A few months ago, I’d been toying with the idea of purchasing some custom clothing labels to tzusj up my handmade items. I’d seen reviews around the blogosphere, including What Katie Sews and Diary of a Chainstitcher, but hadn’t taken the plunge mainly because I wasn’t sure what design I wanted or which company to go with. So when Dutch Label Shop, based in the US, got in touch and asked if I wanted to test out their product, it couldn’t have come at a better time so I jumped at the chance! Read on for how I found them, plus a discount for my readers.
Well, I only went and did a vlog, didn’t I? Just a couple o’ things before I share the link:
- Completely forgot to actually introduce myself. And not my background or my blog; my actual name! So yeah, I’m Jen.
- Not sure if the music is a little too loud compared with the rest of the audio, so do let me know and I can turn it down.
Hope you enjoy! 😀
Howdy partners! How are you today? How are we already a week into May?! This year is just speeding along!
Time for me to share my Me-Made-May progress with you. Must say, six days in and I’m pretty pleased so far. Let’s break it down.
Here we are again, albeit after an interlude. Plenty of sewing goodness from around the interwebs to share with you today, certainly not all of it but some of my favourites. I’ve certainly been doing a lot of swooning.
A few days later than planned — mainly just due to being incredibly busy at work! — but I’m back for another mostly sewing related round-up. There’s been so much going on around the place; the sewing-community-place, that I’ve struggled to keep up, never mind choose! I’ve certainly been swooning a lot. Also, since we had Halloween, I thought I’d add a category for that plus a new Fabric category too.