Sew organised style- listen to people just like you.
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Rhonda Buss or Sewbussted is today's Sewover50 guest. Rhonda talks about she saves dogs who go onto doing great things like being therapy dogs. She's a pilot and she uses this skill to help her local community. Rhonda is a long time member of the Haute Couture Club of Chicago. Take a look at Rhonda's #1yearchallenge that she started in 2020 as her response to lockdown life.
Judith Staley of Sewover50 updates us about #So50SustainableSewing challenge for August and you can bet this challenge will flow through to September. This challenge is all about using 'waste' fabric to make a garments or accessories using fabric that is already in the system.... your remnants, thrift fabrics, vintage fabrics, manufacturing waste. fabric picked up from fabric swap tables at meet ups or from your fellow sewist's destashes, discarded garments or tablecloths or bed linen.
Comhla is about 'Making it easier to care about the world and get dressed'. Lucie has been a sustainability consultant for large corporates and now she's using that knowledge and training to make a difference for local communities. Her soon to be launched Comhla business will include teaching mending and sewing in pop up places around the UK later this year.
James is sew happy
James Nacy or James_is_sew_happy on Instagram from the Sewover50 community is a cellist that uses his cellist skills development for his knitting and sewing and everything else. He is a big fan of Elbe Textiles and gives us an insight about learning to sew mens clothes and the reasons why he buys his fabrics online, rather than go to stores. He gives great advice when you're learning to sew mens clothes.
Lindsie Rank is the key force behind the Sew Busty Community.
The Sew Busty Community is for anyone who is busty. Anyone who has ever had to do a full bust adjustment on a princess seam or for a full bust adjustment on a waist dart as just 2 of the most challenging examples.
At Sew Busty, they firmly believe all bodies are good bodies, and they aim to be inclusive of all busty sewists.
Sewing for men
Susan Young, the blog writer for Sewover50, shares her research about mens sewing patterns and fabrics as well as the mens garments she recently sewed. Her mens sewing research is in a recent Love Sewing magazine and this podcast is the start of the Sewover50 mens sewing series. You'll hear from the men in the Sewover50 community in the coming weeks. This is a great way to learn how to sew mens clothes for beginners.
Love the podcast it would be great to have Australian guests who are just as inspiring and talented.
I love how culturally diverse the guests are. Their background and upbringing have brought new inspirations to my current and future projects.
Australian Sewing podcast
It is great to hear an Australian sewing podcast at last. There’s interesting content, however, there are issues with the sound quality and editing much of the time.