My book had a great review on the blog “Sew Sista” from Brisbane, Australia!
I am grateful to author Kerry Rushton, who found my book at random and is “a lover of (things) beautiful and surprising.”
See it at this link:
I am also thankful to learn that young seamstresses are being cultivated in Australia.
“Sew Sista” teaches basic sewing techniques to children in the area of Brisbane, Australia.
We can only describe our experience of teaching your girls (sometimes boys) as joy. Our small classes of six (five for machine sewing) allow us to give them time to watch and learn the simple sewing techniques we are showing them. We ALWAYS have fun, we ALWAYS make friends, we ALWAYS finish our projects.
Bing Cherries, dress for Barbie!
Linen doll dress with appliqué flowers sewn from three vintage tea towels! It has tiny white stitches on every flower and leaf. Square neck bodice has bust darts and two snaps in the back. Matching hat has ribbon that matches all the colors in the appliqué. Tote bag has eight hand-sewn flowers around the top and has two handles. It fits 11.5 inch Barbie, the custom designed Hankie Couture doll, and similar-sized dolls, by Hankie Couture in April 2015