Where I Sew – Emma Brennan of Charlie’s Aunt

on Jul 12, 2012 in Sewing, Where I Sew | 63 comments

Emma Brennan is the designer behind the Charlie’s Aunt range of vintage-inspired sewing patterns. She lives and works in rural Suffolk in the UK but also has Australian citizenship. She is the author of three craft books including the best-selling, Making Vintage Bags. When she is not writing stories for her day job as a journalist, she designs and sews in a studio overlooking her beautiful garden, where foxes, deer, squirrels and an array of garden birds brighten the hours spent at her vintage Singer sewing machine.

Emma’s Links: WebsiteEtsy Shop, Patterns at Pink Chalk Fabrics

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