Sewcialists are a sewing blog for everyone! They run 4 fun theme months and every Tuesday morning their Australian editor, Chloe Read updates us on their current challenges, in case you missed them on instagram. They continue to host discussions about diversity, and feature posts by our community! More from the Sewcialists every Tuesday.
Tuesday 2 June 2020: This week we discuss some of the posts that caused some discussion and how there will be future posts about what’s happening in the community right now. Also Charlotte launches the details about Sewing Weekender.
Tuesday 26 May 2020: Not only does Chloe updates us on their 3 blog posts this week, but we have a robust discussion on using the word ‘flattering’. Make sure you read their revisit of denim by Kerry. Here’s a link to the TNT poll by Chloe. There’s an update about sustainable sewing by Kate.
Wednesday 20 May 2020: Here’s the regular weekly blog post update from Chloe Read, the Australian editor of Sewcialists. This is a bumper blog post week to come. Gillian writes about previous Tribute month and Sew Style Hero themes. Sew Brave is a great blog post by Emery Allard Smith. Charlotte writes about Me Made May.
Tuesday 19 May 2020: There was so much feedback last week on their questions of the day that today’s podcast Chloe Read tells us what happened. Tomorrow’s podcast will cover the bumper number of blog posts going up this week.
Tuesday 12 May 2020: This week Chloe Read is managing the Sewcialists instagram account. Have you wondered what it would be like to be a female apprentice at a Saville Row tailor? They’ve reloaded their #menswearforeveryone theme month. Stay up to date with Kerry’s post about their previous Giving challange theme month as well.
This week Chloe is running their instagram account so you should follow #sewcialistsquestionsoftheday and give her your views. There’s a new question everyday this week.
Tuesday 5 May 2020: This week Chloe Read updates us about their blog posts about previous theme months and a very interesting post about sewing for Carnival with an interesting side note about being Shadow banded on Instagram. Chloe wrote and revisited this article on using stripes – Are stripes the most versatile print. There’s an updated blog post about their previous sew over and under theme month.
Tuesday 28 April 2020: Keep an eye out for the coming theme month post on Friday. We do delve into last week’s blog post by Gillian about sewing tips for gaining weight. From your feedback, this series will continue to be developed by bloggers like yourselves. Join into their sewing conversations. Sewcialists are having another look at their theme months in May. Here’s the link to Eleonora’s article about her #stayhome and sew in Italy right now. There are two views about sewing for protection to read by Joanne and Jami.
Tuesday 21 April 2020: Chloe discussed the feedback generated from last week’s PPE blog post. The comments were quite extensive and demonstrated the kindness and thoughtfulness within the sewing community for those of use sewing for the community as we continue to face covid-19. Did you contribute to the sewing secrets discussion? This week’s posts cover how Sonja and Lauren after studying sewing at university changed their sewing practices. Gillian posts her sewing strategies to accommodate gaining weight. Next Chloe’s latest blog post update us on their May initiatives.
Tuesday 14 April 2020: This week keep an eye out for a new pattern line with Leila from Muna and Broad patterns; the latest community call out (your sewing secrets); global research on masks and an award winning Kimono maker.
Tuesday 7 April 2020: Chloe Read, their Aussie representative gives us an insider view on how this sewing group operates. The nuts and bolts behind their ongoing work is due to their dedication to the sewing community
Tuesday 31 March 2020: We meet Chloe Read, their Australian editor of the Sewcialists editing team.