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Welcome, Vintagette!

Thank you SO MUCH for letting me know your sewing level– knowing this will make it easier for me to send you the tips and tricks I most recommend!

Whether you’ve been sewing for one year or twenty, there’s still so much to love and learn with every single project. It’s honestly one of the things I love about the craft: I’m consistently learning and trying new things.

Feel free to let me know down in the comments section below what sorts of projects you’ve worked on so far and what types of tips and tricks you’d most want to learn about? Feel free to share as much or as little as you like 😉

I’m looking forward to providing you with the best resources possible to help you in your sewing journey. Looking for some tips right away to get started? Check out the Start Here page!

-Bianca

One Comment

  1. Lindsay Lindsay

    I’ve made some tops and skirts and the occasional dress (with mixed success). I want to get better at fitting my garments (something I never really learned in my classes) and feeling confident in sewing for my constantly changing body! And working with the vintage patterns in my stash!

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