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7 Stitchy Tweeters You Should Be Following

New stitchers and seasoned sewers alike can find Twitter a treasure trove of inspiration, ideas and projects. We’ve picked out 7 profiles that are sure to brighten up your timeline and get you running to your sewing machine…






Whether you’re looking for sewing inspiration for your home, your wardrobe or the little ones in your life, Sew magazine’s Twitter timeline is one of the best places to start. It’s full of projects, advice and sewing motivation.





Sara’s blog charts her sewing and crafting adventures, and is brimming with sewing advice and inspiration. Her Twitter feed is a great place to pick up some sewing tips.





Cynthia Rowley’s patterns for Simplicity ooze style, and her Twitter feed is no different. We can easily get lost on the page picking up outfit ideas that get us heading to our sewing machines straight away.





Lorna’s Twitter feed often showcases her latest makes, which is ideal if you’re struggling to decide on your next pattern! We love her most recent project – a floral pencil skirt from Simplicity 2154.





Sewing blogger Anna Jay has a passion for vintage designs so if you’re looking for some retro style ideas, her Twitter feed is the place to get inspired.





Did you love this year’s Great British Sewing Bee? We did! Follow this year’s winner, Charlotte Newland, for sewing tips and advice, plus find out what she’s been up to since she was crowned GBSB 2016 champion.






Find out what your fellow stitchers have been making lately, discover the latest patterns and get inspired over on our Twitter page. Don’t forget to share your latest Simplicity makes with us using #Simplicitybyme.



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