My Lola Blouse from the new Fibre Mood pattern book
A Long Overdue Hello!
I'm back after a long absence to say 'Hello’ and quickly catch up
Me-Made Swap Shop
Me-made Swap Shop is going to be held on 2nd November
It's an exciting vlog...... all about my dress for The Dressmakers Ball! Click here to watch Adelle x a0b9a784938ba70bd9960f512ce71f837d4530e6538f210c73
Sew Wardrobe Blog
I was asked by SewWardrobe in Ashby De la Zouch to review their fabrics and independent patterns. You can find the blog post here.
Material Girl Laura Blog
I've been asked by the lovely Laura to review this beautiful cotton sateen. Head over to her website to read the full blog post. You can click here to read Adelle x
Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019
Now that I feel that I've got over the shock of it being 2019, I think it's time for me to reflect on last year and look forward to what I want to achieve in 2019. Last year was an incredible year in my dressmaking journey. I took the plunge in creating a blog, something… Continue reading Goodbye 2018, Hello 2019
How I got on with #2018makenine
Last year I was very excited to make plans for 2018 and I joined in with the #2018makenine. I choose 9 patterns that I was hoping to make, but I admit now. Halfway through the year I fell off the bandwagon..... Erin Skirt: A denim skirt is a wardrobe staple and when I saw the… Continue reading How I got on with #2018makenine
So I'm definitely getting the hang of blogging now and I'm feeling more comfortable talking into the camera. October has been a bumper month of sewing and I've had a major shift in what I'm sewing. Please pop over and have a watch. October Makes Adelle x
Can we become more responsible in our making?
'Sustainability' is the real buzz word for the moment. Everywhere I look, I see the words: sustainable, eco-friendly, carbon neutral, the list can go on. But how can I actually make a difference as one person? I was recently watching the BBC programme 'Stacey Dooley Investigates: Fashion's Dirty Secrets' and I was actually very shocked… Continue reading Can we become more responsible in our making?