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Podcast #3 - à quinta é de vez!

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Olá. Já tinham saudades do podcast? Queria ter tido um novo episódio publicado muito mais cedo, mas juro-vos que até pensei que este episódio estava enguiçado, foram necessárias 5 tentativas para o conseguir gravar. E está longe de ter ficado perfeito, ainda assim espero que gostem. 

Mais uma vez, como sempre, deixo-vos os links partilhados no mesmo. 

Spencer Slacks - molde testado
Retro Rucksack - post neste blog
Malas Barbie - post neste blog
Saídos da Concha - video de conversa
Do Guincho - blog
Costuras da Catarina - blog - ADENDA - o link no video está errado, o nome correto do blog da Catarina é As minhas Costuras, a ela as minhas desculpas pela distração. 
Made By Sara - blog (no video esqueci-me de colocar o link para o blog da Sara, por isso fica aqui).
Burda - revista
Ottobre Design - revista
The Sweet Mercerie - loja online 
Look Mãe e Filha - post neste blog

ená, tantos!!!

 # Podcast #1 # Podcast #2 #

Hello. Did you miss the podcast? I wanted to get a new episode up earlier, but I swear I thought this was cursed, I needed 5 takes to get it recorded. And it still is far from being perfect, I people like it anyway.

Once Again, I am sharing the links for the things I talked about. 

Spencer Slacks - pattern I tested
Retro Rucksack - my own post
Barbie cases - my own post
Saídos da Concha - chat video (in portuguese too)
The Craft Company Cascais - workshop (in Portugal)
Do Guincho - blog
Costuras da Catarina - blog - Correction - I got the wrong link for Catarina's blog in the video, the right name for her blog is As minhas Costuras, to her I apologise. 
Made By Sara - blog (I forgot to include Sara's link in the video, but here it goes).
Burda - magazine
Ottobre Design - magazine
The Sweet Mercerie - online shop
Look Mom & Daughter - my own post

hey, so many!!!

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