Creamy Chicken Pesto Pasta


Creamy Chicken Pesto Pasta Recipe from the Petite Passions
One of my favourite comfort food recipes, this pasta uses red pesto, which has a more delicate and warming flavour than the normal green kind. (If you prefer green though don't forget to try my homemade version here). There are lots of different pesto varieties on the supermarket, and I usually use a sundried tomato one for this. You can also use any pasta shape you like; if you fancy something more exotic use some trofie as it holds the sauce really well. Like almost everything I post it is quick and easy to make; if you get a kettle on the boil as you get the ingredients together you can have it on the table in less than 20 minutes. This recipe is for two greedy people but can be stretched if you are not as hungry as us.
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Macaron Dress by Colette Patterns




Always going for something far more challenging than I am capable of achieving, I have attempted my first Macaron dress. This is an intermediate level knee length dress with short scalloped sleeves. Darts and pleats shape the bodice and skirt, which also included pockets. The reason I have had a go at something that is described as intermediate rather than beginner is an upcoming wedding. I would love to wear my own handmade dress and the Macaron pattern looks up to the job. This is my first attempt, with success leading onto a second wedding guest creation hopefully.

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Slimmer Meatballs

Slimmer Meatballs

Low in fat and low in carbohydrates this meal is perfect for a midweek meal, especially when you need something hot and filling that doesn't feel like 'diet' food. The effort required to prepare this is also minimal making it a complete winner for me. In order to reduce the fat and carbohydrates and still feel full I use a fair quantity of mince, substituting pork and beef with lean turkey, and serve with a green salad instead of pasta. (Seriously, you don't miss the pasta). One of the secrets to this is the long simmer for the sauce to add depth of flavour. I usually get this in the oven when I get in, then go do a workout and by the time I'm ready so are the meatballs. This feeds two greedy post work out people, but could definitely stretch much further (definitely up to four if you did put pasta with it).

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Champagne Sunday Brunch at The Landmark London

Champagne Sunday Brunch at The Landmark London - Review The Petite Passions

If you are looking for a truly unique eating experience then this really is worth a journey for. Situated in London’s Marylebone area the Landmark Hotel offers an elegant buffet filled with delicious food and unlimited champagne. The experience truly is worth every penny of the £90 per person price tag, and we will definitely be revisiting after our experience last week.
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Iconic Girl's Day Out in London: Audrey, Jo and the Ritz

A combination of iconic landmarks and timeless elegance created a perfect menu for our girl's day in London. It isn't often that I get to meet up with my capital dwelling cousin so when we heard about the Audrey Hepburn exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery we used this as the main event in a day of quality time. We balanced more luxurious treats with what is freely available, and felt thoroughly chic and fabulous all day. The Petite Passions is all about the little things in life that we love and that make the everyday a bit special - and that is exactly what this combination is all about too.


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Essential guides for beginner bloggers

Tips for and how to start a blog

One of the best things about blogging is that anyone can create something amazing with relatively little in the way of experience or cash investment. All you need is an idea, some time and some help to set it up. Luckily the internet is jam packed with people who offer help in every realm imaginable, and bloggers who love to blog about blogging... so there is a lot out there to get you started. As a complete newbie to the blogosphere I needed how to guides that were really easy to follow, and could be used with little previous experience. It wasn't until I started looking for help that I realised how many ways I needed it, and how this advice can be used to create almost anything. Some articles and blogs have been more helpful than others so if you are thinking about starting your own blog you should definitely check these out. All of these sites are full of inspiring ideas that you will want to try out.

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Spanish Style Sausage Goulash


Low calorie, low carb and big on flavour, this sausage dish can be served on its own or with a light salad to make a filling dinner. This recipe serves two and comes in at around 500 calories per portion. If you want something more luxurious you can try the fully loaded version at the bottom. We love to have this when it's cold out, or when we are counting the calories but want something that feels indulgent.

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Turbo charge your weekends in 30 minutes

Park run

If you feel like you could be getting more out of your weekends (or life in general!) then this could be for you. Setting aside a 30 minute slot on a Saturday morning has transformed my whole weekend, and is now starting to have a positive effect on the rest of my week too. I feel better both physically and mentally all because of the 30 minutes I set aside every Saturday morning. All around the country runners (and people like me) meet in our local parks for a free, timed 5k Park Run. This really is one of the best organisations I have encountered this year. Here's how something so simple can really make a positive difference to your life.

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How to make life work for you with Just One Thing

inding happiness how to take control of your life focus your energy stop feeling overwhelmed

Just One Thing can be a game changer if you are feeling overwhelmed and like you have too much to sort through. Sometimes we just have so many things going on it can be hard to keep on top of everything. Or we end up trying to do everything and end up tired, stressed out and unsatisfied. I used to get really frustrated at not feeling like I was doing anything well, or feeling like I wasn't up to it because I couldn't do it all. My husband was the one who gave me the best advice, and it turned my whole approach around.

PICK JUST ONE THING A DAY AND DO IT REALLY WELL

As soon as I started doing this I began to have a much healthier outlook on life, and am more able to deal with unexpected situations as they arise. There are still things that need to be done but I feel more in control of them now. Here's how to make the most of it and why it helps you to be happier.

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Beginner dressmaking - learn to sew knit fabrics online workshop

Beginner dressmaking - learn to sew knit fabrics online workshop

My dressmaking skills fall firmly within the 'enthusiastic beginner' category, and I have been wanting to learn to sew with knit fabrics for a while, but have been a little apprehensive. Luckily one of my favourite sewing bloggers Tilly Walnes has created an online class precisely for beginner dressmakers who want to use jersey fabrics on a regular sewing machine. Included in the package is a pdf pattern along with a series of how to videos and helpsheets....basically the most hand holding you can possibly have from home! So I signed up, collected my materials, and started my adventures in knit fabrics. 
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Crispy Gnocchi with Homemade Basil Pesto Sauce Recipe


This recipe came about because I had an enormous bunch of basil that I needed to use, and we were both ravenous from having done our 5k park run in the morning. Sometimes you just need really filling food and you don’t want to have to wait hours for it. So I took some inspiration from my Italian roots, along with a tip I picked up from Nigella to create this. She once fried gnocchi as an alternative to roast potatoes, and since then I have never boiled them again as I find them too stodgy and claggy otherwise. If you think you don't like gnocchi try it like this and you will change your mind.

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Chicken Caesar Salad - light version

A healthier version of a classic. 
Although Chicken Caesar Salad is delicious it can be high in calories and fat. This is a lighter version to enjoy when you are watching calorie and fat intakes, and it definitely fills you up. I use French's ranch dressing as it has a lower calorie and fat content than other 'diet' dressings  that were on the shelves - even Light Mayonnaise (per 100g)! As it has a strong flavour a little goes a long way. Also drizzling this over the salad means you use less than when you dress the chicken on its own. I use pitta instead of croutons as it is lower in fat and do still have parmesan, but only a small grating over the top rather than lots of shavings. Instead of pancetta some crisped up parma ham provides a salty depth with far fewer calories and fat; lean bacon or turkey rashers would also work well.

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Goodbye Summer, Hello Autumn


Today is a day full of ends and beginnings - the end of summer and of my honeymoon break. The start of autumn and a new phase at work too. It would be very easy to be quite sad about the end of such a wonderful summer but I like to look on the positive side of life so here are the 5 things I am looking forward to about Autumn.

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Returning to clean eating with homemade tomato soup


After two weeks of enjoying a lot of delicious food whilst on holiday I need to kick start a return to clean eating. I love making warming and filling soups from fresh veggies, and this basic tomato soup is definitely one of my favourites. The basic recipe is so easy it can be adjusted in so many ways depending on what happens to be in the fridge, or how hot and spicy I want it. If I want super heat I leave the chilli in when the rest of the ingredients are blended together, but usually I take it out and slice it so it is less potent. A dollop of low fat protein like creme fraiche, soured cream or even cream cheese helps with feeling fuller for longer too. Even better news is that it is incredibly simple to prepare, requiring the bare minimum of attention and labour.
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Thoughts from this week

Il Dolce Far Niente


Obviously thoughts this week come from having a lot of time to think whilst away on holiday. Yesterday was the half way point and we started to think about everything we wanted to do with our remaining week....kind of makes you wonder what happened to all that time that was stretching ahead as we left the UK. I also started to get a little anxious and realised that I tend to suffer not so much from FOMO but FOWT. Fear of wasting time.
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7 travel make up essentials to make the most of sunkissed skin


Trying to pack light whilst having products that would make the most of sunkissed skin presented a new challenge for me this year. Instead of packing my whole make up drawer I had a look around for travel friendly products to suit bronzed skin. Using smaller sizes and eyeshadow compacts, and keeping within a rose gold theme, here is what I found to take as my capsule make up collection for whilst I am away and to look awesome when I get back too.
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Thoughts from this week

Notebook love

Staying organised

Getting ready for holidays is a lot of work! It has made me appreciate all the different ways that I use to stay (or try to stay) organised. Our holiday was booked so long ago that I have forgotten most of the details so have been going back through these, finding emails I filed away 'safely' for details that at the end of the day are just better written down. I'm finding that I have to write pretty much everything down now. I have four notebooks on the go (two for work, one for sewing, one for blogging), as well as an Evernote app on my phone.

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How to make life work for you part 1 AKA 5 reasons why I'm happy the tubes were on strike

finding happiness

This year I have really been working on positivity and seeing the good in situations that would normally frustrate me. I have developed this now to such a habit that I was happy that the tubes were on strike last Thursday. It was the best day ever. Last year I would have been annoyed the whole day, but now I've found a way of turning negative situations upside down.


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A Traditional Afternoon Tea at Luton Hoo, with some Spa time

It's Afternoon Tea Week! I love a good afternoon tea, and popped along to Luton Hoo last week to enjoy tea and some spa time with a friend.

Every couple of months or so my friend Rhea and I indulge in some relaxation therapy and a leisurely lunch as we catch up on what has been going on in our daily lives, ask each other's advice and generally recharge our minds and bodies. After a little bit of looking around locally, and on the search to try something different, we found ourselves at Luton Hoo. This had everything we wanted in one place - relaxing spa, delicious food and beautiful grounds to explore if they took our fancy.
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Thoughts from this week

Wow. A really busy week spending quality time with lots of people...and lots of travelling around. I've enjoyed a relaxing spa and afternoon tea, had a busy day in London with parents, and an mystery hen weekend in Bournemouth (mainly because I knew nobody, or what we would be doing).
Really I've been appreciating the art of 'going with the flow'. So much of my life is super organised, and I have to take control (it's my job to!) that I get in the habit of it. Lately I've found my work is so pressured it's actually made me more easy going in my personal life - so long as a decision is made I don't mind what it is. Some one will have chosen it for a reason so I now tend to just go with it, rather than pursue my own agenda. And I've been feeling more content for it. Also people like it when they get what they want to so its helped with creative positive vibes in relationships too! It's also about showing people they matter, and what's important to them matters too. I did manage to make time for some of my own agenda items (like finally putting my feet in the sand on the beach, after four days and two trips there!) and that was okay because I had been enthusiastic and enabling to others already.
Unfortunately all this having a good time has not helped at all with my holiday prep...especially my beach body blitz! The next seven days I am going to be totally on it to get ready for the beach. This means clean eating, cardio and toning, plus some light packing. I'm thinking I'm not the only one who has left everything to the last minute in terms of reaching body goals, so might start some kind of community event to help me stay on track too. Something else I've been learning more about is communities on social networking, like the 30plus blog collective, and I'm eager to get involved more.
I still haven't got the hang of my facebook page...it's not because I'm unfamiliar with facebook, it's because I want to use it as a page not a personal profile now. Android phones don't seem to be compatible with achieving this easily. If you have any advice I will gladly accept it!

Next week I am looking forward to:


  • Finishing my work 'to do' list
  • Packing for holiday: I will be using the 5, 4, 3, 2, 1 packing guide from a pair & a spare blog to help be prepared for this. Stay tuned to see how it turns out!
  • Feeling fit and toned again
  • Cutting a new pattern ready to be sewn
  • Tidying up the garden - mainly painting the fences
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Seven days left towards strong and toned...getting on it

 
Seeing as I didn't quite stick to my dieting last week I am upping my exercise to get ready for my holiday in one week. Here's what I have used in a last ditch attempt to tone up a little more!

Wednesday

HIIT it. 30 minutes of running (for me, cycling and swimming work well too), running at intervals of 1 minute as fast as possible, then 1 minute slow walk. I up this over the work out to 2 minutes fast with 1 minute rest.
 
Then a quick abs work out to cool down and tone a bit more. I like this video from Beachbody's Slim in 6 as I think you can really feel it after!
 
 

 
 

Thursday

Tabata training. This one is a new discovery but I'll be giving it a go as it looks like it works a good variety of muscle groups.
 

Friday

Giving the muscles a little rest today and sticking with just an abs work out and some press ups. This is also partly in preparation for tomorrow's park run so I have a better chance of beating my personal best time!
 
 

Saturday

5k Park Run in the local park.
I'm a fairly new park runner but I love it. All you have to do is register and print out a bar code, then find the nearest event. They are on every Saturday morning, and you can run with others in lovely surroundings. Handing in your bar code to be scanned ensures your time is recorded, and your results are emailed to you later in the day. It's my most anticipated email all week; I set my PB in week 2 so I'm keen to see if I have managed to improve.
 

Sunday

My muscles are usually wrecked after a park run so just abs today. If I can find a good yoga or plates video online I'll use that for a bit of stretching.
 

Monday

Tabata training
 

Tuesday

 

 

Wednesday

Circuit, then abs, then holiday!
 
Obviously this is all in partnership with a low calorie, low fat and low carbohydrate diet. I'm also cutting out all alcohol to help things along.
 
What about you? Do you have any tips? Are you trying this out? And how is it going?
 
 
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Eating out...San Carlo Cicchetti in Piccadilly


Classically Italian in the heart of Piccadilly.

Though perilously close to the tourist throng of Leicester Square, San Carlo Cicchetti is an Italian restaurant that is definitely worth visiting if you are looking for a relaxed and authentic eating experience. The window display invites you in by showcasing the produce that makes up the menu; huge hams hanging above fresh fish, shellfish, fruit and vegetables. We dropped by for a drink on an evening in London and ended up returning for a meal having been tempted by the dishes we saw being served up around us. Coming from an Italian family we enjoy revisiting traditional specialities that aren't usually seen on the menus of larger chains. We weren’t disappointed!

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Sunday Sewing ... Easy Summer Maxi Dress

No pattern empire line maxi dress. 

In anticipation of some sun this summer I attempted to sew a maxi dress without a pattern from fabric I had left over from an earlier make. Though I had found this viscose tricky to manage when sewing it felt so nice on I had to find a way of using it for the hot weather. After toying around with some skirt draping I decided to take the opportunity to make a maxi dress as I have never found one in the shops that fits me (all far too long). Now I have ended up with a comfortable, summery dress perfect for my upcoming holiday.

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Simple, authentic Italian pizza

pizza recipe
Always a winner, we love having pizzas as a weekend treat. Here's how to create a taste of Italy at home, and some favourite toppings and top tips for awesome pizzas.
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Holiday countdown: One fortnight.

The two week countdown until we go on our honeymoon/first anniversary holiday has begun. Here are the 5 ways I am going to prepare my body for the beach. Though I generally try to eat healthily and exercise, all systems are go this fortnight so I can really enjoy myself whilst we are away. Not that I expect to look like Ellie Goulding in two weeks, but any head start I can get in the next two weeks will help. We are going on an all inclusive holiday so these two weeks are going to be obliterated whilst we are away. My body is going to need as much help as possible on both sides!


I find my results are about 80% nutrition based, so while I step up the exercise, it's what I eat that really makes a difference.

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My easy, hardly any ingredients, totally customisable protein smoothie recipe



I have smoothies or protein shakes for breakfast every day. I use commercial ones when I am working, but when I am off work and have a little more time I like to mix it up with some made smoothies. I do find that lots of the recipes I come across need lots of ingredients that I either don't normally buy, or won't use all of. I also have a bit of a sweet tooth so tried to come up with something more dairy than veggie tasting. This recipe is focused on protein to keep me fuller for longer, and is a base that can be easily customised for what ever I feel like that day.

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Thoughts from this week

This week I have been luck to have a week off work so have been taking time to stop and smell the roses. Work has been really manic so just stopping and thinking about other things... pretty, lovely and beautiful things, has been a real refresher.


So I have been mainly getting to understand the world of lifestyle blogging! It is so much more intricate than I thought when I started, but I love learning new things and have really enjoyed exploring what is out there. As you can see I have been busily adding content so my blog is a bit less bare. This will definitely even out when I establish some routine to my life again (been off work this week). One routine I will be aiming for will be weekly thoughts, inspirations and appreciations. So this is my first!

I have never really got involved in social media before, so a whole new world has opened up through blogging. I am only just getting the hang of how to manage all these streams (I want to follow everyone!), and how to manage the programs themselves! Anyone who has followed will see that I have been accidentally doubling up all over, and posting things with lots of spelling mistakes as I am moving a lot faster than my mobile phone....does it not realise I use the word 'love' a lot more than 'live' yet?

I have been making the most of being off work by finishing up my half finished, or daydream, sewing projects. Over the past few months I have acquired a fair amount of fabric and patterns...recently I haven't had time to make but there is always time to shop to ease my crafty itchings! There are so many things I want to make I get a bit impatient to get them all done, and it's nice to have been able to just do the maxi dress I've been thinking about, and to start my Liberty print pyjamas (inspired by their nightwear range, using a print I bought ages ago). These pyjamas won't be featuring any time soon though as they are proving really tricky. But I have proudly mastered started learning how to sew without a pattern, hacking patterns and working with chiffon.

Being off work has also given me a chance to actually cook something properly for a change - not just because it is quick! Pizza recipe coming up soon...

Next week I am looking forward to

  • Spa time with my good friend Rhea. With afternoon tea.
  • Seeing Elvis. Well, the exhibition in the O2 to be precise with my pops (his Father's Day present).
  • Getting ready for our upcoming holiday/honeymoon/first anniversary.
  • Getting my work face back on and blitzing the to do list.
  • Not being a social media newbie/clutz. Maybe sort out my facebook page?
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Learning to sew - Delphine Skirt


My first solo sewing project - the Delphine skirt with a lining.

Having thoroughly examined Tilly's book Love at First Stitch and the Tilly and the Buttons website I decided to try making a skirt, and ambitiously settled on including a lining. Given this was the first garment I have ever made on my own it really was ambitious - I had never put in a zip before either but decided the step by step guides on line and in the book would be enough.

New skills
  • Transferring a pattern
  • Choosing fabric
  • Inserting an invisible zip
  • Inserting a lining

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Learning to sew - quick and easy shell top

New Look K6217

I saw this peach skin chiffon whilst window shopping on Backstitch and had to have it! I loved the warm coral colour and parrot design, and knew I could make something that was holiday worthy out of it. Being new to working with sheers I wanted as few seams as possible, and altered New Look K6217 into a really simple top!

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Busy girl's bronzing - three ways to self tan fast

bronzing

Finding four hours in the week where I can wait for a self-tan to develop without washing my hands, or rubbing off against something, is nearly impossible for me. Yet there are times when I know I’m going to need some artificial help to make my skin a little less pasty and a little more glowing, usually ahead of a wedding or similar on a Saturday. I am never brave enough to try instant tan products as I am usually in pale colours and just don’t trust them not to rub off! I once tried (as suggested by a colleague) to just wear the tan and do what I normally do (shop, cook, work…) and wash it off later. This was disastrous with patches everywhere! Thankfully self-tan producers are now creating more and more express products which I am increasingly addicted to. Here are three I have tried out.

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Christenings - 5 easy reception details


Here are a few details that you can easily and quickly put into place to make your guest reception a little bit special (and affordable too!).

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Beginning dressmaking? Three ways master the basics




If you are considering taking up dressmaking as a hobby have a look at these three ways to learn and get making quickly.




My new year's resolution was to learn how to sew - specifically clothes. If, like me, you don't have anyone nearby who can teach you, starting on your own can be a bit daunting. Luckily this is a growing hobby and there is a lot out there to choose from in terms of learning new skills. After a bit of internet research, and dedicated Great British Sewing Bee viewing, I narrowed down three different learning routes and cost options.
£ - Get a pattern and use internet videos.
££ - Get a beginner's sewing book and follow it.
£££ - Enrol and take part in a sewing class.

£. Pattern + Internet...£5
The idea of jumping straight into a sewing pattern filled me with fear. I really had no idea what to do. Finding videos on line was difficult as in order to be useful it needs to be ultra-specific... and I didn't know what I was looking for! If you have some sewing machine competency then this might work for you, but as a complete beginner not for me.


££ Book.....£13-20

My lovely dressmaking auntie heard about what I wanted to do on my annual Christmas visit, and gave me an impromptu gift to help me on my way - The Great British Sewing Bee companion book from series 1. Her one piece of advice was 'start with something simple like a cushion, and cut carefully'. I devoured the book (which had no cushion instructions) and ended up more at sea than ever. This was going to be even more complicated than I thought. I needed help with machine basics on top of everything else. 

*I later discovered Tilly Walnes' Love at First Stitch*. 
After trying out all three methods I would recommend this as the most cost effective way of moving from complete novice to competent(ish) dressmaker. Step by step photographs and uncomplicated language make this so easy to follow, and the projects I have made using her instructions have caused me the fewest headaches.

£££ Sewing class...£40+
So, to advance from my present state of owning one book, I ended up looking for a class. None of the local classes were on when I wasn't at work, or were aimed more at home craft. Eventually I discovered The Thrifty Stitcher; a London based tutor with a variety of sewing and dressmaking classes with dedicated beginner packages! Off I booked, and off I went, full of anticipation.
Greeted with a lovely cup of tea in the cosy studio I discovered the Thrifty Stitcher was in fact Claire-Louise Hardie, producer of the GBSB itself. 

I had booked the Ultimate Beginner's Day which started with getting to know a sewing machine (yay!) and learning sewing techniques to create a cushion (nod to Auntie). Though most things explained were in the book I had been given, and I have later discovered them in other books, I felt so much more confident having someone show me what to do. It was suddenly so obvious, and DOABLE. For the afternoon session we were required to bring fabric along, and I had even been crippled with nerves over this...who knew there were so many different types of cotton! Now, in this haberdashery haven it was all explained, and made perfect sense.
In the afternoon we moved on to demystifying patterns (I am still struggling with commercial patterns as they really are complicated until you are used to them!). For my pyjama bottoms there was some case in point learning in tailoring clothes to fit as I am so much shorter than most people. This plus other tips from dealing with the kinds of alterations I was always going to make has already been really helpful. No notes needed as handy newsletters and tip sheets have followed by email.
Suffice to say I was so proud as soon as I retuned home I immediately instagrammed my creations....

After my class I was so enthusiastic I went on an Amazon spree and swiftly purchased the second GBSB book 'Fashion with Fabric', and 'Love at First Stitch'. A new world opened up when I explored the Tilly and the Buttons website. Before when I had looked I was still confused. After my one sewing day I suddenly could navigate to what I needed, and followed instructions with success.
If I was starting from the beginning again I would be tempted to learn just from Tilly's book and website, but I think investing in the day's session got me going much faster.

Coming next... projects that went successfully (and why!), and lessons learned from epic fails.

Let me know if this was helpful, or if you have any beginning sewing tips.



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Trying out...6 piece Discover Laura Geller Collection from QVC



I couldn’t resist the chance to see what this foundation was like and have taken this handy little set of travel sized make up essentials with me on my various family celebrations this month…..to compliments such as ‘You look really well’ to ‘Your skin looks glowing’ to ‘I thought work was hard; it clearly suits you!’

It really was all down to the make up.

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Welcome to The Petite Passions and your blogger

 




Welcome to The Petite Passions; a lifestyle blog devoted to the small things that make life a little bit lovelier everyday… that for a short period can become an all encompassing passion… and my journeys through them.
So my first post. I suppose should be a little bit about yours truly as the rest of my blog will definitely make more sense then.

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