"Sewing heritage" featured in Seamwork Magazine

When my Grandma passed away last year I sat down to write. I needed to articulate what I was never able to say while she was alive. Through the process of writing I felt a deep sense of connection to her, exploring her life and our relationship through our shared interest in sewing.

I am thoroughly honoured to have the essay featured in the March issue of Seamwork magazine. In the essay I touch on generational shifts, female identity, the value of making, and the gentle power of commitment I have found in my Grandma’s approach to sewing.

You can read it in full here.