It all started with a simple little Tweet from Gillian
Well… naturally when you’re a little curious like me you can’t help yourself but do a little investigating. I started with a hastag search via Twitter search using #SewingDare and also saw there was another hashtag #SewingDares… and OMG there were so many Tweets and so many people getting involved. That was it… I wanted in and was feeling up for a sewing dare.
Next thing you know I landed on this blog post via @GillianCrafts website and then on this blog post via @LBreton and my little fingers couldn’t help it they just typed away saying I was wanted to join on the fun of a Sewing Dare.
So… what’s my Sewing Dare?
I love what my new sewing friends Gillian and Leila suggest for my Sewing Dare.
I’ve opted for a pencil skirt especially after Leila tweeted this
Here’s hoping I can make up a skirt that not only looks awesome but also feels awesome to wear as well.
I’d also love to sew my hubby a shirt as this is something I’ve always wanted to do and haven’t never tackled yet… and I shouldn’t always be such a selfish seamstress LOL…
I think Gillian and Leila suggested great dares for me and I sure am up for the challenge and looking forward to sewing both of them.
Do you have any skirt patterns you can recommend for a curvy girl like me?
If you have any pattern suggestions or recommendations for either a high-waisted or a pencil skirt you think would suit and look good on a curvy girl like me please feel free to let me know as I’m now on a hunt for a pattern… and some fabric
I owe that cute little Twitter Bird and the lovely Gillian and Leila for bringing some sewing fun into my life and as an added bonus have made some great new sewing friends and I’m sure I’ll meet many all thanks to a simple little Tweet for a Sewing Dare.
Would you like to come and play
If so… Here’s the Sewing Dare rules
- Have fun. Stop if it is not fun
- There is no rush – Do your dare whenever you want!
- Did I mention to have fun?
As you can tell by the rules the most important thing is it’s meant to be fun… you can take as long as you like with your dare… it’s your dare and it’s up to you to complete your dare at your own pace.