Episode 60: Spring Making

1. MY CUP OF TEA
Clipper’s Mes belles gambettes (English version: Strawberry & Elderflower infusion)

2. A HANDMADE WARDROBE

3. EVENTS
I am celebrating you, my viewers, who are now over 5,000 on Instagram and Youtube, with two giveaways!
Holland Handmade Co
Forever and Always Socks by Danielle Jorge
Bonbon Shawl and Shawlette
Verdure Shawlette

4. A BIT OF SEWING
Breezy Romper by Brindille & Twig out of organic cotton jersey by Rico Design.

5. A BIT OF KNITTING

6. A BIT OF WEAVING

Weaving calculator.

7. HAPPY MAIL DAY

PODCASTING/BLOGGING FRIENDS MENTIONED

Credits: Music credits: Chopin’s Cantabile in B flat major, performed by Aya Higuchi: https://musopen.org/music/4362-cantabile-in-bb-b-84/

One thought on “Episode 60: Spring Making

  1. Speattle says:

    Gosh I loved this episode! Fun to watch you knitting AND sewing AND serging. I found it really relaxing. (Need to watch this again whenever I have my Blood Pressure read at the dr. office…as it is always elevated there!)

    I was especially happy to see your serger! Just yesterday, I put a down payment on the exact one that you have in your sewing room. I’ve been following trends in sergers for a few years, and this is the one I feel will best fit my needs. Like I often do with big purchases, I laid awake for a while last night wondering if I’d really done the right thing…and when I saw that YOU had the exact same one that I bought, it was a sign…yes! I’d made the right choice!

    I’d love to see you talk about your experience with this machine and how you use it in your fabric constructions. I noticed that you were using both the sewing machine and the serger for the little romper.

    Also, I have that exact same purple snap-setter! I’ve been very happy with it, and not had a snap fail. Have to admit though, that I just as often elect to hand sew them on too.

    Anyway, it was a gratifying episode to see that you have several of the same kinds of tools that I have, especially when I saw the Enlighten Serger!

    (oh, and I also ordered a pastel mini-skein set of yarn from Mama to Abigail just last week!)

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