Foldline Fame

Hi there!

Have you come across The Foldline yet? 

If you’ve found my blog I’d be very surprised if you hadn’t but, just in case, The Foldline is a site dedicated to all thingsstitchy.  You can set up your own profile, find other users to chat to, follow bloggers and access their enormous reference library of sewing patterns and user reviews. 

It’s a great site to look round and use on a regular basis. 

I’m very honoured that today, they’ve published an interview I did a while back for them about my sewing style: head on over there if you’d like a read.

Becca x

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  1. Your alterations sound spookily familiar… I usually grade up by one or two sizes from waist to hip, raise the bustline by 1″, do a 3″ FBA, a narrow back adjustment and a sway back alteration. So if they fit you well, then I’m off to investigate Deer and Doe!

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  2. Hi Becca! Great interview. I always like your style and as I now have a toddler on the go I’m all about the practical (yet hopefully moderately stylish) clothes. Will investigate some of your go to patterns, methinks 🙂

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