Abby from Sew Much Ado: Sewing The Trends Guest

Today’s guest is Abby from Sew Much Ado!
That’s Abby wearing her  cute new pattern, the Seafarer top.
And here is another popular pattern of hers for girls, The Polly Dress.
I actually met Abby in person at Fabric Weekend and Girls Night Out a few weeks ago. What a fun time it was, getting to know bloggers I admired from afar like the beautiful Abby.
There’s Abby in the middle on the far right! And there is me on the far left. And a whole lot of other AMAAAZING bloggers!
From the top: Mie from sewing Like Mad, Melissa from I Still Love You, Marissa from Rae Gun Ramblings, Sabra from Sew a Straight line
Middle: me, Stef from Girl Inspired, Jen from i Candy Handmade, Miriam from Mad Mim, Andrea from Train To Crazy, Bev from Flamingo Toes,
Bottom row: Melissa from Melly Sews, Caila from Caila Handmade, Leanne from Vogue Apparel, Merrick from Merrick’s Art & Marigold from Hideous, Dreadful, Stinky.
Photo taken by Jess from Me Sew Crazy
Abby has a very popular sewing blog with lots of great projects, tutorials, and patterns. She has a new pattern she just came out with called the Seafarer Top pictured above,
Let’s hear a little from Abby and get a sneak peek of her project she made for Sewing The Trends. You will have to go to her blog to get the lowdown on her project and the full story!
Hi everyone! I’m Abby from Sew Much Ado and I’m really happy to be a part of Justine’s series today! I think I was around 5 years old when my mom first taught me how to sew, and it’s been one of my very favorite things to do ever since! I also design sewing patterns when I’m not chasing my three little ones around.
 
I’ve been through many phases of sewing, but clothing has always been my favorite. I love being able to make things that are unique and one of a kind, that you know you won’t see anyone else wearing. I think it brings such great personal satisfaction to wear an article of clothing that you made for yourself, doesn’t it?!

I have a feeling this trend here has something to do with mixing patterns. Stop by Sew Much Ado to see the rest!

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-McKenzie

Comments

  1. says

    Thank you for the butts up on Bombshell. I made just the bottoms for my muslin. I had the opposite issue.Saggy bottom. I am a DD, so I will have to figure out the top issue as well. You still look adorable! I like how it is shorter in front. Mine cuts me off at an unattractive spot. I’m only 5’3″, I don’t need to look any shorter, or more stubby in the legs dept.