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Guest Blog by Kylie from Little Moo Designs
Etched with a bohemian vibe, Little Moo Designs patterns are created for levels from beginners to intermediate. Kylie believes a new outfit is an excuse for a new handbag, and what better way to personalise your outfit than sewing your own unique bag or clutch. Kylie contributed the Sakuro Clutch to One Thimble Issue 13.
Hi! Today I’d like to introduce you to Miriam from Who Says Sew.
I got the elastic for my latest Ultimate Suit from Miriam along with a heap of other haby (zips, freezer paper, lace, needles), from Miriam and now I’m all set for my next few projects!
If you have One Thimble Issue 13 be sure to check out page 143 for some Who Says Sew discount vouchers.
Today I’d like to introduce you to Leonie from Love Lee Fabrics.
Leonie donated a wonderful Sarah Jane fabric pack to our One Thimble Issue 13 ‘Letters to the Editor’ winner. I absolutely LOVE discovering Aussie fabric stores who stock fabrics by all my favourite designers and I know you will too!
Leonie has some great specials on Jelly Rolls and Layer Cakes at the moment … they’re priced at $50 or less till 31/12/16 AND she has a special offer for One Thimble followers – use the code onethimble for 10% off your purchases through till 31/12/16
The underskirt is attached to the bodice lining and the rest of the dress is exactly the same as in the main pattern so it’s a perfect supplement for the upcoming holidays. Add in a bit of tulle to the bottom of the underskirt and it takes this sporty dress up a notch and turns it into the perfect party dress.
The pockets are sewn inseam and are a perfect supplement to add a little something special to your girl’s dress.