The Sewing Room podcast: Episode 7 – interfacing versus stabilizer

In today’s episode I share with you more about the latest Bishy Barnababes pattern releases – more free-motion appliqué, the difference between interfacing and stabilizer and what I’ve been sewing in my sewing room!



This episode:

Bishy Barnababes Etsy shop – Mermaid Millie, Princess Paige, Fairy Fiona and Cool As Ice free-motion appliqué patterns – use coupon code APPLIQUE to get 20% off, buy 3 patterns and use code 3BUNDLE to get 30% or buy 5 and use code 5BUNDLE to get 35% off.

Bishy Barnababes Patterns Facebook group

Swhetty Bettie’s blog – check out the Designer Pairs challenge with Lauren and I on 7th June

Darcy Dress by Daydreams Patterns

Bishy Barnababes FMA

Check out Kristen’s blog post about the patterns over at My Sew Inspired Life

Bishy Barnababes - Darcy Dress by Daydreams Patterns

2 thoughts on “The Sewing Room podcast: Episode 7 – interfacing versus stabilizer

  1. PsychicSewerKathleen says:

    Hello Vicki
    I’ve been listening to your podcasts over this past week (got as far as this one) and I just have to say how much I’ve enjoyed listening to you! I was looking for your video on you opening your new machines but I couldn’t find it? I’m one of those who hasn’t tried FMA but I’m keen to experiment! I’m 62 years old – no children or grandchildren – so I would have trouble finding a spot for your patterns 🙂 I would look really wild with ice creams or dinosaurs on my clothing 🙂 Listening to what you were saying about buying patterns where your daughter falls at the top end of the size ranges is annoying not practical I was thinking you might want to try Jalie patterns (they are in Canada as am I) and they have size ranges from girl to woman in the one package. It might be fun for you to make the same dress for both of you sometime 🙂 Thank you for taking the time to produce such a great podcast! I’m happy to leave you all the positive ratings I can!

    • Vicki says:

      Thank you for all your kind words. I’m glad you’ve been enjoying the podcast. I haven’t tried Jalie patterns so will have to look into those 🙂

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