Monthly Archives: June 2014

Rebozos: Weaving stories at the Fashion and Textile Museum

Yesterday I went to London’s Fashion and Textile Museum’s exhibition, “Made in Mexico: The Rebozo in Art, Culture and Fashion”. For those of you who haven’t visited the Fashion and Textile Museum, it’s well worth a visit if you are in … Continue reading

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Making my own clothes: how a year of not buying clothes changed my views

Making my own clothes (and garments for other people) is really important to me. While my handknitted garments look handmade rather than shop-bought, I still think that making my own clothes brings certain advantages over buying them in the shops.  I can choose the … Continue reading

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