Sewing Summit 12


Hi y’all!

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How to make a room uncomfortable – tell them they have to take a selfie! From Olivia Omega‘s Personal Branding class.

I’m back from Sewing Summit, and I brought home a little something extra in the form of a cold. I’ve got serious fuzzy head syndrome which is making it difficult to even process all the things that happened at Sewing Summit.

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Shop Hop haul. I can’t help but make rainbows!

Thinking about my own recent travels did make me wonder about you guys, though! Have any of you gone to Sewing Summit or some other sewing-related gathering? If so, what was your favorite gathering and favorite part? And if you haven’t gone to any, what’s kept you from going?

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Me and Katy modeling our hybrid pj pants, made in Ellen March’s PJ Pants class.

Lemme know, I’m curious where and how I can meet more of you!

-Anne

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12 thoughts on “Sewing Summit

    • anne Post author

      I can’t stop myself from the rainbows! Although this one is pretty light on purple. But that was a reflection of the low purple offerings at the store, not a personal preference. I love purple, too! πŸ™‚

    • anne Post author

      I’m so happy that I got to meet you! And I’m looking forward to chatting with you more in the facebook group about your future plans. πŸ˜€ Katy washed the pants (I still haven’t finished mine, haha!) and she said that the unwashed fabric only shrank a little bit. That was my biggest concern about pairing the fabrics, since you so kindly prewashed hers!

  • Adrianne

    Sewing Summit looks amazing. I would really love to attend one of these big sewing/blogging conferences. The main thing that’s stopping me is that they all seem to be in the US or the UK – rather a long trip from NZ. Actually it’s more the cost than the distance… Something to save up for πŸ™‚

    • anne Post author

      Is there really nothing in NZ? There was someone from NZ at sewing summit, and so she auto-won every “who travelled the furthest” contest there was (there were a fair number of them. And I bet the girl from Holland was super sad about it.) So there is at least one other person who would probably enjoy a more local sewing gathering! I think you guys should put one together, and give a bit of leeway, because I desperately want to come visit NZ and could use an excuse, but I’ll need to save for it. πŸ˜€

      I get you about the cost, too. I don’t go to the UK ones for that reason. 😐

    • anne Post author

      I’m glad I’m not the only one! I didn’t start out aiming to make a rainbow, but by the time I was in line with my purchases, there it was!! It happened in two stores, and then the third I had all neutrals. lol

    • anne Post author

      The closest gathering I know of near you is in the UK, the Fat Quarterly retreat. Which isn’t THAT close, but certainly closer than the US. πŸ™‚ I really hope more people start creating international gatherings! That’s partially selfish, though. I love having excuses to travel. πŸ˜€