Thursday, 1 August 2013

Minerva Blogging Network

You may have seen on a couple of other sewing blogs that the Minerva Crafts Blogger Network has just officially launched. Yippee! And I'm very excited to confirm that I'm one of the bloggers in the network! 

The way the Blogger Network works is that every month we're each given a generous budget and are allowed to choose whatever we like from the 1000's of craft products on the Minerva Crafts website. Sound good? Yes, I thought so too! We then have to create our projects each month which are shared on the Minerva Blogger Network site, on our own blogs and on the Minerva craft community website Look What I've Made.  Whatever we choose for our projects each month is also made up into little kits which are available to purchase. 

And just look at the company I'm in!! 


The other bloggers are:
Anna from Paunnet
Clare from Sew Dixie Lou
Kathryn from Yes I Made That
Rachel from House of Pinheiro
Shivani from Pins and Needles 
and last but not least... Winnie from Scruffy Badger Time!

It's such a wonderful concept, I'm really flattered and delighted to be part of this network at the start. The best bit is that we really can make whatever we like. So even though this will be a great opportunity to acquire a few patterns from my wish list and sew them up, I've also got a couple of craft projects up my sleeve, along with a tutorial for a super easy item of clothing.  Look out for my first post which goes live on Friday 23rd August where I'll be making a weather appropriate sundress!

Thank you so much Minerva Crafts for inviting me to be part of such an exciting challenge. And thank you also to Rachel from House of Pinheiro who helped mastermind the whole thing. Is there anything that woman can't do? Answer: no!

I promise my next post will involve gingham! x 

11 comments:

  1. Yay! Congrats! This sounds like a lot of fun, and I'm sure ill learn a thing or two by looking at what you make!

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  2. This is so exciting Jane, congrats and I can't wait to see your creations!

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  3. Congratulations!!! Looking forward to the gingham-tastic post!

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    1. Sorry, the autocorrect messed my comment. There is no way we would miss the opportunity to have such a creative talent as yourself

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  5. How cool, looking forward to seeing what you do and being able to purchase all the items easily if I want to do it. Congrats!

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  6. Congratulations. Sounds pretty exciting!

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