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I've been hosting my own 
Refashion Month Series
Check them out

I have started like this:
Mostly as a self challenge to get at least 4 refashions in a month. 


Then the idea grew and we had a month of guests in 2013, amazing guests I would say:

Max California - Alida Makes - Feather's Flights - Nelesc Designs - Threading my Way - Serger Pepper - Refashionista - Mammy Made - Carissa Knits - Do Guincho Sewing Mamma RaeAnna - Made with Love by HulibugWinter Wonderings Wanderings & Whatnot - Theresa's To do's MellySews Mikelina Makes - Charity Shop Chic Sew Chibi - Wunderbar Life - Boy, Oh Boy, Oh Boy


Click HERE to see 2013's wrap up!

In 2014 something new came along the way... a winter edition in January. 

Again, I was so happy and honoured to have so many talented guests... 

Max California  - Elegance & Elephants Feather's Flights - Threading my Way - Thrifting, Crafting, Personalizing - The Adventures of Lauren - Call Ajaire - Paisley Roots (or Zafarani) - Things for Boys - Feeling Kinda Thrifty - Falafel & the Bee - Googiemomma - Kid Approved - Gladness of Heart - Sew Country Chick - I Seam Stressed - Carissa Knits -  S is for Sewing - Shaffer Sisters - Naptime Crafters Foster Ramblings - Sewing Mamma RaeAnna 


Click HERE to see 2014's (January) wrap up!

My guests:
Giggles & Beans - Nest full of Eggs Friends Stitched Together - The Lachman Collection Sew Straight & Gather - FABulous Home Sewn Skirt Fixation - Swoodson Says - Gracious Threads - Sews n Bows - Carissa Knits - Sew Shelly Sew - Hamilton Chicklets Climbing the Willow - Serger Pepper - xoxo Grandma - Threading My Way - Sara Made - The Land of K.A

Click HERE to see 2014's (July) wrap up!


My guests: 
Day 1 - Day 2 - Day 3 - Day 4 - Day 5

Click links above to see 2015's (January) entries!


Coming Soon:

Guests list


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