A huge thank you to these talented makers...
Kajsa is originally from Sweden and now lives in Ireland. She has published two craft books, Nordicana and Sew Scandinavian, and launched her own home collection in 2015. Make her practical pocket-front apron on page 81.
Jenny started out blogging about her sewing projects at www.cashmerette.com, and now designs her own pattern collection speci cally made for curves in sizes 12-28 and cup sizes C-H under the brand name Cashmerette. She shares her favourite ever nished project on page 98. Tilly’s company, Tilly and the Buttons, creates step-by-step patterns and teaches workshops in London and online. She is also the author of award-winning book, Love at First Stitch. She shares her hygge approach to sewing on page 52. Jessica inherited her love of fabric, colour and sewing from her mother, and has a craft sideline at www.jellybgood.co.uk, making and selling anything from hair slides to quilts. She shows us how to upcycle a pair of jeans into retro alphabet keyrings to give as personalised gifts on page 79.
OTHER CONTRIBUTORS TILLY WALNES JESSICA ENTWISTLE
Art Gallery Fabrics, Samantha Claridge, Dewanda DIY, Leah Farquharson, The Fold Line, Kirsty Hartley, Sara Johansen, Jennie Jones, Portia Lawrie, R&B Designs, Royal School of Needlework, Angela Umpleby Special thanks to: Sarah Malone
are in Sweden “The flea markets fabric gems!” great for finding
“I can’t remember not sewing, and yes, I do need more fabric!”
“I love seeing finished projects on Instagram and Twitter.”
“Sewing is not only fun, but technical, creative and social too.”