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|Wolf bag, Skirt and matching clutch, beautiful bag|
Let’s talk about sewing:
When did you start and who taught you to sew?
Do you consider yourself a beginner, intermediate or professional sewer?
Which three tips would you give a beginner sewer?
For whom do you sew?
How often do you sew?
What fabric type(s) do you like most to sew with?
Do you have any real life sewing friends?
You blog at mirid. I’m curious to hear a little bit about your blog:
When and why did you start to blog?
How often do you blog? How much time do you spend each day/week blogging?
Do you plan your sewing, picture taking and blog posts in advance or do you just let things happen?
What are the three two sewn (and blogged) items that you are most proud about or that you yourself like most? Show us some pictures (with links)!
|Ribbon shirt, Mayana skirt|
Do you make money with your blog or do you have any sewing related business (e.g. Etsy or dawanda shop; pattern shop)? Do you have tips for someone wanting to start a blog business?
Taking Pictures and editing these is an important part of blogging. Good pictures are often what make us want to visit a blog again and again. Unfortunately, I only have a compact camera (and two kids that rather want to play with their friends than take pics). I’m excited to read what camera you are using and if you have to bribe your kids, too…
What Camera and Objective do you use?
What is your skill level in photography? Did you learn everything yourself or did you take a course or similar?
How do you get your kids to cooperate when you want to take pictures?
What programme do you use for picture editing and which steps do you normally take to edit your pictures?
What would blogging be without other blogs? I’m always on the hunt for new inspiring blogs. And I love to get in contact with people from different countries. Who knows maybe you have some blog favourites that I don’t know about?
Do you follow any blogs that are written in another language?
Thanks a lot for taking the time to answer my questions!
And now let’s get sewing! I’m curious to see your signature tee!
Thanks a lot Miri for visiting my blog.
And everybody, come back next week to see what Sophie from C’est la vie has to say.