You have no idea how happy it makes me to finally write a post that’s about something I actually made! This is a very long overdue one, that I only just managed to photograph now. I’m telling you, sewing is a breeze, is the taking pictures that’s the killer! So really glad they are making an appearance on the blog at last.
As you might have seen here, I do love my culottes this year! I actually made this particular project in spring, but the weather got really warm before I got a chance to document them. They are really warm, so out they come again in this chilly weather we’ve been having in London. But I did get to wear them loads, so happy to report on how they fared in user tests as well.
WordPress reliably informed me that this is post number 100 on Sewrendipity!
As a relatively novice blogger, it was a steep learning curve for me, with so many things to figure out in areas that were completely unfamiliar. Probably more experienced bloggers (sewing or otherwise) will have more words of wisdom and tried and tested methods, but sometimes, if you’re a newbie, it might be easier to talk to other newbies, or at least to those who went through these things not so long ago. So here are my two pennies’ worth and a few of the tips and tools I picked up writing my 100 posts!
I’ve been travelling a lot with work lately, to some wonderful places, like Berlin and Stockholm, so not complaining. And when I got home from Stockholm last week, the postman brought me a present: my friend and fellow Sewing Bee (Season 3) Matt Chapple is now a published author!! How amazing is that?!! And now I get to tell you all about this wonderful book, called Make it, own it, love it (a copy of which was sent to me for free to read and review, all opinions my own). Check out Matt’s own blog post about this as well.