It all started as a blog where I’d showcase my personal sewing projects and write about both my musings and the construction process in a witty and engaging manner that made sewing appear both fun and doable.
The inspiration came from the desire to promote the DIY ethic, especially because it encourages self-sufficiency and an entrepreneurial spirit. I’ve always been good with my hands and thoroughly enjoy processes that gradually come together to produce something useful.
Then, following numerous emails requesting for sewing-related advice, I decided to transition from simply writing about my dressmaking hobby to also convening a live class, and launched the Nedoux Sewing Club in July 2016.
“O Lord, bless the work of my hands”