Daily series 20 – 24 July 2020

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Series 3, Episode 1: Welcome to Sewing Save Series. Sue Stoney is a creative crafter and is an educator, hence we’re excited for Sue to start this series where you can get to share your sewing saves with our listeners. Like many of us, Sue loves remnants and using pre-loved items. The dilemma is remnant fabrics are often too small for what you thought they could become. Each episode Sue will give us the back story behind each project/s.

Series 3, Episode 1: Marimekko remnant becomes Sue’s dream dress.

Thursday 23 July 2020: Carol is our next Sewover50 stalwart that kindly gave her time for this podcast. Her sewing story is compelling and heartwarming to hear. Carol hosts a private Facebook Sewing group called Carol’s Sewing Corner and a youtube channel and a blog – G-CAS dot net. Carol is self employed and had a sewing business for 12 years. Carol is also a part of the Black Makers Matter Coalition. You can see her profile post on Instagram and you’ll be able to keep up to date on how she’s contributing right now.

Anncie2001 is Carol’s instagram handle

Series 2, Episode 27: Nicole Mallalieu is a Melbourne local and you may have bought her You Sew Girl patterns that are still available on Etsy. Chemostylehats is her latest not for profit initiative because Nikki wants to give back to others who are going through medical treatments that cause hair loss. She was in this situation two years ago.

Nicole Mallalieu – a Melbourne local

Tuesday 21 July 2020: Chloe Read is back to update us on the Vintage Sewing series that has come about because of the call out for the Who we are series. Get ready for the August theme month – All chest welcome. You’ll also be pleased to know Sewcialists have a comment policy that ensure sharing sewing journeys are managed safely on Sewcialists social media.

Tuesday 21 July 2020 update with Chloe Read

Monday 20 July 2020: Australian Sewing Guild members can access the industry partners that offer discounts to keep members sewing. Today’s podcast introduces Trish Hargrave of Draft T Studio.

Trish Hargrave of Draft T Studio

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