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These last few days of summer, I am getting super excited about fall and holiday sewing. These are a few links that have totally inspired me to go on in my crafting:

Kristin’s post where she talks about learning and improving her sewing has been such a source of inspiration and excitement for me this week. Thank you, Kristin!

I am always debating whether I should try to become a better seamstress or a better shopper, and reading Kristin’s blog is a reminder that you can’t buy such beautiful things as you can make yourself. So, sewing it is for me! Reading through the comments on that post, I am thinking that I will sew through the Oliver + S syllabus. I wonder if anyone would like to join me?

– I loved this post from Coletterie–very useful things that I will keep in mind as I try to improve my sewing.

This tutorial by Mama Says Sew for a shirted peasant top looks so easy and lovely!


I have been hoarding some of Natalie Lymer’s woodland fabric that I got earlier this year, and I think it would be perfect for this project. What do you think?

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