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Everyone Can Sew!

April 3, 2017
written by:
Jodie

Welcome to Little Miss Sew ‘n’ Sew’s second blog!

We hope you have enjoyed perusing our shop, Nikola and I had a fabulous time hand selecting the fabrics for you all!

Since setting up our fabric store so many people have said to me ‘I wish I could sew’. So why don’t you? As Nikola once said to me, ‘If you can operate a sewing machine and sew a straight line, you can sew’.

Harry’s Apron

This is a great beginner project. I am hoping it will inspire some of you to learn a new skill and others to dust off your sewing machines and get creative… 

My two eldest children Harry and Georgia (or, as we call her, Gigi) love to help around the house, cooking, cleaning and dog walking. (They’re also fantastic at making a mess and fighting!). Wearing their own aprons really makes them feel and look the part. 

My children are super excited about the Easter Bunnies impending visit, to indulge in the Easter spirit a little more my children and I decided to make an Easter cake topped with cute little chicks and, of course, mandatory chocolate mini eggs!  

Harry is wearing an apron I made this week using Dashwood Studio ‘Dinosaur Rumpus’ (how cute is that name!) and ‘Green’ from our Sew Simple Solids range.

To access your FREE ‘Harry’s Apron’ pattern download please visit www.littlemisssewnsew.co.uk and click ‘Lovely Patterns (They’re FREE)’ on the ‘Shop’ drop down menu.

PS, I have a secret; ‘Harrys Apron’ is the first item I have made since my youngest son Stanley was born in July 2016. I absolutely loved using my sewing machine and indulging in some ‘me time’. I hope I have inspired you to so the same!

We would absolutely love for you to share your creations with us. All you need to do is send us an email with an image of your handiwork attached and we'll post it here on our very own 'hall of fame'! Please email us here... enquiries@littlemisssewnsew.co.uk or share by message on our Facebook page Little Miss Sew ‘n’ Sew via Facebook Messenger.

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