It is now a norm and a habit of mine to scour and visit fabric shops in my travels. I’ve really grew to enjoy these trips to fabric places as every experience is different and there are just so much to see.
The saying is true – time flies when you are having fun. This will be the last instalment of this 7 part mini-series which I hope have being interesting and a ball of fun to read. If you have missed out the first 6 instalments, catch them here: Allie J, Sew Dixie Lou, Randomly Happy, Madalynne, House of Pinheiro, Ada Spragg.
Last month when The Monthly Stitch held it’s annual Indie Patter Month challenge, I jumped on the opportunity to try a new pattern and also to have some fun. I have been quite conservative in using commercial and indie patterns and have preferred to draft my own for I was afraid of fitting issues. I supposed all I needed was some motivation to start my engine rolling. So, I decided to jump into the deep end to challenge myself this Indie Pattern Month.
There is 1 thing I’ve learnt from Sophie of Ada Spragg and that is, quality sewing takes time. She has shown me in so many ways that a good sew cannot be rushed. And that is such a huge reminder to myself.
Sophie is also one who has impeccable style and wicked sewing skills, definitely one who has a wardrobe I’ll love to ransack someday (heh!). I’m always stalking her blog and getting so much inspiration out of it and I’m sure you would too, so I’m excited for her to be on this week’s mini-series where she shares more and gives us a tip or 2.
I’ve received so much encouragement on this mini-series, so I really want you to know I appreciate all your kind words and love!
I’m back with the 5th instalment and today I have Rachel of House of Pinheiro.
Hello there! Happy Friday folks! We are back with our 4th instalment of the Sewing Blogger Interview series, which means that we are more than halfway through the series. Time passes by too quickly when you are having fun.
Well, well.. who do we have today?
I’m often on the lookout for fabric shops in our little red dot and is also happy to find one. So here’s one that is tucked at a corner of Grandstand at Turf City.
Can you believe it, we are halfway through 2016 and halfway through June! Where did time go?!
Thanks for all the love and support I have been getting for this mini series and am absolutely thrilled so many of you enjoyed it. Please continue to send these love across! 🙂 If you haven’t read any, now’s a good time to start and you can read all about Allie J and Sew Dixie Lou by clicking on the links!
And today we have Elena from Randomly Happy who I’m over the moon to have on this mini series.
I’ve heard so much about the Alive Museum but haven’t been since they arrived here in Singapore. The Alive Museum was created in Korea and opened its doors at Suntec City in 2014. Every artwork is hand-painted by their artists before coating with a special paint to preserve the quality of the artwork. I have to say this 3D interactive illusionary concept is refreshing and sounds like fun.