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bpSewvember

I don’t think I’ve ever gone this long between blog posts.  I have still been sewing, and as a result have plenty of blog posts to write, but don’t seem to have found the motivation to actually get them out of my head and onto the internet.  However, I did participate in #bpSewvember over on Instagram, which was a terrific sewing-themed meme run by the lovely Amanda of Bimble and Pimble.  Each day had a word to prompt a photo.  I thought that those of you who don’t follow me on Instagram might be interested in seeing the photos that I took for each day.  So this will be a very photo-heavy blog post! I’m leaving it to you to figure out why I took each photo for each prompt.

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1. Three facts.

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2. Like a boss.

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3. Inside.

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4. Inspiration.

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5. WiP.

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6. Slow or Fast.

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7. Stash.

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8. Why sew? #bpSewvember

9. Game changer.

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10. View.

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11. Tools.

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12. Community.

#bpSewvember day 12 - Community. Photo copyright www.BaliWellnessRetreat.com

13. Style.

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14. Help!

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15. Heirloom.

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16. UFO.

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17. Print or plain.

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18. Dream project.

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19. Workhorse.

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20. Tried and true.

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21. Best part.

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22. The vault.

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23. Essentials.

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24. Skill up.

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25. Oh no!

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26. Best make.

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27. Detail.

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28. Sewing space. (this is a short video)

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29. Confession.

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30. Next up.

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Huge thanks go to Amanda for running the meme – I didn’t originally intend to take part but really enjoyed the entire month. While the rest of life kept me very busy I could still participate in my favourite hobby – sewing.

Now it’s time for me to get onto some of those well overdue blog posts!

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8 thoughts on “bpSewvember

  1. I thought I was the only one Lara! I too have been a bit negligent with my sewing posts but life and family get in the way which is exactly the way it should be. I have thoroughly enjoyed bpsewvember as well. I am looking forward to seeing what has been in your blogging queue. All in good time of course!

  2. I loved following you on the Gram for bpSewvember! Personally I think it’s easier to take a picture, write a few lines, hashtag it and post to Instagram. Blog posts take a lot of time and since commenting is down I’m wondering how many people are reading these days?

  3. I love all of your posts for Sewvember, especially Number 21, the picture of your girls! I so totally agree, but my main inspiration for my sewing is my grandchildren: two boys and two girls. I also love to quilt. I’m going to have to subscribe to your Instagram page!

  4. Love this post and your pictures! I don’t know that I got the connection everytime but didn’t matter. Favs: I think this is the first time I’ve heard your voice – :). and the pictures of your daughters. As always thank you for sharing your life.

  5. Hello, Love your post. \I have a sewing room like yours but not enough light. Do you own a coverstitch machine?\ Can you please show the progress of the lovely multicoloured coat you made and the pattern. Where do you get the tracing paper please. Thankyou Beautiful work. Venora Smith Melbourne

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