The Sew Down – November
Happy weekend everyone and welcome back to the sew down. This is a monthly roundup of some of the interesting stuff we have found, bought, read, and watched in the world of sewing.
Stuff to read:
We are always hunting out good articles to read or a book that you can either read or listen to while you are sewing. We’ve got some fantastic things to get your teeth stuck into this month.
- Sew and Tell – e-zine from Peppermint Magazine
- Guardian: Herbie Mensah was a shopaholic soul boy who modelled for Vivienne Westwood and made a single with Pete Waterman. After 20 years working in social care, he has returned to his first love with a stall at Portobello Market
- The Bullet That Missed – Richard Osmond
Stuff to listen to:
Oh we love a podcast, and are always looking for new ones! These are some fantastic things we have listened to this month and think you’ll love too.
- Making Stitched podcast: Episode 30 : Sew on the Go with Mary Jane Baxter
- Dressed Podcast: Generation Paper: Fast Fashion of the 1960s, an interview with Helen Jean
- Threads podcast
- Doing it Right Podcast: The many myths of fast fashion, with Venetia La Manna
- Check Your Thread Podcast: Made My Wardrobe with Lydia Higginson
- The Great Indoors Podcast
- Buried Bones Podcast
- Beautiful Misfits podcast: Then something marvellous happened” with Jasper Conran
Stuff to Watch:
If you like watching TV while you sew then we’ve got some great suggestions for you.