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June 12, 2012


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Yeay Joanne, so excited to see you featured here - and quite rightly too! Love all of your makes :)


What a lovely interview. I loved scrolling down and seeing photos of so many of Joanne's lovely clothes in one post. I can't believe Joanne calls herself a beginner either, but I think she's so right about how the learning curve just continues with every single garment made (that's as exhausting as it is exhilerating), which I think contributes to many of us feeling like beginners, even with a wardrobe bulging full of handmade clothes.

I'm very flattered that you recommended my tutorials - thank you, Joanne. x


So excited about reading/ I love Joanne stuff and she is a sweetheart in person x


Hooray! I'm such a fan of Joanna's work and blog, so thanks so much for featuring her!

Karen Helm

Simply wonderful interview! Joanne's charming personality and her sewing wisdom (which I mean sincerely!) came through beautifully!


I'm a big fan of Joanne's too, so lovely to read all about her sewing background. I love the clothes she makes. X


Yay Joanne! So nice to see you featured; it's well deserved :)

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