Tuesday, 8 January 2013

Sonya Philip

"100 Acts of Sewing explores making versus manufacturing. 
This personal challenge to sew one hundred dresses in a year, also aims to reacquaint people with the skills required to make clothing. Knowing how to sew creates an appreciation for workmanship, provides an essential link to crafting tradition, and acts as a means to reclaim personal style. Most importantly, this knowledge makes us more discerning and conscientious consumers. As each dress is made, a photo is uploaded to the project's website 100actsofsewing.com" Sonya Philip

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