Next in our ‘Meet the Blogger’ series, we’re peeking into the sewing world of Vicky of Sewstainability. With her aim to sew thoughtfully, she’s a lover of social sewing challenges, a charity shop find and pattern hacking. Read all about her sew loves in this week’s post.
Thrifting her way through many a pattern, this week Vicky from Sewstainability has hacked the Zoe dress pattern made up from a charity shop duvet cover, with fab neon top stitching!
I haven’t written a Simple Sew blog post for a few months but now that Sam Sterken has taken over with the organisation whilst Gabby is having her maternity leave we’re up and running again. I had a bit of an idea in my head of what I’d like to do using the Zoe pattern which I already had so …
I wanted a couple more dresses in my wardrobe, something shift-like in shape, that would be a comfortable wear but still look reasonably smart for work. I’ve seen several of the Simple Sew bloggers’ Zoë dresses, (check out Corinne’s version, and Sue’s three versions) and I thought I’d give it a go. My first task was to grade the pattern …
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