Introducing ~ Angela

on June 15 | in Contributors | by | with 9 Comments

Angela recently celebrated her first year of blogging, and the first anniversary of her big move to Tokyo, Japan. Saké Puppets has grown through the year as Angela explores Japanese sewing in a big way.
The year ahead is set to be a “year of creative work” for Angela, so you know you’ll want to check in with her at Saké Puppets as she continues to share all she sees and learns as a sewist in Japan. Angela’s up next with a beautiful project for taking your sewing on-the-go this summer…

Hi, everyone! I’m Angela over at Saké Puppets, and I’m thrilled to be sharing a tutorial with you at Sew,Mama, Sew! I started my blog a year ago when my husband and I dropped everything and moved to Tokyo, bringing only what we could carry (er, pile onto a luggage cart). Sadly, that didn’t include my sewing machine. It wasn’t long before I found a new one and got to work-– exploring Tokyo’s craft scene, rebuilding my stash of supplies, and learning all I could about Japanese craft and culture.

Tokyo offers endless amounts of inspiration, and I’m having a great time learning sashiko (for more on sashiko, you can check out my blog, here), sewing, and eating at lots (and lots) of ramen shops.

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9 Responses to Introducing ~ Angela

  1. Hi.. Angela.nice to know you..we share the same passion for sewing so let us link to share our likings.i love sewing beads and handmade embroideries,welcome to my blog

  2. Angela says:

    Thanks everyone for your comments!

  3. Hi Angela! Loved the hand-stitching on the tutorial.

  4. Christine says:

    I loved your site. You have a great writing style, almost like sitting down and talking.

  5. Katrina H says:

    You’re so lucky!!! I wish I could move to Tokyo! I’ve only been once but eager to get back…

  6. Ramona says:

    Glad to see you here. I had a lot of fun exploring your blog.

  7. Crystal says:

    I can’t wait to check out your blog. My little sister will probably love your site. She went to Japan as a missionary a few years ago and still has a heart to pray for the people.

  8. Wow, what an adventure!

  9. Eleonora says:

    hello Angela!welcome to Sew Mama Sew.I visited your blog and your shop,and I like japanese inspiration of your work, they appare so gentle!

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