We’ve loved following along with your projects for our Sew Your Birth Year mini challenge which finished last Sunday.
We spotted projects inspired by the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, and 90s, and we’re sharing some of them below.
Featuring projects by @magmaeyo/ / @make_it_sewing/ / @oh.sew.renee/ / @collapsing.stars/ / @aurelieroux/ / @lisa_bestdetective/ / @shanski.gee/ / @crafty_alibobs/ / @kestrelmakes/ / @thesewcraftybaker/ / @sophy_sews_hk/ / @englishgirlathome/ / @gilliancrafts/ / @monkeysocksk/ / @chrichrimano/ / @yellowdoormakes/ / @modicumsew/ / @anniebeeknits/ / @thriftina_nyc/
Featuring projects by @ninkyphx/ / @cera.bee/ / @pfont/ / @sew_what73/ / @workhorsepatterns/ / @divinedita/ / @hagardashery/ / @sewitcurly/ / @chlo_thing/ / @sewmelwyk/ / @_rose_brown/ / @jaxx.of.all.trades/ / @waterg18/ / @sew_op_makerspace/ / @leila_sews/ / @sewnicdid/ / @grosgraingreen/
Thanks so much for joining in and we hope you’ve found inspiration to sew projects inspired by the 1950s to the 1990s!
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