 17. The shop is stocked with an array of fabrics for all your sewing needs and several talented bloggers are ready to share some inspiration. Come back to the blog on Monday for a week filled with fabric, fashion, and fun.
Let’s Meet our Contributors:
Monday the 12th, we’re kicking things off with Nicole of Merritts Makes. Nicole is a self described seamstress, occasional quilter, and terrible dancer. Her handmade wardrobe is filled with vibrant colors, bold patterns, and an array of styles.
Tuesday the 13th, we’ll meet Michele of WinMichele. Michele is a pattern drafting student and sewist from Arizona who shares her knowledge on her blog and YouTube channel. Her handmade wardrobe is a mix of fun, new items and inspiring refashions.
Wednesday the 14th, we’re exponentially ramping up the inspiration with two bloggers. Meg of MEGMADE is a maker and mama who hit her stride with sewing while on bedrest in 2016. She has a vintage-inspired style and a blog brimming with beautiful makes for her and and her three children.
Emma of The Zipper Foot is a relatively new seamstress (she started in March of 2018) who has wasted no time immersing herself in the sewing world. Her exciting and varied handmade wardrobe is an inspiration for beginner and seasoned seamstresses alike.
Thursday the 15th, we’ll be joined by a couple of bloggers with great everyday style.
Lara of Handmade by Lara Liz is a CPA during the week and fearless seamstress on the weekends. Since picking up sewing just over two years ago, she hasn’t stopped and has an impressive handmade wardrobe as evidence.
Katie is a lawyer and mother who, along with her friend Mac, blogs at Sew Altered Style. Her blog regularly showcases her cool, classic style and an abundance of sewing knowledge.
Friday the 16th, we have two ladies with enviable style.
Faith of Faith St. Jules is a wife, mother, and substitute teacher. She’s been honing her sewing skills since getting back into sewing in 2012. Bold, beautiful fabric choices and stunning silhouettes characterize her handmade wardrobe.
Sara of The Sara Project is a wife, mother, and fashion forward sewist. Sara’s affinity for styling, and on-trend sewing have helped her create an interesting and inspiring handmade wardrobe.
Saturday the 17th, we’re ending on a high note with our final bloggers.
Heidi of Handmade Frenzy is a stylish mom with the cozy, cool style to prove it. Her largely handmade wardrobe showcases fashion, function, and her love of stripes.
April of Wearing Old Bones is a SoCal native who is working towards a goal of a 100% handmade wardrobe. In her sewing, she manages to effortlessly combine modern style with a bit of vintage flair.