StaddonandPamley

Staddon and Pamley

Bristol, England 5 Sales On Etsy since 2018

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StaddonandPamley

Staddon and Pamley

Bristol, England | 5 Sales

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Frances

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Frances

Announcement    The nights are drawing in and the central heating is now on. I'm thinking about Christmas markets and about t-shirts to wear underneath my summer dresses.

New dresses are being made ... Totem Poles & Stars are already here but there are 2 more designs nearly ready to show you. And, if you're in the Bristol area, come along to the Etsy Local Christmas Market on 1st December to see some special Christmas items as well.

All clothes are already made and just waiting for you to choose them for your little one. The fabric I buy is often the end of a roll so I may or may not be able to replace a size once it is sold - it doesn't hurt to ask. Please also ask if you would like special wrapping or a message when buying as a gift.

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Last updated on 03 Oct, 2019

The nights are drawing in and the central heating is now on. I'm thinking about Christmas markets and about t-shirts to wear underneath my summer dresses.

New dresses are being made ... Totem Poles & Stars are already here but there are 2 more designs nearly ready to show you. And, if you're in the Bristol area, come along to the Etsy Local Christmas Market on 1st December to see some special Christmas items as well.

All clothes are already made and just waiting for you to choose them for your little one. The fabric I buy is often the end of a roll so I may or may not be able to replace a size once it is sold - it doesn't hurt to ask. Please also ask if you would like special wrapping or a message when buying as a gift.

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Spring is around the corner! Vibrant yellows & greens plus more leaves and ... elephants! Can't wait to get started on this year's collection.

About StaddonandPamley

Sales 5
On Etsy since 2018

The clothes you would make yourself if only you had the time

When my children were born I was going to make all of their clothes but everything else just took up too much of my time. It was only when school proms came along and my daughters asked me to make their dresses that I remembered the pleasure of dressmaking.
Most of my childhood clothes were handmade by my mother, who learnt from her mother and aunts. My first pair of jeans were made by my mother, and they were worn to rags as a teenager. As I got older we would go to the fabric shop where I would choose from the pattern books and shelves of fabric, looking forward to seeing how it turned out.
It wasn't until I bought myself a handworked Singer as a young adult that I gained the confidence to make things for myself. I spent many evenings, sitting on the floor of my flat, making up all sorts of dresses, tops and even a suit from some fabric my great-aunt bought in the 1930s.
My next machine was a very basic electric that was underused as my mother upgraded her own 1970s Bernina and passed it on to me. This has been my work horse for years and, as it is no longer repairable, I have updated to a modern Janome from Direct Sewing Machines a few streets away.
I have been thinking of making reversible dresses for a few years and my daughter's craft shop seemed an ideal place to try them out. They have been more popular than I imagined and I hope that you will like them too.

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