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January 02, 2011


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Erica B.

I'll definitely look into that vintage pattern. And yes, I was tall and gangly!


I love hearing about how my favorite sewing bloggers started their sewing journeys. Can't wait to see who you feature next.


How interesting and inspiring! Thanks to both of you for this interview

Something in the Way She Sews

What a fantastic idea for a new series, I can't wait to read more.


Erica B! You are my sewing hero. seriously. I love your "You can do it!" attitude and your sassy style. I look forward to your project posts.

Patricia Brown

Thank you Erica for a wonderful interview. I found myself chuckling as I read about how you sewed an outfit completely on the wrong side. That happened to me a couple of times two! Thank you Blue Gardenia for sharing with us. Happy Sewing in 2011. I love to sew!!!!


Thank you for a wonderful interview! Erica's was one of the first sewing blogs I found and although it is totally inspiring to me as a beginner, it felt a little out of my league - so it is wonderful to hear such encouraging words for us beginners from such an accomplished lady! 'Just do it!' is fast becoming my motto with sewing! And yes, isn't she absolutely stunning?!! Great interview.

Amy O

I thoroughly enjoyed this post, and reading about Erica's sewing adventures is super-inspiring. One of my resolutions is to sew more, and as a beginner, Erica's style and encouragement are just the boost I needed. Thank you!

Claire (aka Seemane)

What a lovely new series - thank you for posting these interesting articles for us Denise! And thank you to Erica for sharing her sewing-beginnings :)


Brilliant! Love the new series! And Erica is a style and sewing inspiration.


What a great article and its always a joy to read about other sewists beginnings.

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