If you’re looking for the giveaway and link-up parties for our Sew-a-bration of Womanhood you can find them here.
Today we have Olga from Kid Approved posting for the Sew-a-bration, but first we gave all of the contributors a general questionnaire and here are a few of Olga’s responses:
Body Shape: I am more of a pear, though not very pronounced.
Advice for someone thinking about sewing for themselves: Always make a muslin, especially if it’s a fitted garment. Start with small and easy projects, that way you are guaranteed to have a success. My skirt is a good example of such project. 🙂
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That is great advice, Olga and your skirt looks really cool! To read the full post, click here.
Don’t forget to see who’s up on the Shaffer Sisters‘ site today. If you’re curious to see who else will be contributing this month, here is the full lineup:
I Married Superman | A Jennuine Life | If Only They Would Nap | Once Upon a Sewing Machine
Naptime Creations | Pattern Revolution | Two Many | Rebel & Malice | Simple Simon and Company
SewingSober | Handmade Dress Haven | Daisy Chain Creations | Swoodson Says | I’m Feelin’ Crafty
So Cal Sewing Mom | Keep Calm and Carrion | DandelionDrift | The Crazy Tailor | Max California
Falafel and the Bee | Lexi Made | Winter Wonderings | Kid Approved | Scientific Seamstress
Becca DuVal | Peek-a-Boo Pattern Shop | The Berry Bunch | Little Kids Grow | leighlee
Feathers Flights | That’s-Sew-Kari