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Some blogs about sewing. The history of sewing dates back to the Paleolithic Era, at the end of the Solutrean and the Magdalenian, 21,000 years ago, when the use of bone and ivory eyed needles spread. Sewing was usually used to tie animal skins stitch by stitch for the purpose of designing clothing or shelters. It was invented in 1800 by Joseph Marie Charles dit Jacquard, in Lyon. It is also to this inventor that we owe the mechanical loom known as the Jacquard loom, developed in the years that followed. Is Couture Reserved For Women? Great couturiers are also men - Sewing is also increasingly practiced by men. The discipline has become more democratic over time. It is said that women are more precise and more diligent than men at needlework, but this is not necessarily true. Yves Saint Laurent: He is undoubtedly one of the most famous couturiers in the world. His reputation is so important that his life was the subject of a film released in 2014. Born in Oran, Algeria, companion of Pierre Bergé, Yves Saint Laurent is also one of the greatest French fashion designers. For your store or establishment, do not hesitate to contact our expert digital agency for all your digital needs: virtual tour, sponsored article, ... explore our digital services : virtual visit for showroom, 360 ° photo, panorama, virtual solution and ask for your free quote.

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  • A Beekeeper's Cushion March 11, 2021
    There was something about when the pandemic first began that put me in a “make due and mend” mindset. Maybe it was the uncertainty of what was going to happen next. Maybe it was the lack of toilet paper. But… I was suddenly in the mood to finish or at least start working on my […]

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  • A Little Yellow Aida March 4, 2021
    Baby Sweaters are great for using up yarn stash! They only take 1 or 2 skeins of yarn usually, and I have lots of full skeins with accompanying little scrap balls leftover from previous projects. This little cardigan was just the thing for some gorgeous Becoming Art single ply worsted I had languishing in my […]

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  • Magnolia February 19, 2021
    I bet you thought I fell off the face of the earth, didn’t you? In some ways I have, I suppose. Life has taken a few unexpected detours and I have slowed way down in all things involving the knitting world. One thing however will never change for me. I will always find joy in […]

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  • Completed Project: Charlee’s Lydia Crop Tops September 17, 2021
    This summer I have become slightly obsessed with lace work knits, and with one crop top pattern in particular. The Lydia 2.0 Top by Ivy and Autumn is a low back crop top with beautiful lace detailing at the bottom – which is a modified version of a Hitomi Shida Japanese lace motif.⁠ The perfect summer […]

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  • Completed Project: Eugenie’s Daniela Vest September 12, 2021
    Last month I was inspired to make myself a sleeveless knit top. Something I could wear next to my skin in the midst of summer or layered over a tee on colder days. I love the simple look of a monochrome brioche ⁠so the Daniela Vest by Lucia Ruiz de Aguirre instantly felt like the […]

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  • Pattern Round Up: August 2021 September 4, 2021
    Where has the summer gone? It seems to have passed by as quickly as it arrived! Whilst we will miss the hot summer days spent lounging outside, we’re also looking forward to rustic autumn knits. In this round up we’ve selected a range of projects – for those who aren’t quite ready to give up […]

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