It’s finally time to stop teasing you and reveal everything about my first book, ‘Sewing your dream wardrobe – a guide to creating a handmade wardrobe you’ll love’. I’ve been working on it for months and I can’t believe it’s finally ready!
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by sewing? By all the patterns that are being released every day, all the pretty fabrics that you want to buy? Do you ever find yourself making clothes that you never wear, because they don’t fit in your lifestyle? Do you want to be more organised and thoughtful with your sewing?
Then, this book is for you!
It is a guide that will help you not only curate your current wardrobe, but it will also offer you all the tips and tricks to fill it with clothes that you will actually love to wear everyday.
No more wasting your precious time and money on projects that you don’t need!
The book consists of 5 chapters and there is also an extra 22-page workbook that goes hand in hand with it. In chapter 1 we will start with my two methods to curate your closet and then in chapter 2 we will move from theory to action. There are detailed steps on how to purge your existing closet, how to find the gaps in it, how to gather inspiration for the clothes you want to make. As soon as you identify your personal style and what you want to sew, the fun part begins. I am telling you all about how to choose the right sewing patterns for you, how to buy fabrics that complement each other, how to plan and prioritize your projects.
In chapter 3 I am sharing all my tips for better sewing. I am sharing my thoughts on mindful sewing and how to practice it, how to save money, how to be more productive with your sewing and all my tips on buying fabric online. You will also find useful resources on how to take care of your handmade clothes.
Chapter 4 is my own example. I am showing you how I organized my wardrobe and created 3 different collections of clothes, the ‘Black, Red, White collection’, the ‘Earthly collection’ and the ‘Stripes and dots collection’. I am sharing the patterns I used, what fabrics and where I got them from and talk about the logic behind each collection and why I designed it.
Chapter 5 is a contribution from my lovely friend, Hattie, who is showing you key pieces for your maternity wardrobe. She wore only handmade clothes during her second pregnancy, so she offers lots of suggestions not only on maternity patterns, but also ideas on how to use non-maternity ones and hack them to take you during your nine month journey and after that.
Now, you might be thinking that sewing is just a hobby and you don’t need to be so strict about what to sew.
You are right. But, don’t forget that sewing clothes you never wear or clothes that don’t fit your lifestyle is not only a waste of your precious time, but also waste of money. It is also not very sustainable to sew loads of garments that have no purpose. Isn’t it better to put your money and effort towards something you”ll actually enjoy and love?
If I still haven’t convinced you, here’s what a few people that read my book said about it:
So, if you think this book is for you, don’t delay any longer. You can buy it today 10% OFF until Sunday by clicking here.
You will instantly receive the book in PDF form in your e-mail, right after you place your order.
Are you ready to sew your dream wardrobe?
Let’s do it!