About me

Nedoux Head shot

Words are the fabric of my mind

I love dressmaking & pattern drafting

I sometimes use sewing as a metaphor for life

I appreciate how style is a form of self- expression

I love satires and clever puns especially the cleverly intended sort

Thank you for taking out time to see my musings & projects. Ideally, new posts Mondaily. 🙂




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~~”Bless all the work of my hands, o Lord” Deut 28:12~~


  1. Hi Nedoux! Lovely blog you have here! I saw a link on Timi’s blog, and it led me here. I sew too, but I’m nowhere as good as you. I like your writing too, it’s very funny, but it never fails to deliver the message.

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    1. Hi Eniola,

      I’m so pleased to meet you. I’m always glad when I find a fellow sewing enthusiast, oh, it’s all about practice, practice and more practice.

      Thank you so much for visiting and for your kind words. 🙂

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    1. @ “you sew what you rip” Hmmm… that’s so thought-provoking.

      Permit me to overzealously interpret it as “In Life, it might become necessary to mend the bridges that we burn” XD

      Thanks for stopping by this page!

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  2. Hi Nedoux, the first time I discovered your blog, I was fascinated by how you could make sewing and all things related appeal to me as one who can hardly push thread through the eye of a needle. I have since read more of your posts and watched you weave words in such an incredible way that I have come back for more and more.

    For this reason, I have nominated you for the Liebster Award.

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    1. Hi Unathi,

      Yayyyy! Thank you so much, this put a big smile on my face. There’s something rather exciting about awards, it feels like one won something. 😀


      1. I was so excited to learn that you have not reached 1000 followers yet, because one of the rules for this award is that the nominated blogs must have a certain number of followers. I was quite keen on having you as a nominee because you have such an engaging blog.

        You have certainly won ‘something’ – peer recognition 🙂

        Thank you so much for accepting.

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  3. Hi Nedoux, It’s so nice to meet you. I bumped into you at Jacqueline’s party and wanted to take the opportunity to stop and say hello and check out your blog. I look forward to reading your posts. Have a nice day! Steph

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    1. Hi Steph,

      It’s very nice to meet you too. Thank you so much for visiting my blog. Jackie throws the best virtual parties. 😀

      I’ll be sure to check out your blog too.

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  4. Hi Nedoux, I’m happy you’ve found me. Excellent writing and great clothes!

    Ps: Your almost poetic description of what Lagos is like is as accurate as it gets!:)


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  5. All I can think of right now is “How the heck did I not know about you till now?!” Your awesomeness shines through very brightly in this cozy not-so-little corner of the Internet you have built. I dey follow you bumper to bumper from now. Lovely, lovely blog.

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  6. Just dropped by to say thank you for chatting with me a bit at Jackie’s. I’ll read some of your post at a later date. I did read the article that you were featured in though. Good luck with your entrepreneurial ventures on your DIY clothing. Blessings 🙂 Joe


    1. Hi Joe,

      So kind of you to stop by. It was lovely chatting with you at Jackie’s, though I had to run off as I was so sleepy. 😀

      Thank you so much for your kind words.

      Warm regards.

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  7. Hello Nedoux,

    I love sewing too. I do freestyle sewing when need be. Back in the day, you’ll will catch me sewing my school uniforms while I was still in secondary school (just the A-line skirt though). These days, you’ll see me DIYing some cute summer dresses I find on the internet and sewing covers for our throw pillows.

    I read a few of your posts and love the way you write – just like a quiet Singer machine operated by an electric motor. ❤

    Oya, me and my village people need another asoebi – please when do we come for the fitting? With that, you can tell where I followed you from – take a guess. 🙂

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    1. Hi Flo,

      Thank you so much for stopping by.

      I am always happy to meet a fellow sewing enthusiast.

      Lol @ quiet Singer machine”

      Yes I know, Jackie’s lovely party! XD


  8. Hi Nedoux, Thanks so much for saving some cake for me at Jackie’s party. I got caught up in other things and returned late to mingle. Well, I’ve taken a short cruise here and things seem very interesting. I will visit again to read more posts. Really nice to meet you! Have a blessed week ahead. 🙂

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  9. Hello Nedoux! Your comment on Jacky’s interview on my site was so sweet it put me on a jet to meet you. That’s why I am here now. You have a great blog. I can foresee your work, your mind, your ways are magnetic and from the start touch my heart. Keep on shining! The world is hungry for people to light it up. I hope to be back.

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  10. I am so glad you left me a comment at my blog, because it is somehow hard to find good sewing blogs besides the really big ones. And I really like that your personality is showing through in your posts:)) I will definitely checking back regularly. Sophia (Little Sewing Machine)

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  11. I’m very happy you came across my blog, actually how did you find it? (I’m always keen to know how bloggers find my site).
    Anyhoo, I’m totally up for building my network with Lagos bloggers and look forward to reading more of your posts!

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  12. i love sewing and style….your personal style is amazing and am highly inspired by your splash of colors.Hope to be like you when am all grown and have learned how to sew to finally make my unskeched designs myself….great blog and did I mention you are a beautiful woman!

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    1. Hello Ogonna,

      You’ve left me with such kind compliments, I know my smile will last the whole day.

      Sewing is actually logical, when you understand the basics, it’s smooth sailing all the way. I am compiling a list of tutorials in the “How to sew” page, you might find these useful.

      Thank you for visiting and reading.

      Have a lovely day!

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  13. “I sometimes use sewing as a metaphor for life”
    I love that and can relate because I often do that too with the things I like to do, including my writing.

    Pleased to meet you. I’ve been hunting for Nigerian women to follow, so I’m glad I found you 🙂 Looking forward to seeing a bit of your world.

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