WTF?

I’ve been reading sewing blogs for probably over a year now and I’ve really enjoyed it and found them helpful. The sewing blog community, and in fact the wider sewing community seems to be very helpful and supportive. That said, I initially struggled to work out what a lot of the acronyms are! I have worked in several different sectors and there has been more than one occasion in my career where one half of the meeting attendees have assumed that an acronym means one thing, whereas the other half of the meeting attendees believe it to be something completely different. Jargon, therefore, is something I’m keen to make sense of!Continue reading

65 Open Tabs on my Phone

As I’ve said before, I read sewing blogs quite a lot. I find them really interesting and useful for finding out techniques, patterns and ways of dealing with those little gotcha’s that the less experienced sewist doesn’t quite know how to handle. I very rarely find that the latest post someone has written is directly relevant to my current issue, but sometimes I am wondering how to tackle something, and hurrah, my brain comes up trumps and reminds me that a few months ago I read something about this and how to tackle it! I tend to read blogs on my phone on the train, and unfortunately the best way for me to remember all the blogs I like is to keep each one open in a different tab. I don’t tend to subscribe to blogs, as the notification that a new post is up means that I get on and read that post immediately – that means that when I’m on the train with nothing else to do I’ve read all the blog posts! Unfortunately the browser on my (rather old) smartphone has a tendency to crash, and as such, on a fairly regular basis, I need to try and remember all the sewing blogs I like.Continue reading