Sewing History America SewsHusqvarna VikingMy template instructions, click on picture to see it larger.McCall's 5471 blouse and Butterick 5100 tunic
Excellent interview with Sue - very fun to listen to! She seems so sweet and easy to talk with. Looking forward to the next show!
I want to write you that I absolutely LOVE your podcast and listened to EVERY episode and can't wait to hear the next! I am the ABSOLUTE beginner and the main reason WHY I want to learn to sew is because I want to be able to sew something that I saw in a fashion magazine that I can't affoed. Hense my question: can you recommend me (and others) patterns from some kind of a company that are TRENDY, that are NOW and FORWARD in fashion??
Fabulous podcast and very usefull too! I enjoyed meeting Sue so much, her joy and enthusiasm are contagious!
I really enjoyed the podcast and the history of the sewing machine. Will you be doing one on buying a serger?
Thanks so much for your podcast. I am enjoying listening to each one. Since I have only just discovered "Sew Forth Sew", I am gradually listening from the first episode.I particularly enjoyed this episode since I own three Husqvarna Viking machines (2 sewing machines, one is 30 years old this year and the second is 6 years old; then I also have a Huskylock).Sadly, in this country - I live in the UK, we do not have the sewing programmes you have in the US. I have sent an email to Husqvarna asking if they could make the programmes available here. I do hope they can.It isn't until I hear podcasts like yours that I learn what is available around the world.
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