If you’re looking for the giveaway and link-up parties for our Sew-a-bration of Womanhood you can find them here.
Today the lovely Shawnta from Shawnta Sews is sharing what she made for the Sew-a-bration of Womanhood. We gave all of the contributors a general questionnaire and here are a few of Shawnta’s responses:
What was the biggest challenge with this project: The hardest part of this project was coming to terms with my new shape. I recently lost 12lbs, but still went about making the skirt with my old measurements. I kept adding inches to assure that it would fit, not trusting my new body. I guess when I look in the mirror I don’t appear that drastically different. In the end I had to take the seams in a lot to get the skirt to fit.
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It looks like a perfect fit Shawnta! Congratulations on the recent weight loss; I can’t wait to read about what pattern you used for that skirt.
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
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