Writing Newsletters Is A Lot Harder Than Sewing

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What would you like to see in Sew Daily Newsletters?

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Online Editor, Sew Daily
SewDaily.com

I hope you remain patient with me thorough out this new newsletter format I'm learning to use.

You've probably noticed strange subject lines that don't match the newsletter tone, or no paragraph indentations, mobile views all scrunched and hard to read. Links going nowhere or to weird sites (no idea how that happened!) And, on and on.

Well, please let me apologize loudly and with earnest.

Good news is I think we've got the kinks worked out and I wanted to thank everyone who stuck by me and made an attempt at reading my witty bon mots and Hemingway like prose (wink wink).

I do love writing but I think I love sewing more.

I was originally going to write about segers and how I miss mine ( I broke it. – Oil it? What?) especially when I'm working with knits. But, I'll save that for another day and turn the microphone over to you.

Let me know what you would like to see in the Sew Daily newsletters and blog posts. Since I'm starting fresh (again!) let's do it right!

Feel free to post your ideas and topics on Facebook or on the blog and let's make this the best newsletter ever!

Thanks again for sticking with me!

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About Jill

I am the Online Editor for Sew Daily and I am so incredibly excited to meet everyone here on this amazing sewing community!

My first passion is garment sewing, I love vintage sewing patterns and working with knits and silks. I also get very jazzed about sewing pants and love learning couture techniques. What about you? I can't wait to get started finding out more about you and what you like to sew.

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