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Sew organised style- listen to people just like you.
We'll cover sewing, style and interview people who are the backbone of our sewing community and provide you with reputable organisations you can go to for help when you need it. Go to our website: https://seworganisedstylepodcast.com/
There will be evolving playlist series as we find experts with gems of information and resources to keep you creative.
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Meet Jen Hogg

Meet Jen Hogg

2020-11-2533:54

Jen is from Glasgow and you may also know she was on the Great British Sewing Bee Series 5! Series 5 was run in 2019. Jen has been contributing to the Sewover50 community with her sewing creations and guests posts. You’ll love Jen’s Hogg hacks. Jen talked about her experience on the Great British Sewing Bee series 5 and how this experience gave her much more sewing confidence and some very accomplished sewing friends that she continues to keep in contact with. Make sure you catch up with all the Sewover50 podcasts here. 
Gabby fitting tips

Gabby fitting tips

2020-11-2313:131

Gabby Brown walks us through her fitting tips based on her industry experience with commercial clothes fitting. Make sure you listen to Gabby's podcast more than once so you get the chance to note her fitting tips, especially if you have to fit yourself.  Gabby is the Sewcialists sewing technical guru, who we know as Dear Gabby. She writes the well-researched technical blog posts for the Sewcialists that you can always rely on. Don't forget you can always contact the Sewcialists with your technical questions and feedback. Sewcialists is a growing sewing blog for everyone. Listen to the Sewcialists podcasts library. New podcasts every Tuesday!
ASG Monday Nov 2020

ASG Monday Nov 2020

2020-11-2208:23

Louise Sparrow, Chair of the Australian Sewing Guild is back for her last planned podcast for 2020. There may be more before 2020 comes to a close but for now Louise and the Board are taking a well earned break based on this year's monthly sewing challenges and online sewing workshops. December's challenge is to sew a Christmas stocking. It's that simple. Go to town and be as creative as you want in this challenge. Leave no notion unused and dive into your stash to create the Christmas stocking you want Santa to fill. There is a random draw prize so no judging will take place. Everyone is a winner. You have to be in it to win it.
Jo from Haptic and Hue

Jo from Haptic and Hue

2020-11-1923:22

Jo Andrews started the Haptic and Hue website to think about the hidden hands behind textiles and the way in which they are a detective story you can hold. Jo felt useless at sewing at school, totally useless. She became a radio reporter and then TV News reporter for BBC and ITN, and covered so many horrible places, Northern Ireland, War in former Yugoslavia, and lots of politics. Jo then went to New Zealand and learnt to weave at night school. She absolutely loved it. While Jo was in New Zealand she also worked as journalist all over the Pacific. You'll learn more about Jo on this podcast episode and you will absolutely love listening to the well written and researched stories on Haptic and Hue podcast.
Meet Ceesews

Meet Ceesews

2020-11-1817:13

Did you start sewing the same as Cee did? Cee started using her mother's sewing machine when her parents would go out grocery shopping. She wasn't supposed to touch her mother's sewing machine at all. Ceesews is today's @Sewover50 podcast guest. She discusses how she really learned her sewing skills through 4H. Now that Cee has done her first podcast, she's enjoying how she's able to use technology to share her love of sewing. Cee is now a Minerva Maker. Make sure you catch up with all the Sewover50 podcasts here. 
Meet Charlotte

Meet Charlotte

2020-11-1717:48

2020 has been a huge year for Charlotte. Charlotte is a keen sewing community contributor. 2020 has seen her organise the Sewing Weekender and SewBrum to be online. Charlotte has also been a member of the Sewcialists community. From Christmas 2020 Charlotte will launch her first pattern under her design name Charlotte Emma patterns. Congratulations Charlotte on such a huge year!
Meet Christopher

Meet Christopher

2020-11-1613:28

Christopher is one of the new volunteer Sewcialists editors and he also researches cell biology. What you'll hear is that he has dreams/aspirations of doing pattern designing and high fashion garment construction. You'll find Christopher at #sandiegosews #menwhosew #dopemensew #sew #sewist #sewchicanx #chicanxsews #sewqueer #guyswhosew It's safe to say Christopher is enjoying his love of sewing and he's looking to give back to the sewing community through his volunteer work with Sewcialists. Sewcialists is a sewing blog for everyone.
Meet Selinaam05

Meet Selinaam05

2020-11-1216:00

Selina in Amsterdam, also know on IG as Selinaam05, learnt sashiko via others on social media and now she creates geometric animal designs using sashiko. Selina has been featured on Mending Mayhem podcasts and is a guest on Mending Mayhem. Go back and listen to previous Mending Mayhem podcasts and Sewing Save podcasts so you can hear from people in the sewing community who share their hobbies and their creativity.
Jayne Raven

Jayne Raven

2020-11-1138:34

Jayne Wright says that being part of Sewover50 is like having 'fabric penpals'. You'll know her as Janyeraven  There's a very local story about how Jane's IG name came about. Jane may have only started sewing 2 years ago but you'll appreciate why she decided to become sewing obsessed. Jayne created her own local sewover20 group with her daughter and their friends. She will reuse fabrics etc where possible but Jayne will by her fabrics locally and she sources wool from Yorkshire or New Zealand. Make sure you follow The Sewing Resistance, run by Jayne, Vintage Tina and Steinmakes. They're a global textile project giving a voice to hopes and dreams. Make sure you read about Arpilleras too.
Grading with Gabby

Grading with Gabby

2020-11-0914:27

Gabby Brown is back sharing her knowledge and experience of pattern grading in a easy to understand way. She touches on the background of grading and a few good points that both home sewists and pattern designers will find very useful. You'll have a few 'a ha' moments as you listen in. Having to grade patterns can make the best of us hesitant but Gabby makes this technical topic understandable so you can start venturing into more grading research for yourself. Gabby is the Sewcialists sewing technical guru, who we know as Dear Gabby. She writes the well-researched technical blog posts for the Sewcialists that you can always rely on. Don't forget you can always contact the Sewcialists with your technical questions and feedback. Sewcialists is a growing sewing blog for everyone. Listen to the Sewcialists podcasts library. New podcasts every Tuesday!
November ASG events

November ASG events

2020-11-0810:28

Louise Sparrow, Chair of the Australian Sewing Guild is back to tell us about a special online couture sewing presentation bought to you by Kenneth D King. In this 90 minute presentation, Kenneth teaches us how to sew couture strap seams via Zoom. This presentation will also be available for 2 weeks after the presentation. You can go back and hear Kenneth D King who was on ASG Monday last week. There are 2 more online workshops this month. You can finesse your skills when sewing a lined vent. You can also learn how to sew in an easy-sew collar stand. This workshop and previous online workshops will help members to put their new sewing skills into practice for the November challenge - Stitch a Shirt.  Everyone's invited to join these events. Make sure you never miss an ASG Monday podcast.
Katrine of Mending Mayhem is back to share her mending embroidery techniques. She is a firm believer to 'mend don't spend'. Katrine has written a paper about 4 embroidery techniques she uses to walk us through each technique and the fun you can have mending. She is very honest to say that she uses techniques in the way that adds to her creations. The transcript is on her podcast blog post. Katrine uses local resources so she doesn't contribute to landfill. She's also enjoying mending by hand these days. Katrine also talks about many global menders that she follows. Katrine has a few podcasts under her belt now and you can go back an catch up on her previous episodes.
Saremy SewSewlive

Saremy SewSewlive

2020-11-0429:03

You may already be a fan of Saremy Duffy through her live stream tutorial via Sewsewlive . She found Sewover50 when she started using Instagram and she's found how honest, open and supportive the Sewover50 community really is. Saremy talks about her sewing goals and they're very specific as she lives in a fire prone area. Her go-to bag sewing is fascinating. We also discuss the November Sewover50 challenge to support small businesses this month. This challenge is sponsored by Linton Tweeds with 3 prizes and you can use 'sewover50' discount code for the month of November to get 15% off the price of their online fabrics. 
PDF pattern wish list

PDF pattern wish list

2020-11-0217:22

Gabby Brown is back discussing the latest sewing pattern wish list both Gabby posted on Sewcialists blog and the sewing community's pdf pattern wish list. Gabby is the technical guru of the Sewcialists team so when Gabby describes pdf patterns as the Wild West of sewing patterns, you'll be nodding your head as you listen to her points of view. Have you read and contributed what your pdf pattern wishes are?  Make sure you leave your comments on this blog posts by Gabby on Sewcialists. Catch up with all of Gabby's podcasts here. Stay listening to every Sewcialists Tuesday podcast here too.
Kenneth D King

Kenneth D King

2020-11-0146:47

Kenneth D King is managing his anxiety by sewing Barbie clothes and you'll also hear his story and how having a library of sewing patterns that fit are what he recommends for people who love to sew. Kenneth is running a live workshop for the Australian Sewing Guild on 14 November. This workshop recording will be available until 28 November so you can still book in and watch it. Make sure you keep up to date through every ASG podcast each week.
#BPsewvember

#BPsewvember

2020-10-2919:45

#bpsewvember started in 2014 and Amanda used her personal experience of feeling isolated in a new city to develop this # for others to connect with sewists online. We've all come to use # for challenges and to see inspiring makes and each year Amanda takes the time to help everyone get involved in the way that suits them best. This year #bpsevember runs from 1 to 7 November so go to Bimble and Pimble to see this year's templates to get your sewjo going. Lurking is allowed and only get involved if you feel comfortable to share how you interpret each day's prompts.
Jen Legg_TeesCreatives

Jen Legg_TeesCreatives

2020-10-2822:18

Jen is a 50 something creative girl with a total obsession for florals and jumpsuits. Hurdles are those things in life that make Jen create a better outcome for herself and her family. She now happily combines her hairdressing career with her passion for sewing and teaches in her wonderful building she bought at the age of 23. Make sure you join Sewover50 on instagram and continue to keep the over 50s visible in the sewing community.
Sewing community posts

Sewing community posts

2020-10-2607:59

This week Chloe Read, the Australian Editor for Sewcialists runs through this week's blog posts and talks about Renee and Kerry joining the temporary editor team in November. Keep an eye out for Gillian's tee post. You'll love the variety of tees she has made. As October is breast cancer awareness month, you have to read the post written by Alibobs.  
The Australian Sewing Guild's October sewing challenge uses Charm Patterns by Gertie Harlow Pajamas. The Harlow pajama pattern by Gertie was sponsored by B&J Fabrics to give back to the sewing community. These are a ’30s-inspired pajamas designed to be made in something slinky for optimum glamour. Alternatively go ahead and choose a fun cotton for a beachy retro vibe that suits our upcoming Summer conditions. Gertie talks about how she has been adapting to the challenges of 2020 and there are more Charm pattern works to come including another free pattern.
Meet Uli

Meet Uli

2020-10-2213:09

You'll find Uli or schneckstein on Instagram, creating amazing mending on an amazing array of textiles. Uli lives in Kunststopfen, Kassel in Germany where she creates visible mends with such beauty. Uli has been featured in the Wednesday collage posted by Mending Mayhem's Katrine. Uli uses embroidery, crotchet and weaving techniques to embellish that various mends she accomplishes each week. Her love of mending began when she 4 years old and her mother taught her the importance of making sure you buy good quality goods and extend their life through mending. Thank you Uli for being a guest on the Sewing Save Series.
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