“Really,” I told my editor, “If you think about it we’re just publishing a weekly newspaper that’ll end up as a birdcage liners.” He thought I was being a little bitter about his life’s work, and mine, but I was…
You know you’re destined to be a sewing blogger if you:
a) spent most of your childhood making clothes for your Barbie dolls instead of playing with your friends;
b) read Vogue pattern books instead of comic books;
c) ran a sewing club out of your basement at age 10.
Working as a sewing blogger can mean gathering the best in sewing news and reviewing it. It can mean putting your own patterns and ideas on an online format. It can mean you host a sewing forum, where other sewists chime in with their ideas, or a blog can serve as a billboard for your services and products.
Sometimes being a friend means mastering the art of timing. There is a time for silence. A time to let go and allow people to hurl themselves into their own destiny. And a time to prepare to pick up the pieces when it's all over.
I’m so proud to post this badge: I participated in my first sew-along. As the (charmingly yellow!) badge reveals, the sew-along was hosted at www.mymessings.blogspot.com. (Which is in Melbourne, Australia, so I’ve been virtually travelling!) You can visit over there to…