. . . . . . A place to contribute, exchange tips and ideas and find further info on the LDC group on Meetup.


This blog is a members blog, written by members for members. We hope that as many people as possible will contribute to the blog. The more individual voices that are represented, the better it is.  If you don't think you have an entire blog post in you, how about commenting? That would also be a wonderful contribution. We would like lost of posts about all sorts of things.  Examples include:
  • projects (past, present and future)
  • sewing techniques
  • tutorials
  • write-ups of events
  • descriptions of good shops
  • a link to a website that has something interesting to say (and why you liked it)
  • a summary of sewing blog/s
  • ...
    and anything else you can think of.

    The aim is to post all sorts of content which will be useful, interesting and helpful to the members of the London Dressmakers Club.

    We started a Glossary that you should be able to link to if you want. Please feel free to add to it.

    We welcome links to other websites that add to the subject you write about. Links to commercial sites because of sales, promotions and discounts are great too. If you want to link to a commercial site for another reason which is not closely related to usefulness to the LDC members then please check with the organisers.  

    The only thing to avoid are posts that are off-topic and have nothing to do with sewing; and we would also ask you to discuss first with the organisers and other members if you want to suggest changes to the way the blog is run. The general 'rules' right now are really loose (right what you would like, as long as it's about sewing) and we want to make it as easy as possible to contribute.

    LDC organisers reserve the right to remove posts and comments. If you feel that a post or comment was removed unfairly then please talk to us.

    How does this sound? Do you have any comment or query?

    1 comment:

    1. Sorry I haven't been coming to the meetings. I wish I had more time. But I have been following your blog and loving it. I am really sewing a lot now and I'm upgrading myself from a Horn Cub Plus sewing cabinet to a Nova so that I can have my machine and overlocker both handy. And my 91 year old mum, bless her, has let me have her lovely Janome JEM Platinum 720 sewing machine which she bought in 2008 and hardly used because her eyesight has failed, she has age-related macular degeneration :-( If anyone wants to buy my almost mint condition Cub cabinet please contact me. It is on Ebay but if I get an offer from someone in the club I will take it off.


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