My dreams of creating a sustainable / eco-friendly wardrobe are being crushed by reality 😦
Everything you didn’t know, you wanted to know about the vintage Singer ZigZagger attachment!
my wardrobe isn’t overflowing with the incredibly beautiful, original creations I thought I would be sewing all year long. I have zero new dress and no puffy sleeves. No sexy deshabille either, just a couple granny panties… and these do not even match my face masks!
Basic sewing skills are not that hard to master and repairing your clothes is good for the planet and your budget!
Cleaning and oiling is all that is required! However it needs to be done thoroughly including in areas that may seem inaccessible
A little ‘life saving’ creation which keeps me going
My recommendations on templates, fabric and other tips… Based on numerous trials!
Be a rebel and learn how to sew on a vintage sewing machine, not a new one! I’ve got 10 good reasons to convince you!
Before I can continue telling you about my sewing adventures, I have to talk about my buttonholer and how I had to repair it!
Me and a sewing machine? This wasn’t an obvious match. Not a fairytale story where you know, right from the start, there will be a happy ending. The story began like this…