Sewing Indie Month (SIM) is a month-long celebration of indie sewing patterns and the people who sew them. The month is packed full of fun interviews and informative tutorials. It also includes a sewalong contest with exciting prizes and has grown to include bundle sales, where you can get select patterns at outrageously low prices.

I just made the skirt from Maison Fleur.
This pattern is part of the Sewing indie Month bundle sale.

What’s special about this sale is that you get to decide how much you’re going to pay and 20% of proceeds go to the charity Women for Women!

Maison Fleur Skirt
It is a very fun pattern, very good instruction. This skirt would be a very good pattern for people who want to improve their skill in sewing curve, angles bias!

I made it in linen which made the perfect skirt for these last very hot summer days in San Francisco Bay Area.

Sewing Indie Month


I often sew while writing. Stitch, scribble notes, stitch, scribble notes. I read once that Jane Austin sewed when she needed to untangle a knot in a story plot. That advice has helped me unravel many plots, find just the right word, simply relax the part of my brain that was overworking a story.

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