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July 2016 Sewing Pinup Haul

July 2016 Thrifted haul | @vintageontap

Button pattern weights by Rachel from Rachel against the Sewing Machine | @vintageontap
Black mesh interfacing | @vintageontap

My July 2016 sewing pinup haul was minimal- but so practical!

After posting my June 2016 haul video, figured I might as well continue to show you guys the things I pick up for my pinup looks and sewing projects!

In July I bought very few things new and mostly went with thrifted items which I’m so happy to have found at my local charity shops. When I go thrifting, I like to wait at least a month between visits to hopefully see some turn over; so far, so good.

Not talked about in the video was the fabric I used for my latest project, the Retro Tiki Collab of Butterick B6354. I actually bought that from Berkeley’s famous Stonemountain and Daughter fabric store.

The items I was able to pick up for my July 2016 sewing pinup haul that can be ordered online are below

Fit For Real People : Tried and true fitting book

Benefit, They’re Real Eyeliner: Reviews online are mixed. For me, I didn’t find it worked the way I wanted, but if you want to try it, go with the travel size to save some money if it doesn’t work out. Watch the video to learn more about what I thought about it, though.

Also, Rachel from Rach Against the Sewing Machine made my lovely new button pattern weights! Please check out her blog to learn more about her and follow her on Instagram if you’re not all ready! If she decides to sell the buttons on a bigger scale, I’ll update this post with more information.

Hang tight for my August haul video- so many projects on the list and a trip planned, so I see plenty of shopping in my future!

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