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Podcast #4 - "Novo formato", um PAP e o Cose+

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Cheguei a uma conclusão: não consigo manter o podcast com uma regularidade certa, por isso, optei por publicar sempre que possível, sem uma data à vista. Era isso, ou desistir e não me parece. A mencionar também que este episódio foi gravado uns bons dias antes da sua publicação, porque vou aprendendo à medida que vou avançando e precisei de tempo para me dedicar à edição do pequeno passo a passo em fotos que partilho no fim. 

A mencionar também que o podcast ficou assim um bocadinho desatualizado, em itens acabados e acima de tudo, não cheguei a falar da grande novidade de ontem na comunidade costureira deste nosso Portugal. Caso alguém não se tenha apercebido ainda, ontem foi lançado oficialmente o Magazine de Costura Portugês, Cose+. Um projeto que partiu da vontade de partilhar, de preencher pequenos vazios que existem na nossa comunidade a nível nacional. É com imenso orgulho que faço parte deste grupo fenomenal de 12 bloggers, cheias de vontade de partilhar com todos o que fomos aprendendo, tentando sempre, incentivar-vos também a coser mais. Não podiamos estar mais felizes com a resposta que tivemos do público perante a nossa iniciativa. Visitem o site, e sigam-nos no facebook ou no IG. 

Mencionado neste podcast, com respetivas ligações. 

Revistas
Burda Style

Blogues
Made By Sara
Rita Pirolita

Tecidos
Cotton & Steel
Liberty
Nani Iro

Lojas
Feira dos Tecidos
The Sweet Mercerie

Moldes
Just Chillin' Sweatpants
Small Fry Skinny Jeans 

Publicações noutros blogues
Lulu and Celeste, com o meu PAP das túlipas

Projetos
Swoodson Says - Try Something New Every Month 
Cose+ 



I can't seem to find a schedule to post my podcasts, so I am doing them everytime I can, no stress added. This time I tried to learn a bit more and managed to add a quick tutorial on how to find a specific pattern on pattern magazine sheets. Of course I am still learning as I go and I plan to improve. 

And, now let me tell you about a special project for us portuguese sewing bloggers. Me and an amazing group of other 11 talented bloggers, got together and have been working behind the scenes for months, on a new online sewing magazine, with the ambition of filling in the blank spaces we stepped into as we searched online (in our own language it is). So, Cose+ (Sew+) was launched yesterday and we couldn't be more proud of our work, or more happy with the response from everyone. I know that you probable don't understand it, but you can look at the pictures, so visit us or follow us on Facebook and IG for support. 


Mentioned in this episode and the links to everything. 

Magazines
Burda Style

Blogs
Made By Sara
Rita Pirolita

Fabric
Cotton & Steel
Liberty
Nani Iro

Shops
Feira dos Tecidos
The Sweet Mercerie

Patterns
Just Chillin' Sweatpants
Small Fry Skinny Jeans 

Guest Posts
Lulu and Celeste, com o meu PAP das túlipas

Projects
Swoodson Says - Try Something New Every Month 
Cose+ 

Comments

  1. Gostei muito deste podcast Magda ! Parabéns pelo projecto do Cose mais ;o) Achei bastante util o video final sobre como compreender os moldes nas revistas da especialidade. Eu que olhava para essas folhas como 'um burro a olhar para um palácio' agora já me sinto mais informada LOL As costuras vão ter mesmo que esperar por mais disponibilidade. A G e o S irão ficar certamente muito bem vestidos neste Carnaval ;o) Beijocas

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  2. Ohhh Magda!!! Só via agora, és tão querida. Obrigada eu, por fazeres parte da minha vida <3

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    1. ;))) tu é que és super querida... Obrigado mais uma vez! <3

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