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Miss Dibs

We're fans of Miss Dibs, a sewing mama-to-be who loves vintage patterns, trying new sewing moves, and is even embarking on adventures in millinery.
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We're fans of Miss Dibs, a sewing mama-to-be who loves vintage crafts, patterns, trying new sewing moves, and is even embarking on adventures in millinery. Check out the plain jane shoes she punched up with just a little elbow grease! If you'd like a peek into her life in the UK, stop by Dibs and The Machine.

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