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Sewing community posts
Chloe Read, the Australia Editor for Sewcialists, talks about the latest podcast about tee written by Gillian. There is another textile of the world post on Friday and Alibobs publishes a useful post about breast cancer has made Ali sew for all the stages she has lived through.
Charm patterns by Gertie
Gertie Hirsch talks to us about the development of the Harlow pajamas. This free pattern is the Australian Sewing Guild's October sewing challenge choice. The Australian Sewing Guild has been ensuring their members have kept their sewing skills going while many have been in social isolation. Anyone can join the sewing challenges developed by the Australian Sewing Guild.
Meet Uli - Schneckstein
Uli is a visual artist and she creates beautiful visible mends for her family and friends. Her love of mending began when she was 4 years old and her mother taught her the importance of making sure you buy good quality goods and extend their life through mending.
Meet Cennetta Burwell
Cennetta Burwell or the Mahogany Stylist describes herself as 'Julia Baker meets June Cleaver'. Cennetta gave us her time as a Sewover50 stalwart and it's a real thrill to meet a sewist that has been blogging and sharing her skills online since 2007. Cennetta pays it forward and you'll hear how her planning process keeps her sewing on track.
Ethical Clothing Australian Week
Ethical Clothing Australia launched their inaugural Ethical Clothing Australia Week 2020. Ethical Clothing Australia Week, (18-24 October) is the first and only week focused on ethically accredited Australian manufacturers and locally-made textiles, clothing and footwear. It's our chance to celebrate the businesses, designers, and importantly the skilled workers behind our garments made in Australia.
Sewcialists Tuesday October edition
Chloe Read, the Australian Editor of Sewcialists, is back and the October edition is packed - Textiles of the World series, #Sewtheprecious update, the Social Justice Academy series and the November Mini challenge is announced -Tees. Sewcialists - a blog for everyone!