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Most creative pic wins!

I looooooove this magazine…. Tickle the Imagination is beautifully put together by the super talented Tanya Collier and her team of contributors. Tanya shares her love of all things handmade and creative. The first thing to strike me was the bespoke imagery and that gorgeous matt paper you get in mags such as Frankie and […]

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Spreading the smiles

Two years on… We can only describe our experience of teaching your girls (sometimes boys) as  joy. As we get to share a moment of learning with them; we get to see their smiles of achievement and fun. Our small classes of six (five for machine sewing) allow us to give them time to watch […]

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“Shall I buy a sewing machine for my enthusiastic little fashion designer”?

So she wants a sewing machine… I often get asked “what sewing machine do you recommend”? In our classes we use a Janome 3018LE. This machine was the best option for me and our purpose. I needed a machine that was not too complicated for beginners & novice sewers. One that had more ‘metal’ internal […]

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This is where I’m at…

Hi everyone – I’m ‘de-cluttering’ EVERYTHING and have just found this pic I made but don’t think ever used. I love creating imagery like this and through the process have discovered what my strengths are. Won’t go into it all right now, but its been a time of clarification to see what the future of […]

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Local launch for Sew Sista products

Hi everyone, its been a long road to get here but a fun one. I’ve had the products out there since August in fact, when I did my first Trade Fair (Melb) to introduce the range to the market and try and get some wholesale orders. What a ride! All going well now after a […]

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