Sewing Superstar: Rosemary Mornings

It’s time for me to introduce you to our next Sewing Superstar! (Learn more about this fun series HERE.)

Today’s Sewing Superstar is Leslie of Rosemary Mornings. Leslie is an excellent seamstress and her blog is fun to read. She tells the stories behind the clothing she makes and shares the occasional photo of projects-in-progress, which I always love because it gives us a little peek behind the scenes. I actually know Leslie in real life because she came to one of the weekend garment workshops I hosted at my studio in Ann Arbor last year (she was one of the first people to try out my Josephine sewing pattern before it was even released). It wasn’t until after we’d met that I started following her online, and it’s been so fun to read about the clothing she makes!

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Leslie sews mostly for her cute kiddos but also for herself, and the photos she posts on Flickr often catch my eye. I love the fabric combos she used in the Geranium Dress (top right) and Charlie Tunic (bottom right).

You can follow Leslie online on your social media platform of choice:
Rosemary Mornings Blog / Pinterest / Flickr

For more projects, check out the Josephine Sewing Pattern Pool, Geranium Sewing Pattern Pool, and Flashback Skinny Tee Pool on Flickr; and search on Instagram for the tags #josephinepattern, #geraniumdress, #flashbackskinnytee#flashbacktee, #raemademedoit, and #madebyrae.

It inspires me so much to see what you are making with my patterns. Please add your photos to the photo pool(s) or tag your pics with #raemademedoit or #madebyrae so I can see what you’re making. I’m excited to feature more Sewing Superstars here soon!

3 thoughts on “Sewing Superstar: Rosemary Mornings

  1. Thank you so much for featuring me, Rae. I feel like a real celebrity!
    I have such a blast sewing your patterns — and I’m so grateful to have this platform to learn so much from all the amazing bloggers out there, as well as to be able to share what I’m sewing, too.
    Can’t wait to tackle the new Beatrix, too!

  2. I shared a pizza and some great conversation with Leslie at that sewing workshop! It’s so fun to see what she’s made since then…

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