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Come behind the scenes at A Bouquet of Buttons and tour Lieke's sewing room in Antwerp, Belgium.

What I love the most is that I don't have to more around all my sewing stuff anymore. Most things have their proper space by now, so bye-bye trying to fit in all my sewing stuff into the clothing cupboard. And I'd also like to add something that I don't like. We live in a narrow but high house. So the sewing studio and out living room are on a different floor. And I must admit that I feel lonely inthere from time to time. It's also a big tradition from a small apartment (30 square meters) where there was no privacy unless you would spend your evening on the toilet, to being on a different floor.

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Join Anjeanette at the Smartplate Printing workshop with Abigail Felber at Platetone, Nashville and learn how to make your own prints.

Jegs Santos recreates the fashionable look of Miranda Priestly in The Devil Wears Prada.

"Living in New York and being the editor-in-chief of a fashion magazine, you need to dress smart, respectable and high-fashion. This look is all about experimenting with shapes, textures and silhouettes. Just like how Ms. Priestly dressed. Don't be afraid to take risks! It's fashion! Have fun! That's all...

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Bake a batch of Shrewsbury Biscuits, also known as Shrewsbury Cake with Kylie in Shrewsbury, England.

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Mix The Rum Diary & The Drunken Style cocktails with Wisdom Bar in Washington D.C.

Learn the 10 Card Wonder technique with Peg from Peg's Crafting Corner and then make 10 cards.

Can't find buttermilk for a recipe in your local supermarket? Learn how-to make your own substitute with Cat and then bake her red velvet donuts.

Mariya from poutnshout recreates the look of Lily Allen and gives her a dramatic glittery makeover.

I love that even though her style keeps changing, she always manages to strike the perfect balance of playful and feminine. It's like the fashion lovechild of slightly chavvy girl-next-door swag and queenly sparkling fabulousness.

Bake a Gooey Butter Cake with Cheryl in Missouri.

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We chat to Lisa, give you a chance to win the book and learn how-to sew a 1920’s Anita Tie Top and 1950’s Button Up Skirt.

Hi everyone! My name is Lisa Comfort and I run Sew Over It. Sew Over It is a sewing cafe in London, UK, where we run lots of different sewing and dressmaking classes. We also have our own range of sewing patterns and kits too. Ever since I was little I have loved to sew and make my own clothes, and it makes me so happy that I get to pass on my passion for it every day.
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