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“One Pattern, Seven Bloggers” Macaron Reveal!

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macaron-7-bloggers-01 Left: Marie of A Stitching Odyssey

Right: Reana Louise

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Top Left: Sam of Buckingham Road

Bottom Left: Amy of Sew Through The Motions

Right: Rachel of My Messings

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Right: Jen of Jennifer Lauren Vintage

Left: Kat of Petticoats and Peplums

I love when the blogging community comes together to have some fun and inspire one another. Great work, ladies!

Rachel Rasmussen   —  

Rachel is a nerdy Oregon native with a philosophy degree and classical dance background. She fancies her personal style to be quirky sophistication, focusing on the importance of fit while adding special touches of handmade embellishments. She is also a connoisseur of whiskey and nap-taker extraordinaire.

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Miss Crayola Creepy misscrayolacreepy.blogspot.com

Even though the same pattern was used, every dress looks unique and beautiful!

Marie asewingodyssey.blogspot.co.uk

Thanks so much for featuring our fun challenge, it really was a blast and the Macaron was a joy to sew up!

dani

gorgeous interpretations! you ladies are clearly very talented!

Reana Louise reanalouise.blogspot.com.au

Thanks so much for featuring the project! I love seeing all of our garments together too, it shows how different they are even though they’re from the same pattern :)

Catherine sewingthe60s.blogspot.com.au

Awesome work all of you! I particularly like Jen’s and Marie’s

Michelle Bannon

Each version is so unique! One would never think they were from the same pattern!

Kim

These variations are so inspiring! Any idea when Macaron will be released as a PDF? I prefer those to the tissue paper, for me they’re easier to trace and keep.

Jennifer Lauren jenniferlaurenvintage.com

Thanks so much for the lovely comments everyone! And thanks Colette Patterns for featuring this little challenge and for making awesome patterns!!

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