Sewing for the changing seasons blog tour
Fashion, Lifestyle, Sewing

August 2018 Blog Tour

Welcome to our very first blog tour! We’re beyond excited to have you here.

We are going on an adventure with some of our brand ambassador’s blogs to discover just how versatile the Rebecca Page patterns are! This blog tour is all about Turning the Page: Sewing for the Changing Seasons.

Sewing for teh changing seasons

The talented BAs have, put together a gorgeous collection of excellence. Following along on the blog tour will show you the perfect ways to transition from summer to fall, and winter to spring by sewing your own wardrobes. We have hacks, mashes, hints, tips, and (of course!) giveaways!

Let’s get started!

Please visit all the stops on our Turning the Page: Sewing for the Changing Seasons Blog Tour. Don’t forget to comment on the blogs each day and enter a Rafflecopter giveaway for a chance to win some fantastic prizes from our sponsors!

Sewing for the changing seasons

Your stops along the tour:

  1. 20 August: Sewjourns, Soul fed on Thread
  2. 21 August: Sarcastic Sewist, PatchWitch, Flaxfield Sewing by Anca
  3. 22 August: Princesse et Tresors, Bellephant, The Scatty Sewer
  4. 23 August: BigFlyNotions, Stitched by Jennie, Millie’s Place Handmade
  5. 24 August: Sweet Sprocket, Australian Sewing, Advice & Inspiration, The Sewing Unicorn
  6. 25 August: LIVIALITY, Diskordia’s Curvy Sewing, Simply Kyra
  7. 26 August: Seams So Lo, Middle River Studio, Jot Designs

PS: Seweird is offering readers 15% off everything in the shop (excluding pre-orders). Use the discount code RP15 at checkout on their website for the duration of this tour (August 20 – August 26).


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About Bronwyn Westmore

I am a massive word nerd and English is my first love; reading books and collecting dictionaries rank quite high on my To Do List (after sewing aaaaalllll the things, obviously).My favourite dinosaur is a Thesaurus, I'm a firm believer in the Oxford comma, and I think it's nice that Voldemort always waited until the end of the school year to launch an attack on Harry. Despite all his flaws, Voldemort obviously cared about education.I'm a work-from-home dog mom (Harry Potter and Dark Vega) and I basically live on social media, write a bunch of stuff, and drink copious amounts of tea.Sewing and social media in one beautiful package are my happy place!

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20 thoughts on “August 2018 Blog Tour

  1. Debbie says:

    Fabulous can’t wait to see all the creations

  2. Kristin Rohde says:

    This is such a wonderful idea! I love seeing how the patterns can be transformed in multiple ways!

  3. Christianne McCall says:

    Bubble Berry Pants are on my sewing table right now! I LOVE that pattern!

    1. Bronwyn Westmore says:

      How wonderful! Please share pics with us all when you’ve finished sewing them up 🙂

  4. Christianne McCall says:

    Berry Bubble pants are on my sewing table now! For me!

  5. sewquilt says:

    This is going to be a fun journey!

  6. Judith Shear says:

    Day one and loving this already!

  7. Kimberly Dyndiuk says:

    How fun!! Always appreciate the motivation!

  8. Tamara says:

    This is fantastic Rebecca. I can’t wait to make the Berry pants after seeing Zoe’s gorgeous photos! Thank you so much from your friends at Rubyjam Fabric 🙂

  9. Saxony says:

    Looking forward to seeing the makes!

  10. mbaumtrog says:

    I love the dinosaur pattern on the little hoodie vest 🙂

  11. Lurinda Prinsloo says:

    My first blog tour! I didn’t even know such a thing existed until I received the email. 🙂 Very excited to learn and browse!

  12. Sarah Bolen says:

    Super excited to read all the posts.

  13. Barbara Borkowski says:

    This is going to be GOOD!

  14. Rebecca says:

    Thank you for giving me all these opportunities to see your patterns used in a variety of sizes and shapes. It really helps to flesh things out (literally)!!!

  15. janna.c.taylor says:

    Right now my fav is the Olivia – can’t wait to make it up!!

  16. MaryLou Rowe says:

    This blog tour was such a great idea. So many ways to create! I’m especially interested in the variety of Kingston Jackets. These are some very talented blog friends you have. 🙂❤️

  17. Jenni says:

    I have to say, I have LOVED this blog tour! It’s been so much fun to look each day at what others have imagined out of Rebecca Page patterns. I am inspired to sew up some patterns that I purchased last spring and then didn’t try out, because summer came to quickly. So that means the Pippa Pants, Riley Vest, and Comfy Cowl are in my near future, along with a long-sleeved Olivia and a Wrap Around Top 🙂

  18. Kay says:

    So excited!!!

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