About Simona

Hi, First of all I’d like to thank you for taking the time to read my blog.

I am an amateur home sewer. I’ve been sewing for a few years now. It all started with the sewing machine a family member got for me a few years ago.

I am addicted to sewing books, I’ve got a large collection of books on my computer about sewing and it seems I cannot stop myself from buying the paper ones either. I tend to do the same with fabric, ever since a new Abakhan shop opened close to where I live (10 – 15 minutes walk), I have to do my best from avoiding even going in, as every visit results with getting a few more pieces that I intended to get. I think I am on my way to open a new fabric shop, if I do not stop soon.

I do most sewing on the internet. Sometimes I think I do a bit to much of this, but hey. I love seeing what other aficionados create and to be honest, I get most of my inspiration from the internet.

You can contact me on my email: draculashbv (at) gmail (dot)com

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    1. Waw! Thanks. I’m about to add your button to our blog. Also will leave you more links as we re-fashion more clothing 🙂

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