As part of MMMay in 2019 and 2020, I’ve set various goals for myself- this year, I’m wondering what I can do to challenge myself! Last year to celebrate MMMay I founded FatSewing.Club (and the @fatsewing.club instagram account) where I could share fat makers sharing under the MMMayPlus hashtag, which I had kick-started the year…… Continue reading MMMayFat2021
For Me Made May this year, I pledged to take photos of my outfits and not repeat any outfits and I mostly managed to make good on those aims, apart from on the weekends when I would often wear lounge-wear for most of the weekend whilst sewing or cooking. I found the month much easier…… Continue reading What I learnt from MMMayPlus2020
Left, Willandra Pants with a RTW sweater and McLean & Co scarf, Right a Torrens Box Top and pleated wool Glebe Pants I think my main takeaway from week 2 of Me Made May is how much my indecision about shoes slows down getting dressed in the morning. Since I’ve been working from home, I…… Continue reading Week 2 of MMMayPlus2020
My aim for Me Made May this year is to keep track of my outfits and not repeat an outfit. I’m hoping that this will help me identify items I wear a lot, gaps in my wardrobe and new combinations of my existing clothes. Above, Willandra Pants and a hacked Torrens Box Top, both Muna…… Continue reading Week 1 of MMMayPlus2020
This Me Made May I’ll be taking part by wearing mostly me-made clothes for the month of May and endeavouring to avoid a single repeat outfit. I’ll also be sharing pictures, sketches or flat-lays of my outfits and using #MMMayPlus2020 Last year for MMMay I did manage to wear me made clothes for the month…… Continue reading #MMMayPlus2020
Maybe you’ve signed up for Me-Made-May this year and you’re wondering how on earth you’re going to “wear” a handmade item every day. Or maybe you just like to make your own stuff. Here are a few free accessories sewing patterns, or ‘free patterns that you can sneak into your Me-Made-May since you wear them…… Continue reading MMMay Hacks or Free accessories patterns
Since I started a public Instagram account in January, I’ve decided to go in boots and all and commit myself to Me Made May. In addition to wearing at least 1 handmade item per day this May, I will also finish all my current works-in-progress items (which is shamefully large). I’ve enjoyed following along with…… Continue reading My first Me-Made-May!