I’m excited to be bringing you the first in a my wandering series of interviews; “Our Wardrobe Stories”. This collection will be a medley of stories exploring the idea of a handmade wardrobe that I’ll pop into the regular podcast series from time to time.
I’m kicking the series off today with an interview with someone right on my doorstep, my mum Jude. Jude grew up in the 1950’s in New Zealand and, as you will hear, she wore a handmade wardrobe. But, back then making your clothes wasn’t a lifestyle choice, it was a lifestyle. And, she wasn’t alone – most of the families that she knew lived that way too.
Join mum and I for a journey through her memories of growing up handmade.
If you have your own wardrobe stories, we’d love to hear all about them – tag your photos with #ourwardrobestories on Instagram :)
p.s. The fabulous song on my podcast is “Casting On” from the very clever NZ band Mr Roberelli –
you can find them here
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