Tuesday, 13 March 2018

Sew on the Go: a Maker’s Journey


Hello Mobile Makery friends!

I miss my blog! So I’m going to start updating it again with further tales from The Mobile Makery aka Bambi. Bambi has been very busy since I last posted here, but I’ve mainly been updating via my Facebook page Mary Jane Makes & her Mobile Makery.

However, for those of you who’d like to have more fulsome blog updates - then I’m bringing them back. Where else do I really have the chance to share my exploits in detail? First up, is exciting news about the new book I’m publishing with UNBOUND.

Sew on the Go: a Maker’s Journey is going to be a beautiful creative travel book. It’s all about the journey Bambi and I made around Europe in 2015 - the very journey that I talked about in this blog. In addition, there’ll be a special ‘cut out and keep’ travelling wardrobe section - an extra chapter showing you how to sew a selection of chic and cheap upcycled outfits for stylishly hitting the road!

The book is being crowdfunded - and I’m well on the way to getting it out there. If you’d like to learn more about the book and buy an advance copy (or one of the many other fabulous treats on offer) then please click on this link. There’s a fab video on there too! https://unbound.com/books/sew-on-the-go/




2 comments:

  1. Hi just a random contact, as Ive just read your lovely article in Mollie Makes mag, and as you like 1940's things i thought id tell you about a fab local event that happens yearly at Stoke Bruerne, called Village at War weekend. It's too late for you this year prob as it's on this weekend but maybe of interest to you another year. There's also a fab 1940's tea room in Wellingborough called The Blitz, plays the WW radio & siren whilst your having a cuppa! Just thought you might like to know about them in case your in those areas :-) Keep on making...Emma

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