Wednesday, 15 April 2020

Me-Made-May 2020!


Well, if it was a ‘normal’ year I would have announced the approaching Me-Made-May challenge on the 1st April. I would have written a post explaining what the challenge is, why you might want to take part, and how you can customise it to your own specifications and desires to make it truly useful and enjoyable for YOU. Well this year has most certainly failed to present itself as a ‘normal’ year, eh?! I think it’s safe to say that 2020 so far has been collectively the weirdest and most terrifying few months in most people’s memories. When the 1st April rolled around two weeks ago, my emotions were everywhere, and the last thing I felt like adding to my life was an additional challenge, and I felt that most people would probably feel the same so I didn't mention MMM. 

But since then I've been thinking about it some more. There are a number of elements that Me-Made-May annually brings that people might actually appreciate, and benefit from perhaps now more than ever. Much of the world is currently on lock down (/sheltering in place/self isolating/practising social distancing/whatever it's called where you live). Many of us who are lucky enough to not have to go outside very much and risk infection, are spending so much more time at home in our pjs or lounge wear, feeling lonely and miserable and not at all ourselves. Maybe a gentle, 'light' version of the Me-Made-May challenge IS what some of us may feel we need right now?


What IS Me-Made-May?

  • MMM is a personal challenge to wear your handmade items more often, or in different ways somehow, to help you improve your relationship with your handmade wardrobe. 
  • It is entirely personal: you can set the specifications of your challenge as you wish so that it will help YOU. Think about what you would like to improve and/or learn. 
  • You do your challenge for the duration of May.
  • It's entirely up to you whether you wish to keep your challenge entirely to yourself, or share some or all of it with others. If you wish to share the odd (or daily!) photo or comment on social media, please use the hashtag #memademay2020 so other participants can find you and cheer you along.

But the whole world has flipped upside down, should I take part?

Totally up to you. I wouldn't blame you if you took one look at the title of this blog post and screamed "NO WAY!" and slammed down the lid of your laptop. However, if you do fancy challenging yourself this year, PLEASE DO SO GENTLY. The last thing any of us needs right now is an additional challenge to complicate our lives.


But what might I gain by taking part?

You know what I need right now? I need a reason to wear something other than leggings every day. I need a reason to pull out my favourite handmade garments that I know will make me feel more like myself. I need something fun to think about each morning, rather than dwelling on the news headlines. I need to feel more connected with a community (of makers) and have a reason to celebrate each other and our achievements. Oh, and I want be nosy and see what you've made and how you wear it!


Ok, I want some of that too, what do I do now?

You need to think about the specifics of your (GENTLE) challenge. Think about what you'd like to achieve/improve/learn by the end of the month, and what you can do throughout the month to make that happen. Normally, I ask participants to fill out a pledge and post it in the comments of this post. If you would like to do that, awesome. If you'd like to share it on Instagram or anywhere else, then also awesome:

'I, (insert name or username here), pledge to (insert specifics of your challenge here) throughout May 2020'

So as an example, here's mine:

'I, Zoe aka @sozoblog, pledge to wear only handmade garments in unique combinations as much as possible throughout May 2020'.

If you have any questions or queries, please email me at sozoblog (at) g mail dotcom, or message me on IG @sozoblog. Please remember, if you do want to take part, be as gentle and kind to yourself as possible, and DO NOT beat yourself up if you wake up on 1st May and think, 'actually, no I can't be arsed'!. This is meant to be fun and useful and affirming! Please take care of yourselves, lots of love xxx

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Rachel P said...

What a great post! I want to do all things more like this - gently and how I can manage it. Love it!

Megan Adam said...

I've been looking forward to Me Made May despite the oddness of our times because I normally am too busy to participate and this year I can. Not only that, I'm quietly making a lot of clothes right now because I am re-sizing my wardrobe to fit me better.

For MeMadeMay2020 I plan to do the following (gently and with no self-recrimination):

* Evaluate every piece of self-made clothing in my collection for wear, fit, and whether it works with my current personal style. Remove garments that don’t meet my needs any longer.
* Dress in self-made clothing every day and document on Instagram.
* Let go of expectations around how my photos should look, while at the same time working on a better photo set up.

Really, I want a little bit of normal in my life, and sewing is a big part of that right now.

Carrie said...

I’m so glad you decided to go forward with this tradition. Traditions and predictability are so important and comforting right now. I’ve been watching MMM for a few years now and enjoying it very much. I’m still a beginner with very few me-makes in my wardrobe. This year I did the Seamwork wardrobe planning workshop and so my MMM goal is to finish that 100 Acts of Sewing shirt #1 in my wardrobe plan, photograph me wearing it as part of my existing wardrobe, and post it. Very gentle indeed!

Nancy said...

I found your blog several years ago and liked the idea of Me Made May. But simply didn't have enough me-made clothes to participate. I still don't, but since sewing some face masks, I decided to start on my fabric stash for clothes. I'll be lucky to make a dent in my collection during this sheltering. But a "stash of a hundred pieces begins with a single garment." I'm committed to using what I own and have inherited from my mom. I've got incredible vintage fabrics and patterns. I'm committed to at least wearing my hand knit socks once a week during May and to finishing the denim skirt and peasant blouse I want for summer.

nelnanandnora said...

Thank for keeping this going in a gentle and encouraging way. I pledge to wear a me made outfit each day, to sew more underwear and to celebrate the joy of a Handmade wardrobe.

Emily said...

Would you believe I woke up this morning thinking about Me Made May? I was wondering when you would post about it, and wondering how many people would be joining. I've been thinking a lot about what my challenge should be this year and to be honest, I still don't know. But it's important to me to take part, and I have a couple more weeks to finalize my pledge. Until then, I just pledge to take part, and thank you for hosting!!

Alison said...

I, Alison of Bagladybird - Learn to Sew, pledge to wear only me made outfits troughout may and consider any gaps in my wardrobe throughout May 2020.

matkailijakirppu said...

This year will definitely be different, but thank you for keeping up the MMM tradition! :) In these more home-bound conditions I pledge to try to wear at least 2 me-made garments or accessories each day during the May of 2020! :)

Anonymous said...

I've been waiting all year, thanks for keeping this challenge going this extremely challenging year. I've been wondering if we can get a restart to 2020, you know, just cancel the whole year and in January/21 just start over with 2020 again.

I don't know if I can participate every day but will surely try. My challenge will be the pic since the fitness room in the building has been locked up it's going to be interesting. I really loved the walls of mirrors. I might have to commandeer the elevators because there's a wonderful wall of mirror in them.

I Kathy of "upcycledcopycat" pledge to wear some memade pieces throughout May2020

sewing green lady said...

Hi yes just what we need to get us out of jeans!
I Dianne of sew, create and recycle pledge to wear handmade throughout May.

Ros said...

I thought about it weeks ago, before the world went crazy, and wasn't sure if I could do it. But apparently my coping mechanism for global pandemics is to sew all the things. So I am in, and with a bigger pledge than I was expecting:


I, Ros, pledge to wear ONLY handmade clothes (with the named exceptions below) throughout May 2020.

Permitted exceptions:
1. Underwear
2. Jeans
3. Leggings
4. Denim jacket.

Brittani (@untitledthoughts) said...

I always look forward to this time of year for this particular "challenge" and I am so thankful that it is here during this time! Things feel weird and upside down and loopy and establishing small reminders of what "normal" is or might be has been wonderful in keeping the days from flowing together or myself from becoming constantly overwhelmed. So for MMM2020, I, Brittani, pledge to:

+ Continue my journey of wearing 100% Me Made every day (undergarments included, but not shoes!) while simultaneously partaking in the Project 333 challenge.

+ Work on altering or fixing my "to mend" pile

+ Sew through a sizeable chunk of my WIP Pile

+ Create more garments that are gardener--friendly

I know I will not complete some of these 100%, but I love having them on my list as that gentle reminder for when I feel lost as to what I can do.

Beckerella said...

I, Beckie aka @beckerella83 (IG), pledge to wear at least one me made item every day and to work to add new items into my wardrobe from my existing pattern/fabric stash throughout May 2020.

SoShelleySews said...

I SoShelleySews, pledge to wear handmade delights whenever possible. Thanks for the inspiration to carry us forward

Melanie said...

I, Melanie of Following The Thread, pledge to wear as much me-made as possible during this time of housebound living. And to continue working on drafting myself a pattern of my own by the end of the month!

Caroline said...

'I, Caroline of CJ Made & @cjmade72 , pledge to wear me-made clothing throughout May 2020. I would like to review my me-made wardrobe and adjust, re-make or recycle things that don't work for me anymore'

threadandginger said...

I , Wendy (@ThreadandGinger) plan to wear as much me made clothing as I can throughout May, and will try to get out of jeans and t-shirts and wear more dresses and pretty things.

Sari said...

I, Sari (@whatsarimakes), pledge to get my sewing machine out and start sewing to replace my recently lost wardrobe, throughout May 2020 and continuing after.
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We evacuated from Africa back to the states because of COVID and the airlines lost my one-suitcase wardrobe, full of mostly hand sewn and knit garments. I've been too bummed to sew anything, and I definitely can't participate this year by wearing me made clothes all month... but I can start rebuilding...

<3

My Love Affair With Sewing said...

'I, Lucy for @myloveaffairwithsewing, pledge to wear only me-made clothes as much as possible throughout May 2020'

Emma said...

So pleased this is happening this year, thank you. I've watched it over the years but never felt ready to join in until now. Here goes:

I Emma, @akamrswood, pledge to prioritise me made over shop made every day and I will wear the skirts I've made and love but make excuses not too wear.

Alyssa said...

'I, Alyssa of What Would Nancy Drew Wear? ( https://wwndw.wordpress.com/2020/04/18/me-made-may-2020/ ), pledge to do something as yet TBD throughout May 2020. I am thinking of the following possibilities: wearing me-made all the first week and then sewing something each subsequent week, making a muslin every week, or tackling a WIP/alteration each week.'

vintagerockchick said...

Yep, I'm in again! Like lots of other people at the moment, I've been living in jeans and leggings for the last few weeks. So, I went to the wardrobe to decide on my pledge, and I'm somewhat embarrassed to admit that I have over 70 (SEVENTY!) me-made tops. So that's me decided ...
'I, Gill, aka vintagerockchick, pledge to wear at least one different MeMade tops every day, with no repeats, during May 2020.

Hi! I'm Kerri... said...

I have been seeing so many beautiful things in Instagram from last year’s challenge and would LOVE to join this year’s! I am a fabric ‘collector’ and have been trying to actually start using it to make some great pieces from them as well as increase my skill level. I, Kerri (palmjules on insta) promise to be gentle to myself and to wear something memade every day in May even if it’s me made jammies!)

lahbluebonnet said...

I would like to participate since it brings a bit of normalcy in these cautious times that have so changed our lives.

I, Laurie of Teacups in the Garden (https://teacupsinthegarden.blogspot.com/), pledge to share my thoughts of garments I have sewn and wear, and those I'd like to add to my wardrobe, through photos on instagram and discussion through blogging throughout May 2020'

Efwa - Medea said...

I really want to participate this year and I hope that I can make some new clothes during the month. I'm just into Wardrobe Architect and think a lot about how I will dress, my style and the wardrobe colors. I think that MMM can help me see and feel what I like most about my clothes and my wardrobe.
So... I, Efwa - Medea (@medeasgarderob), pledge to wear me-made clothes, sew som new garments and show you through photos on instagram throughout May 2020.

Anonymous said...


'I, Caroline aka @carolineeatscake, pledge to find unique combinations, style and confidence wearing my me mades in the “real world” throughout May 2020'

Lucy said...

I, Lucy, aka @love.it.sew.much, pledge to wear at least one me made garment each day during the month of May 2020.

Christie said...

I, Christie, pledge to wear, use & appreciate me made clothing, accessories (jewellery, scarfs, millinery etc) & homewares throughout May 2020.

Thank you for hosting Me Made May again this year.

Liz Haywood said...

Thank you; this could be just the antidote I need.

For Me-Made-May 2020, I, Liz Haywood of www.lizhaywood.com.au and @lizhaywood3754, plan to (gently) do the following:

Wear me-made clothes every day, preferably styled in an interesting and untried way.

Put more thought and effort into getting dressed every day, because, quite frankly, sartorial standards have been slipping around here.

Wear the zero waste samples (all me-made) from my book Zero Waste Sewing, which are just sitting here in a box now that all book talks and workshops are cancelled. I wouldn't let (the ones that fitted me) be part of my wardrobe because I needed them for show-and-tell, but now I will wear them without reservation.

Bagqueen said...

I love MMM and I have participated on and off since the first one, although I haven’t always documented it on social media. This year it will be good for me get out of my pyjamas!! Part of MMM for me is also to rationalise my wardrobe & not keep making stuff I don’t need, so many of my photos could just be reruns of last year. So for my pledge I will post on IG daily, something that I have made Sometimes I will be wearing it and sometimes it will be for someone else. I will try and wear something* me made each day but I won’t bore you with same old same old! Not that I kid myself that anyone will remember my photos from last year!!!

Unknown said...

For the first time in four years (likely longer), travel has not been a big part of my life, and five weekends (so far) in a row have been at home with no plans. Sewing has become my way of creating a new normal, and though I only have a few me mades (at the moment), very excited to take part in my first Me Made May! Now to see how many pieces I can add through the rest of April to help in my pledge.

I, Patty D, @sewparadox, pledge to wear a me made twice per week throughout May 2020.

Béa said...

This will be my 7th MMM, and I'm still loving it! Thank you Zoe for keeping it going through these strange times. I'll be working from home throughout May (it seems unlikely that we'll be back to "normal" just yet), and that involves a lot of sitting on the floor, because I've got no work desk! So I *will* be rocking the yoga pants & leggings for the foreseeable. What I need to do for MMM is make sure they are banging not boring.

So...

I Béa of www.beassewingadventures.wordpress.com (@missbeacurtis on Instagram) pledge to wear Me Made clothing every day. This will include any garment made, mended, embellished or upcycled by me. I'm also going to use this as an opportunity to embed good lockdown habits, by photo-documenting my Me Made outfits during my daily walks (to make sure that I do actually go out more, yay for Internet Accountability).

Fiona Parker said...

I'm so happy that you have decided to go ahead with this Zoe. I feel like I've forgotten how to enjoy getting dressed and putting together an outfit of all the garments I've so lovingly handmade.
I Fiona of Diary of a Chain Stitcher pledge to wear Me Made clothing as much as possible and rediscover the joys of what is lurking in the depths of my handmade wardrobe throughout May 2020

Unknown said...

Thank you so much Zoe for deciding to move forward and hosting MMM2020. I have enjoyed this challenge for years and despite the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic, I am excited again to participate and cheer on all MMM2020-ers globally! So for me,
'I, Elizabeth of B-Inspired at edukedesigns.wordpress.com, pledge to wear me-made clothing and/or accessories, work on creating new pieces and post on my blog and social media as often as possible throughout May 2020'

Unknown said...

I, @blommiga_tapeter, sign up as a participant of Me-Made-May 2020. I endeavour to: explore new ways to style my rtw and memade wardrobe during May 2020 (colour combos, silhouttes, accessories), and dare myself to clear out the memades I do not use and that lack potential for my lifestyle and taste. I will be documenting all outfits on my phone, some on insta and rejects in my notebook.

Unknown said...

I, Mary McCarthy, pledge to wear at least one me made item every day and to work to add new items into my wardrobe from my existing pattern/fabric stash throughout May 2020.

Pamela Shadle-Flores said...

Thank you for a wonderful post, as always :)
I, Pamela @hellolongwknd, pledge to document my handmades in a daily OOTD post on Instagram for as many days of May as I can (hopefully all of them).

Vicki said...

I Vicki, aka itallstartedwithastitch pledge to wear only handmade garments as much as possible throughout May 2020' and post a photo of these on Instagram.

Anonymous said...

I, Stefanie, pledge to wear only handmade garments in unique combinations as much as possible throughout May 2020.

Thank you so much, not everything should be post-poned as well as it is save.

Stars Threads said...

Thanks so much for doing this again this year. This is just what I need to get outta my leggings and back into the clothes I really like to wear! So here goes.... I, Star of @starsthreads (Instagram) pledge to wear at least one me made during each workday of the month of May. (I’ll be busily sewing new me mades on the weekends!).

Sharon said...

Thank you ZoWe all need this, the normality of it all. I Sharon of @petiteandsewing (Instagram) pledge to wear me made sewn and knitted garments for the month of May and to finish to hand knit garments and the swimmer bottoms for the top I made last May.

Anonymous said...

I started thinking earlier this year about how to make my MeMadeMay different to what I did last year. I wear me-made every day, but what I had planned will have to wait til next year. So here’s my pledge for 2020: I, Linda of @dressedbysewandsew pledge to wear and post me-made outfits created between June 2019 and May 2020, with at least two posts each week of May.

Huegelring said...

Thank you so much for hosting the MMM again.
I, Julia from huegelring.blogspot.de (@huegelring) pledge to wear at least one handmade garment every day and to fill the gap of handmade bottoms as much a possible during May. Further on I pledge to wear a dress at least once a week.

Analuz said...

This is the first time I take part of MMM and I am so excited to Finally take part! My gentle To myself is to use as many pieces made by me during this MMM and take a picture of OOT to post on Instagram. I want to do this to help me get me more inspired to sew more, as I have not felt very inspired this year.

Karolina said...

This is my first time attending MMM. This is maybe not how a thought it would be done but as I have been working from home the last 6 weeks I really need to get dressed in something else then jeans and my Houdini power jacket. So my challange is to dress in something memade almost every day of May, just one thing in the outfit is okey but I am aimimg for more...
so here is my pledge: I, Karolina of @pratamedrut, pledge to try to wear something memade everyday of May.

Kelsey said...

Before lockdown I’d only sewn about 2 garments. I’ve somehow completed about 5 since I’ve been cooped up!

For MMM my challenge for myself is to wear every one of my me maxes at least once. I’m hoping this will help me to know what patterns to remake and what changes need to be made for me to really love the first of some of my makes.

I’ll post what I can on Instagram @kidseatbooks

Unknown said...

This is my second time attending MMM but the first time with an offical pledge on here.

As I wear at least one selfmade clothing item every day I will try to wear outfits that are completly selfmade every day (besides bras, undies, socks and shoes) and also try to wear more of the items I've made a longer time ago (I tend to mostly wear my newest makes).

Also I will try to dedicate each week a theme. Week one (01.05-10.05.) will be blouses, week two (11.05.-17.05.) will be shirts, week three (18.05.-24.05.) will be dresses and skirts and week four (25.05.-31.05.) will be pants and jumpsuits and I will try to wear a different theme-item every day during the theme's week.

I'll try to document my challenge on Instagram @juma_made_

whosewever said...

I, Ann of @whosewever, pledge to wear at least one me-made item each day throughout May 2020'

stitchynotions said...

I, Jen pledge to wear at least one me-made item each day throughout May 2020.
Think it will be very motivating and uplifting at this time.

Aurore said...

'I, Aurore, pledge to wear at least 1 me-made item each day throughout May 2020'
https://www.instagram.com/b0r3alis1/

Anonymous said...

I Sarah Castell of @sarahsewsallthestuff pledge to wear me made as.much as possible during the month of May 2020

Unknown said...

I, Charis Pledge to wear at least one item of me made clothing every day and for every pattern I sew, attempt a new skill never tried before, throughout May 2020

Steph said...

I, Stephanie, pledge to wear only handmade garments throughout May 2020, and to sew my stash/projects on my list, and post daily outfits as much as possible.

Izzy B said...

I Izzy B (@sew.into.this), pledge to wear my hand made clothing for 4 out of 7 days a week throughout May 2020. This is the first year I’ve done this and it’s going to be a lovely distraction from all the chaos and also get me wearing proper clothes again 😂

Jannie said...

I, Jannie, aka @Janniemakesthings pledge that during the month of may I will ”wear and share” memades most days. I will take this opportunity to have a look at my wardrobe and figure out what needs replacing. Oh, and I also hope to connect with a lot of lovely sewist in this fun month.
Thanks for continuing the tradition despite everything. I have been looking foreward to it, for ages! Have a great month everyone!

Heather said...

I, Heather, of Heatherymakes, promise that for the month of May, I will make a concentrated effort to wear only those clothes that bring me joy. I will wear my handmades, and non-handmade items as I see fit, but I want the items to spark something within when I put them on in the morning. 

Through this I hope to find out what I wear, what I want to wear, and I will also be taking the time to clean out my drawers and hope to end the month with a wardrobe consisting of a cohesive style that sparks happiness (and is also functional!). 

AskSarah said...

'I, Sarah Johannsen of ask Sarah.com.au, pledge to sew & wear as many me made items as I can throughout May 2020'

Unknown said...

I fiona, @the hemming_way pledge to try and wear as many of my memades this month while wfh.

Katie K said...

I, Katie, aka @kak513, pledge to sew 5 garments for myself; specifically garments that I have put off making for years even though I own both the patterns and purchased fabric for them. I will also wear me made on a daily basis.

Nicole E said...

I have watched MMM the last two years and haven’t felt like I had enough garments to do it. But this year I might and I’m so excited!

I, Nicole Diane (@fabricfrommygrandma), pledge to wear and post me-made garments at least three times a week, in combination with ready to wear. I pledge to make and post at least one pair of bottoms (shirt/pants/shorts) and one knit garment to start filling holes in my me made!

Unknown said...

I just learned about this challenge for the first time and I'm super excited to participate!
I, Jacqui Mendez-Johnson (@mad_sewing_scientist on IG), pledge to wear my me-made garments throughout May 2020. I might not be able to post everyday but will try!

Anonymous said...

I Will try to wear memade clothes every day in May. If I run out of memadeforme clothes , I will make sure at least one of my children is wearing a memade outfit. I will try to post pictures on Instagram @bywils
We al need a reason to get dressed right ?!

Bobo Bun said...

I, Lisa @lady_of_the_cloth, pledge to thoroughly enjoy the whole of MMM20 celebrating my me made wardrobe and other peoples too throughout May 2020'

This will be my fifth year taking part and it really is one of my favourites Zoe. X

_lifesastitch said...

I Helen @_lifesastitch will try to wear at least one handmade item each day, hopefully this year will be an improvement on the sludge colours of last year. Can’t wait ������!

Alex said...

Last spring I was sewing nonstop and when I saw people posting about Me Made May about midway through the month I put a reminder on my calendar for this year. Now it's almost May again, I had lost inspiration over the winter anyway and all I've really sewn lately are masks, plus I haven't gotten dressed in real clothes more than a time or two in the last 6 weeks. I wasn't going to participate because who's going to see me anyway? but reading the backstory of the challenge and what it's really about made me decide this could be really good for me. I'm hoping that getting dressed will make me feel more normal and that putting on garments I made but haven't worn since last summer will give me back some inspiration and motivation. So, I, Alex, pledge to wear at least one different item I've made each day in May.

Kristen Will said...

I, Kristen, pledge to wear a handmade garment or accessory each day in May, especially my Make Nine 2020!

Karla Menendez said...

I @karlamenendez01 pledge to wear a mix of old and new me-mades throught the month of May and assess my closet as needed and give a little background information of my time and place when the piece was made.

Penny said...

This is my 1st memademay and I'm so excited to take part. I, Penny, pledge to wear at least 1 me made garment every day throughout throughout May 2020. That can include a jacket, even if only worn briefly, or a dressing gown worn for more than running from bedroom to shower. I want to get more comfortable posting on instagram, so I'll put up at least 1 post a week.

ellinoora said...

I, @elinoorasews, pledge to iron my clothes so I can wear my me-mades throughout May 2020. I also pledge to wear me-mades 5 days a week, to take a daily picture of my outfit and to do something sewing-related every week.
Not sure I'll post the pictures on a daily basis, but I do want to do a weekly round-up! I'm also participating in the #dresslikeyourgrandma challenge so we'll see how it all works out :)

GemmaP said...

I live in Beijing and we're already on day 99 of our COVID-19 experience and for most of that time I've had a sewing machine and I have been sewing up a storm! I've completed projects from a couple of years ago, made new items using up a lot of my fabric stash that I brought over with me as well new fabric that I've bought here and whilst visiting the Philippines and Malaysia. I now need to slow down and think about what gaps I have in my wardrobe, and how I can incorporate my new makes into the rest of my wardrobe. I, Gemma, plan to wear at least one item of memade clothing everyday and to record different outfit combinations on Instagram.

Cameron said...

I have only recently started sewing again in 2019. I am really a beginner, but very enthusiastic! Before this COVID-19 thing, My New Year's resolution was to not buy any new clothes this year. Not even underwear. So far so good, it's been easy 'cause of the "situation." (I am missing my trips to thrift stores though, I love to refashion and upcycle.) I've had a fabric stash for 30 years that I am using now and fortunately my local print shop is printing patterns for me! For #memademay, I vow to keep challenging myself and to wear something I make each day, and to try and share my journey of learning on Instagram.

Sew Pomona said...

I'm so happy Me Made May is back again this year! For me it will add a bit of normalcy to this crazy time! This is my 7th year participating and I always learn so much. Here's my pledge: "I, Rebecca,of Sew Pomona @sewpomona, pledge to wear a unique handmade outfit every day of Me Made May." Thanks so much for hosting!

dulietina said...

I Giulia, @dulietinaa pledge to wear every day a me made garment and/or piece of jewellery having at least one no repeated item per day every day of May.

I also swear to fix at least 4 me made items sitting in the "please fix me" shelf, likely one per week.

I swear it is gentle, I already wear me made almost every day, the non repetition is only to add a sparkle of fun :)

Alba said...

Thank you so much for hosting the MMM again. 😃
I, Alba from https://Sewingage.wordpress.com (@Sewing_age on Instagram) pledge to wear at least one handmade garment each two days as much a possible during May. (Unfortunately currently I don't have garments for all days. I am still learning). every day and to fill the gap of handmade bottoms as much a possible during May.

Tee Jay said...

I've always chickened out of MMM but decided that this year I'm going to go for it, so I Tracie Dodd @pumpkin_and_me pledge to wear one hand made garment for as many days as possible in May and to make one garment a week for the month of May.
Good luck everyone we can do this as gently as we like

Unknown said...

I feel like I finally have some space in my life to participate this year! I, Megan aka @teal_vibes, pledge to wear my handmade garments as much as possible for the month of May 2020. I pledge to also finish my “in progress” projects and get ready for my next sewing adventures!

to_does said...

Thanks for hosting MMM2020! Here's my pledge:

I, Antonia (@to_does), sign up as a participant of Me-Made-May 2020. I endeavour to wear at least one me-made item everyday and to reflect on any gaps in my wardrobe during May 2020.

Sarah L. Crowder said...

I, Sarah L. Crowder (@codenamesarah on IG), pledge to wear self-made garments at least three times a week throughout May 2020. I'm not promising photos or new garments, but I'm doing it just to give myself a feeling of normalcy, as I participate almost every year.

Sarah said...

I, Sarah, (@a.liitle.quiet -IG) will attempt to wear at least one me made garment a day and document said garment during the month of May 2020'.

Odette said...

Thank you Zo for this.

I, Odette Scott (@odettescott), will wear me-made every day and attempt to wear wholly me made outfits during May (excluding shoes, bags and coats). I will endeavour to document this on Instagram (my biggest challenge). I will use this process to consider what me-made items are missing from my wardrobe and understand the reason why any me-makes are unworn after a month.

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Claire said...

I, Claire, (@clairelizzie3774 on IG), pledge to wear at least one me made garment a day and document on IG for the month of May 2020. I'm not sure how many items I have actually made, only starting probably sewing clothes for myself last May! It will be interesting to get them all out.

Juliette said...

I, Juliette (@juliettemijeon on IG) pledge to wear at least one me-made garment a day, in unique combinations, for the month of May 2020. For the duration of Me-Made-May, I will also try to keep sewing from my stash, using only fabrics that coordinate with whatever thread and other notions I have available, so as not to go fabric/haberdashery-shopping more than necessary. I will also use Me-Made-May as an opportunity to identify what's missing in my wardrobe.

As a side note : I'm of 2 minds on my self-imposed fabric/haberdashery shopping ban. Here in France we're still contained until May 11th (at least), so I try not to go out more than necessary (especially since we have to fill in a form every time we leave home, specifying our reason for going out), and I also think it's better to leave a better access to fabric/haberdashery stores to people who are making masks, scrubs and so on (which I can't, since I'm working from home full time and I'm not "au chômage partiel" (not sure what the translation of this would be.)). But on the other hand, I feel like I should do something to support my local fabric shops, and buying from them would be the least I could do...Anyone else feel the same?

Tessa said...

I, Tessa (@tess_paris_), pledge to wear at least one Me Made item every day throughout May 2020

Margaret Fletcher said...

I Margaret margfletch@optusnet.com.au pledge to wear one hand made garment throughout May 2020 and to make one garment a week for the month of May. I will also use Me-Made-May to complete my sewing repairs that have been hanging around in my sewing room.
Have fun and good luck everyone.

Deborahacutajar@gmail.com said...

I Deb @ idratherbesewing pledge to wear me made as often as I can throughout May! I haven’t been making my own clothes for long so I will continue you add to my wardrobe!

Pianja_i_stugan said...

I, Pianja_i_stugan, pledge to get dressed at least five days/week throughout May 2020
These days I do get dressed I will wear my me-mades and get out of the flat. I will, for my own accountability, document it on IG.

Shannon said...

I, Shannon @smkendall67, pledge to wear handmade clothes in the month of May as much as possible. I also pledge to finish any projects I start before moving on to the next one.

Rose said...

I, Rose, pledge to get dressed everyday wearing at least 1 handmade garment, and get back connected with the instagram sewing community by posting photos. In the process, I will strive to organize my wardrobe and attack some of the mess in my sewing area. For me, that will be quite an achievement these days. Memademay always is an opportunity for me to meet new friends. I think this challenge will put some energy back into my sewing machine. Thanks, Zoe!!

javu said...

I, Jannette @jannettevusich, pledge is to put on a homemade outfit every day and wear it for at least two hours before going back to sweats and to documen that outfit on Instagram, using my 500 sq feet and daily dog walks as creatively as possible. In doing so, I hope to produce a personal record of quarantine life and publicly thank all the women-owned businesses that enable my hobby.

Heather said...

I, Heather @heatherasanders, pledge to finish two long-running sewing projects and wear them this month. I’ll probably also post a few memade outfits I happen to wear this month on IG if/when I feel like it.

Amy H said...

I, Amy aka @azapops, pledge to wear something handmade every day throughout Me Made May 2020, but there may be repeats, there may not be a photo every day, and if there is a photo I might have unbrushed hair!

Amelia Ellen said...

I Amelia @amelia_ellen_sews pledge to wear at least one 'Me Made' item every day for the month of May!

Geri Kok-Berman said...

I, Geri @geraldineberman at www.geriinstitches.com, pledge to take my me-made garments out of the closet and feature them on my new blog, keep sewing and laughing through the month of May 2020, and beyond.

caribe_girl_sews said...

I Seanna @caribe_girl_sews pledge to finally start an instagram account (i know...i know lol) figure out new outfit combinations from the clothes I have already sewn and connect with all the wonderful people in the sewing community that I have always admired.

PaisleyPirouette said...

Thank you so much Zoë for organising Me-Made-May again this year of pandemic lockdown! It is heartwarming meeting all the enthusiastic sewists and changing encouraging comments. It’s already my seventh year, after using flickr, then Pnterest, now IG. My pledge hasn’t really changed from last years:
'I, SaSa of paisleypirouette.blogspot.de @paisleypirouette, sign up as a participant of Me-Made-May '19. I endeavor to wear as many me-made garments as possible including lingerie and activewear each day of May 2019. I will try taking a picture most of the days to better know my outfits and to discover the gaps in my wardrobe.This helps me better knowing my wardrobe, the pictures are more honest than the mirror. I am not a planning person, so I would grab the outfit spontaneously in the mornings trying to create new outfits.

Muriel.Nahtzugabe5cm said...

I, Muriel (Nahtzugabe5cm), pledge to wear only handmade garments during May 2020. For me it´s the sixth year I take part in this challenge.
I had so much fun during last Mays and got to know so many great sewists from all over the world. Many thanks to Zoe for making this possible

Anonymous said...

I Mary McFarlane #mmcfarlanemuskoka pledge to wear me-mades often in May 2020, to sew several new things, and to enjoy others' instagram posts daily.

Anonymous said...

I, Sam/sew_much_stash, pledge to wear at least one me-made item each day in May, and to use this month to review my homemade wardrobe. Also, during this month I will only buy fabric if it enables me to fill an identified gap in my wardrobe.

So glad this is still going ahead. It’s my first year participating after two years of just following along in admiration of everyone else’s me-made outfits.

Lorrainebcalhoun said...

I @lorrainebcalhoun plan to participate in MMM by wearing and photographing
my self sewn clothes.

Soshamomma said...

I Sosha @soshamomma pledge to wear garments I have made as many days as possible in May. I will love these garments because I made them using my creativity and skill even if I don’t love the way they turned out. This is my first time participating. I am so excited you decided to do the challenge this year. I have finally had the time to create the summer wardrobe I have always wanted to make.

justsewtherapeutic said...

Hi Zoe, thanks for organising this again. It’s a bit of an odd one this year isn’t it? When the lockdown first started what I wore didn’t seem important in the grand scheme of things but as time goes on I’ve realised I find comfort in things that are familiar, even if it’s just putting on a bit of lippie and a nice frock. I think Me Made May will prove to be so important for all of us this year, it’s a way to give each other support, inspiration and some semblance of normality in a very abnormal situation. And so ‘I Helen, of justsewtherapeutic, pledge to wear me made clothes and create one garment a week throughout the month of May’

Vicky said...

I, Vicky (Fielding2008), pledge to wear at least one item of me made clothing every day throughout May 2020.

Sharon said...

I, Sharon (@absewlutely.sharon), pledge to wear mostly me made clothing and make at least three items of clothing during May 2020.

Sarah said...

I, Sarah, (@shechapter127), pledge to wear my me made clothing and be less critical of my makes throughout May 2020.

Jodi Wade said...

'I, Jodi (@jodissewingroom), pledge to wear only handmade garments throughout May 2020'.

Clasheen said...

'I, Nicola Brown, @Clasheen pledge to sew my first pair of cords, insert a zip, sew at least one button hole and wear at least one item of me made or up-cycled clothing every day throughout May 2020. I also aim to sew two pairs of pyjamas but realise that I may not have time to do everything!'

Thanks Zoe for running this again. It will be my second time participating and I am really looking forward to seeing everyone's creations!

Lulu said...

I, Lulu (@lebentier), pledge to wear as much of my me-made as possible throughout May 2020. It will be a great reason to get out of my PJs every morning in these really weird times. Thanks for hosting Zoe - I think this will be great therapy for a bunch of us! PS... I also pledge to make at least 3 new items in May and to work towards putting some fun new sewing skills into my tool belt this month.

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Mary said...

I pledge to wear my makes as an actual outfit with accessories (and makeup when in the mood). A lot of my makes are tops and I have tendency to style them really casually out of laziness so I want to change that. I’ll also be posting my outfits on my instagram @subterfuge.jpg

Julie.Helene.Makes said...

I Julie @julie.helene.makes pledge to wear me made pants 3 out of 7 days of the week throughout May 2020. Yes, actual pants. I would also like to add at least 3 me-made tops to my wardrobe to compliment my pants. I will be posting my journey on Instagram to help motivate me next year for the same challenge!

Vickig said...

Hi Zoe,
Thanks for hosting again, this will be my fifth year in a row of participating and I look forward to this every May. So happy that despite the current situation you have decided to bring back this lovely and gentle challenge. I'm still trying to keep some normality going and getting dressed in my 'good' clothes every day, as well as doing my hair and make-up and I'm really looking forward to focusing on my me made garments and celebrating both the things that unite us but also are unique to us. For these reasons I , Vicki aka @cathywafs on Insta, pledge to wear at least one handmade garment every day and not to repeat any outfit combinations as much as possible throughout May 2020. I will also aim to finish any minor repairs and refashions that are outstanding and try to evaluate the gaps that remain in my hand made wardrobe'.

Anonymous said...

I, Meaghan (@megumakes), pledge to wear or USE me-made items at least 5 times a week during May 2020.

glw said...

I, glenda at tor2gito, pledge to wear or USE me-made items at least 5 times a week during May 2020.

Zed said...

I, Altered Zed,pledge to:
1. Wear one me made garment at least twice a week
2. Evaluate my wardrobe for gaps or garments that need replacing
3. Make and document one new garment (knit or sew)
throughout May 2020.

Joanna’s Feeling Crafty said...

I’m a bit late with my pledge... it’s a tough one this year, it’s a different world... So my pledge is this: I’m going to re-discover my wardrobe. I’ll document my outfits every day - me made or not. I pledge to wear at least one me made... Even if it’s just knickers... I’ll know, nobody else has to... I want to have fun getting dressed in the morning ... I missed it!
Thank you so much for this challenge. We need it more than ever!

JoAnne said...

I, Joanne aka @adaydreamerlife, pledge to make one me-made project each week and wear me-made items as much as possible throughout May 2020'.

Zoe said...

I, Zoë, pledge to wear at least one handmade garment per day throughout May 2020.

Lucía Fernández said...

I, Lucía (lucia_fl) pledge to wear 7 handmade garments per week, to enjoy slow sewing and to make my first pair of jeans (Dawn, Ginger, you are next!).

Thank you Zoe for gathering us one more year around MMMay!

Anne-Rose said...

This is the sixth year that I am taking part in Me Made May, although last year I only documented some of my outfits. Let’s see how it goes this year! These are strange times we’re living in, I’m working from home and I do get dressed each day, but I am wearing different outfits than I would normally do when going into the office. No daily commute has freed up extra time for sewing so I have some new items to wear as well. I don’t think committing to a specific number of days or items per week will be helpful for me in the current situation, so I’ll just do my best to play along, document my outfits on Instagram (@annerosevandijk) and enjoy seeing what everyone else is wearing!

Unknown said...

I, Caitlin aka @sunshineandstationery, pledge to wear as many me made garments as possible (playing with layers & different combinations) throughout May 2020 while using the challenge to identify holes in my me made wardrobe.

Anonymous said...

I, Rachel aka @scissorspapersewn, pledge to create myself a Remade May this year; using this month to revisit, alter, refashion or release remades that aren't sitting right. I'll keep a daily journal/sketch of my outfit noting any changes I'll make, and posting when the mood strikes or I have a remade garment to share. I'll try not to live in Hudson pants or make 98 more pairs this month.

Unknown said...

I, Amelia aka @milly.gene, pledge to enjoy wearing handmade items this month. I'll aim to wear handmade every day, but not stress if I don't manage it. I'll also make note of any gaps and work these through in the next year.

Sarah britner said...

Sarah Britner .I pledge to sew slower! Because I can, I have the time, guilt free sewing. And most of all wear the pile of me made clothes.
Make less fitting mistakes so I actually wear the things I make.looking forward to revisiting my me made wardrobe ❣️

Anonymous said...


I, Christina aka @tinarystad pledge to wear at least one me made garment every day
throughout May 2020. I’ll also make note of any gaps in my wardrobe and work these through before next May.

Anonymous said...

I, Amy Christer AKA @amyjanemakes, pledge to wear and enjoy me-made garments every day throughout the month of May. I also pledge to make something pretty to wear for our 10year wedding anniversary (no doubt in lockdown) towards the end of the month, recreating one of my husband’s favourite me-mades in a fancier fabric.

Alex’s adventures in fabric said...

I, Alex aka @adventuresinfabric pledge to wear a minimum of one me made item per day (ideally more!) in as many different combinations as possible during May 2020P

Alex’s adventures in fabric said...

I, Alex aka @adventuresinfabric pledge to wear a minimum of one me made item per day (ideally more!) in as many different combinations as possible during May 2020P

Anonymous said...

This year I came across your challenge for the first time and I am really excited about it. Especially in these dark times I love to let a little bit of creativity and colourfulness into everyday life. Furthermore it is a great opportunity not only to sew and collect beautiful clothes, but to actually wear them. I am part of it!

Adina of "adinskausminsk" pledge to wear some memade pieces throughout May2020

Anna said...

I Anna @fuzzybabyseals, pledge to wear me made daily & to go through my clothes to find gaps to help identify what is missing (mainly overalls/jumpsuits, dress pants) I am looking forward to another Yr of MMM.

Anonymous said...

Right here goes:

'I, Fi @sewingfi, pledge to try and wear as many me-made clothes as possible each day throughout May 2020'

Saba said...

I Saba aka @sew_shayarana pledge to wear me made daily through the month of May. I will document the process and share my journey in my blog at the end of the month.

Although this is a challenging year to join, it also is an opportunity to brighten my days as I always feel great wearing what I have sewn. Looking forward to participating in MMM 2020 and looking at what other pledgers share :)

Ninaah Bulles said...

Hi, I just discover this challenge by a friend. And I want to participate.

Hello, I'm Ninah aka @ninaahbulles from france. I pledge to wear and share me made clothes or accessories daily through the month of May and I will try to share them evry 2 days on my Instagram.
I will try to share my experience in the end of the challenge on my blog.

Thank you for this challenge.

Luus said...

I, Luus, from luus.wordpress.com endeavour to wear the majority of my non-pants me-made clothes in May without (too many) repeats and wear me-mades daily. I also aim to finish knitting the grey sweater.

anchen said...

Hi! I have looked with admiration at others’ #MMM posts for several years now, and today I finally found the source! Thank you for this great idea, and thanks, too, for continuing with it this year. Though I’ve been a sewist and fiber-crafter since I was a kid, I haven’t sewn clothing for myself in a long time. Lately though, I've been thinking about it... a lot. So even though I don't have much to show, here is my pledge:
I, Anne (IG: @angry_origami), pledge to sew at least two me-made items for my wardrobe in May 2020.

Charlotte said...

I have been really excited about Me Made May 2020, I took part last year but, at the time only had 1 item of handmade clothing as before I had only sewn for my son and daughter, I make a pledge this year to wear at least one me made outfit each week of May and sew a couple of new items too during the month. Sewing is my therapy and lockdown has only higlighted it more.

Anonymous said...

I, Lisa, pledge to wear and enjoy my me-made clothing throughout May 2020.

Mrs P said...

I am going to go for it!
I Maria Tiley of Sewn Away, pledge to wear my hand made clothes on as many days as I can throughout May 2020. I aim to document my journey on my Sewn Away facebook page and Maria.tiley instagram!

Anna-Jo Sews said...

I, Anna of Anna-Jo Sews, pledge to wear at least two me-made garments in a unique combination every day throughout May 2020. I'm planning to keep things casual, comfy and in my style, and will hopefully be uploading an outfit pic to Instagram every day (@anna_jo_sews) as well as doing at least one round up post on the blog. Ideally I'd like to do them every Friday, but we'll see about that.

I'm hoping I'll discover a few new ideas for outfit combinations using my existing clothes, as well as coming up with a few ideas for items to sew that will go with lots of my existing garments to make new outfits.

I hope everyone has fun with their challenges! I always love taking part in Me Made May and learn a lot about my wardrobe in the process.

Kristal said...

I, Kristal aka @kristal_kreates, pledge to enjoy wearing handmade items this month. I'll aim to wear at least 1 handmade piece every day, even if its only undies, but not stress if I don't manage it. I'll make note of any gaps in my wardrobe and work on these. I will fit my Emery dress pattern properly and sew it up in a good fabric.

Ann said...

During this time at home, my husband finally finished building our closet - we live in an 1860s house that doesn't have ANY so he converted a tiny bedroom into our closet. When I moved my clothes in, I suddenly made the decision to ONLY put in clothing that I loved. Which meant that even some things that I had been wearing several times a week to work, or something that was gorgeous and new but for some reason I never put on, or things that just gave me a bad feeling I pulled out (and piled in the spare room, but that will be another project....). So now I just have things I love in my closet, and a lot of them were the things I had made. My overall goal is to dress with more variety instead of relying on the same old same old, to not save my "good" clothes for occasions and to continue to supplement with handmade garments.
I, Ann, pledge to wear at least one item of me-made clothing throughout may even if the only place I am going is taking the dog for a walk around the block or sitting on my back porch. I will attempt to document this with photos, but that part will probably go to sh&t pretty fast.....

Julie M said...

Since, sadly and tragically, life here in NYC won’t be getting back to normal anytime soon, I will be confined at home for some time. I Julie pledge to take this at home time and focus during the month of May, on finishing my WIPs/UFO’s.

Sandy said...

I, Sandy, pledge to wear handmade items as often possible throughout May 2020. As my handmade wardrobe is not large enough to be able to dress totally handmade every day, I will also include handmade jewellery in the challenge (hope that doesn't offend any sewers!!!) I will also spend time over the next few weeks adding to my handmade wardrobe by sewing and knitting to help me stay sane during lock down.
Good luck everyone, and most off all:enjoy!

Loganstitches said...


'I, Logan of https://loganstitches.wordpress.com/, pledge to get dressed (which always involves me-mades) and to work on finishing the WIPs in my sewing room to give myself a clean slate to go with my soon to be revised sewing queue, throughout May 2020'.

Lisa Corriveau said...

I, Lisa Corriveau, better known as @spokesmama on Twitter & Instagram, pledge to wear/use at least one item of man-made clothing/accessories &post about selfies or flat lays on social media every day for #MeMadeMay.

Couture Helvetica said...


'I, Ula of @CoutureHelvetica, pledge to work on my WIPs and wear 1 per week, adding to my last year's pledge of 1 me-made per day, throughout May 2020'.

Erica Penton said...

'I, Erica (of @thehandmadewardrobe), pledge to have fun with both my clothing and documenting my outfits throughout the month of May, 2020. I want to take note of what I wear a lot and what doesn't seem to fit me or my lifestyle anymore.

Thank you Zo, for having the challenge this year. I am excited to focus on something FUN.

Queenie said...

I, Justine of Queenie's Craft Emporium (Instagram and FB) pledge to start working on my summer wardrobe and wearing me makes I've already completed instead of my usual lounge trousers and slogan tee combos.
I will be taking it easy as it's my first time ;)

Chelsea @ Love From Huntington Beach said...

'I, Chelsea (@ lovefromHB.blogspot), pledge to do something, I don't know what, throughout May 2020'.

I don't know exactly what to do. I'm good at being legalistic but that's not gentle. So, I thought I'd challenge myself in stages-
take inventory of what I use/don't wear, what I have to complete, what resources I have on hand, and what I could start new. I would like to make 40s and 50s style blouses for myself.

(I have bins of unfinished projects that I've been wanting to complete. This "stay at home" season I've tackled bread making and a container garden. I was thinking of moving on to sewing when I found out about the challenge.)

Nina Miller said...

I, Nina (@ninkyphx on insta), pledge to wear and use memade clothes and items every day in May, and I will share memades past, present and future on Instagram using the hashtag. They won’t all be clothes, the won’t all be winners, and the won’t all be finished. Or even started! I’m super excited to join this year, this hashtag really opened up the sewing world to me! Thanks for making this happen.

@debsmadethis said...

I debs of @debsmadethis pledge to wear me-made everyday and document it to the best of my ability. Any new me-mades will be made from stash and I will endeavour to sew at least one precious fabric. I will continue not to buy any special fabrics by particular companies or designers until I have used what I currently have by them in my possession!! I will try and identify issues with rarely worn memade and address them. (and if work is too hard I won't do these things and it will be OK)

Addie K said...

I, Addie, @lotuspeachblog on Instagram, pledge to reconnect with the sewing community by wearing and sharing my me-mades several times a week throughout the month of May. I will also sew one garment a week and continue my fabric buying fast.

Anonymous said...

I, Rachel, @rachelfinsbury, promise to wear my me made clothes more often and see if my daughter will too (aged 7). I will allow myself to wear other clothes as I haven’t made enough yet to solely wear me made clothes.

Corrine said...

'I, Corrine of Applebymakes/ @corrineapplebymakes, pledge to wear something handmade every day throughout May 2020' Thanks for keeping the challenge going. It's not May without MMM!

DreamInspiredBK said...

I, Andrea of @dreaminspiredbk, pledge to make and wear handmade items that bring comfort and provide relief from stress.
I saw all the stress in my life in March and April and could not bring myself to make as much as I wanted. The items I did make were easy and comfortable items that immediately made me feel good. So I pledge more of that in May :)

Terri said...

I, Terri, am looking forward to participating in my first ever Me Made May and pledge to wear handmade clothes as much as I can in May and will add at least two new pieces to my handmade wardrobe.

Unknown said...

What a great challenge. I am in the southern hemesphere so it is getting colder here. Most of my me made clothes are summer dresses so i will include knitted items.
I Bernadette pledge to wear one me made item per day throughout May.
I will reevaluate the items i have not worn regularly and either adjust, repurpose or donate to charity.
I will make and wear a pair of trousers for the first time.

Bernadette

Unknown said...

What a great challenge. I am in the southern hemesphere so it is getting colder here. Most of my me made clothes are summer dresses so i will include knitted items.
I Bernadette pledge to wear one me made item per day throughout May.
I will reevaluate the items i have not worn regularly and either adjust, repurpose or donate to charity.
I will make and wear a pair of trousers for the first time.

Bernadette

madscouser said...

I, Beth, pledge to wear garments I made as much as possible but without pressure to be every day, throughout May 2020.

Caitlin said...

I, Caitlin, pledge to try my best to wear me made everyday in May 2020. I also hope to make myself two new items a week.

Unknown said...

Thank you @sozoblog for making this a “gentle” challenge. I am new to sewing garments, and only have a few items thus far. I did not feel qualified to participate in #MEMADEMAY2020. I was gently encouraged to rethink by @sew_shayarana (who always has such encouraging words❤️) and after reading Zoe’s blog post, I’ve decided to join.
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I won’t be able to post daily, maybe by next year I’ll have more to wear/share? Today I will post to IG a pic (minus my face -cuz…shy) I’m wearing a crocheted granny square shrug (I hope that’s acceptable?) that I made last year with yarn my mother had leftover from her various projects. It has been chilly & gray today! Also, I’m bummed cuz I just finished a pair of linen gauchos (which I failed to toile or try on as I was sewing 🤦‍♀️cuz -the sewing itself was so fun)….turned out WAY TOO big! I am now taking them completely apart! 😔 -learning
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My Pledge— I “Ro” (my nick name) pledge #1-TO wear the few me mades I have at least once this month. #2- TO not let my gaucho disappointment get the best of me! I will do my best to get them wearable by the end of the month! #3- Most importantly, I “Ro” pledge to give “hearts” and/or words of positivity, encouragement, and understanding to those who appear in my IG feed regardless if they are participating in #memademay2020 or not, as often as I am able!👍
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Peace and Gentleness to ALL!🌸

Anonymous said...

I, Laura, pledge to wear a handmade item every day during May 2020 (handmade headbands and earrings count)

Sara C. said...

Ciao,
è qualche anno che sono tentata di partecipare e finalmente mi sono decisa. Un dei motivi è proprio la voglia di indossare qualcosa di diverso dalla tuta, genere gettonatissimo in questo periodo.
Quindi io, Sara, mi impegno a indossare in questo mese degli abiti da me confezionati

Squiggleandbean said...

I'm a bit late, but I pledge to wear me made clothes twice a week and to finish making garments I have already cut out.

Marg said...

I, Marg of @margc_makes, pledge to wear at least one handmade item of clothing per day where possible and stop being so reluctant to post photos of said items, throughout May

Anonymous said...

I only have a few me made items because I have had a few self motivation issues. That said I will wear the few me made items I have this month. My pledge!!


'I, Edna aka @retro-ed, pledge to spend an hour a day working on me made projects as much as possible throughout May 2020'

nobutterfly said...

'I, patricia of nobutterfly.blogspot.com, pledge to wear the most handmade items as possible, document and fill in the gaps throughout May 2020'

Wis said...

I, Wis from www.whatisew.be and @wis_g, sign up as a participant of Me-Made-May 2020. I endeavor to wear at least one me-made garment each day for the duration of May 2020.
I do not pick random garments each morning but I select garments out of wardrobe capsules I create especially for this May 2020.

Liz said...

I, Liz, pledge that one member of my family with wear a me-made item each day in May.

Mama Hoot said...

I, MamaHoot @MamaHootDesigns, pledge to photograph my me-mades as I wear them, finish the dress I started, and complete one new project throughout May 2020.

I lost my sewjo when we moved last spring/summer and would really like to get it back. I realized recently that while I'm always a bit unhappy when I finish a garment I've sewn (hello perfectionism) that I do tend to wear them later. So this will help me to highlight when I do wear them.

Toria said...

I've never taken part before, but this year MMM feels like what I need. I love the idea of gently easing myself back into sewing after a while of doing nothing creative!



I, Toria, aka @victoria_maus (aka The Marvellous Mrs Maus) pledge to wear something handmade for at least five days a week. I will alter my handmade clothes that are too big for me and make two new things to make me smile during May 2020.⁣

Tie Dye Diva said...

I, Jen @tiedyediva pledge to take time to sew some new me mades. Not promising to wear them because seriously who is getting dressed these days anyway!

bananaorangeapple said...

I Hannah of @hannah_bnana1 (IG) pledge to wear something me made every day in May 2020 (even if it’s just undies)!

Line said...

I, @laakre_laga, pledge to wear something memade every day throughout May 2020, and try to find new combinations in my memade wardrobe.

pao said...

Thank you 'So Zo', I've been so depressed, I didn't think I would participate this round. But now that I've stopped by, I think this is probably just what I might need to feel normal again.

I, pao of projectminima.blogspot.com, pledge to wear my handmade clothes everyday in May and maybe even prove it by taking pictures and posting them on my blog.

Veronica said...

I’ll be using the MMM gentle challenge to review my Me Made wardrobe, document photographically via social media (Instagram veronica.fiberantics and blog, fiberanticsbyveronica.com), and organize photos in my digital albums. I would also like to investigate color blocking and scrap busting for a new MM garment.

museflette said...

I , @museflette on Instagram pledge to wear & post a memade everyday throughout May 2020 and hopefulle also make a few more items. I will rerun garments as I dont have that many memades yet.

Magda said...

'I, Magda aka @magda_estrela, pledge to wear at least one handmade garment daily as much as possible throughout May 2020', also plan on sewing myself some lingerie.

Anonymous said...

We, Judith, Delphine and Melissa, creators of @flora.l.design, pledge to wear our Me-Mades more often throughout May 2020, to share our experiences with making and wearing Me-Made clothing and accessories, and to finish some of our forgotten and abandoned Me-Made projects.

Diana said...

Hi, thank you for managing this Zoe, I don’t know about following Priest Wisdom, but here goes:

I, Diana Madden, @redski23, pledge to wear at least 25% me-made and post an outfit photo to instagram at least once a week. I am a shameless user of pattern hashtags when researching and rarely (possibly never?) post, and as I am older and not slim it seems like I should try, even with my utterly challenged photo capabilities, sharing to give more research images to others.
I further pledge to complete the three works in progress hanging over my head: a Suki robe about 3/4 there, a Japanese pattern book wrap dress all cut out and with me-made bias tape prepared for seam finishes, and finally a skirt from the same book along with a top in same fabric also cut out and ready to go. Finally, I will make alterations to my Sew LA Vintage Pocket Skirt—new waist band and reseam panels to reduce circumference; and shorten the lining of the Wiksten Haori, insert twill tape to stabilize the length (double gauze grows and the woven cotton shell doesn’t, I think) and move the patch pockets a bit lower. Love both and want to wear them.
Take care and be safe sewing community people!

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I've gotten back with my ex boyfriend with the help of Dr.Great the best spell caster online and i highly recommends Dr.Great to anyone in need of help!.. I want to testify of how i got back my boyfriend after he breakup with me, we have been together for 3 years, recently i found out my boyfriend was having an affair with another Girl, when i confronted him, it led to quarrels and he finally broke up with me, i tried all i could to get him back but all to no avail until i saw a post in a relationship forum about a spell caster who helps people get back their lost love through Love spell, at first i doubted it but decided to give it a try, when i contacted this spell caster via his email, and he told me what to do and i did it, Then he did a Love spell for me. 28 hours later, my boyfriend really called me and told me that he miss me so much, So Amazing!! So that was how he came back that same day, with lots of love and joy, and he apologized for his mistake, and for the pain he caused me. Then from that day, our relationship was now stronger than how it were before, All thanks to DR.GREAT. he is so powerful and i decided to share my story on the Internet that Dr.Great real and powerful spell caster who i will always pray to live long to help his children in the time of trouble, if you are here and you need your Ex back or your husband moved to another woman, do not cry anymore, contact this powerful spell caster now. Here’s his contact: Email him at: infinitylovespell@gmail.com or infinitylovespell@yahoo.com, you can also call him or add him on WhatsApp: +2348118829899 check out his  blog http://infinitylovespell1.blogspot.com you can also visit my blog at http://donnakelvin150.over-blog.com, THANKS TO DR.GREAT..  

Vini said...


I, back.to.stitch, pledge to use the month of May (and the encouragement of all you lovely people) to wear my memades every day, to take note of what I need or wear most, and to find new ways to wear the things I have made. I’m trying to pay attention to what works for me and my lifestyle, and not just sew things because they are so darn beautiful! Lol

Bernadette said...

I have worn me mades for 8 days straight despite not leaving the house. It has made me feel good. Good about my ability to make clothes. Good about how I look in the clothes. It has inspired me to try on the things i dont wear and try and fix them. I am new to clothes sewing and self taught so first few items were not great. Now my skills have improved i am revisiting the less than perfect. A nip here a tuck there. Today will attempt to put a lining in a top i made very early which turned out great but the fabric is soooooo itchy.
Glad to be sharing me made may with you all

ruth miller said...

My husband came to me and apologized for the wrongs he did and promise never to do it again. Ever since then, everything has returned back to normal. Thank you Dr OKISIN  for saving my broken Marriage. Dr. OKISIN is the best online spell caster that is powerful and genuine. Email him now today. Email him: dr.okisinsolutiontemple@gmail.com   or Call or text him on WhatsApp: +2348109374702  .. .......   
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Tomasa said...

I recently found out that I am supposed to pledge here if I am participating in MeMadeMay2020. I wear me made clothing everyday but I pledge to post a photo for MeMadeMay on Instagram whenever my photographer is available (so it won't be everyday). I already have been posting...just didn't formally post the pledge here until today. Thanks for the fun challenge Zoe!

mark jocel said...

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This is the most wonderful thing i have ever experienced. I visited a forum here on the internet on the 17 June 2018, and i saw a marvelous testimonies on the forum about the good works Dr love0. Am from the United States. I never believed it, because have never heard anything about such miracle before. No body would have been able to convince me about it not until Dr love0 did a marvelous work for me that restored my marriage of 4 years by getting back my divorced wife within 48 hours just as i read on the internet. I was truly shocked when my wife came home pleading for forgiveness to accept her back. Am really short of words to show my appreciation to Dr love0. For he's a God sent to me and my entire family for divine restoration of marriage. Are you in need of any help whatsoever? Don't hesitate to get in touch with him now.  You can contact him Via email (doctor0lovespell@gmail.com) check his blogs: https://doctorlovespell0.blogspot.com/  or check website:  https://doctor0lovespell.wixsite.com/lovespell or visit his FB page: https://www.facebook.com/Love-Spell-Doctor0-107453264273672/     He also specializes on the follow;
Divorce reconciliation
Marriage reconciliation
Business growth
Promotion in your place of work/office
Making banks to grants loans
Cures of diseases such as; Cancer, hiv, aids, herpes E.T.C.
Getting your EX/lover back
Getting your wife/husband back
Getting your boyfriend/girlfriend back  

mark jocel said...

THE MOST HIGH AND GREAT SPELL CASTER ONLINE AND CONTACT HIM FOR ANY KIND OF SPELL YOU MAY NEED: DOCTOR0LOVESPELL@GMAIL.COM  
This is the most wonderful thing i have ever experienced. I visited a forum here on the internet on the 17 June 2018, and i saw a marvelous testimonies on the forum about the good works Dr love0. Am from the United States. I never believed it, because have never heard anything about such miracle before. No body would have been able to convince me about it not until Dr love0 did a marvelous work for me that restored my marriage of 4 years by getting back my divorced wife within 48 hours just as i read on the internet. I was truly shocked when my wife came home pleading for forgiveness to accept her back. Am really short of words to show my appreciation to Dr love0. For he's a God sent to me and my entire family for divine restoration of marriage. Are you in need of any help whatsoever? Don't hesitate to get in touch with him now.  You can contact him Via email (doctor0lovespell@gmail.com) check his blogs: https://doctorlovespell0.blogspot.com/  or check website:  https://doctor0lovespell.wixsite.com/lovespell or visit his FB page: https://www.facebook.com/Love-Spell-Doctor0-107453264273672/     He also specializes on the follow;
Divorce reconciliation
Marriage reconciliation
Business growth
Promotion in your place of work/office
Making banks to grants loans
Cures of diseases such as; Cancer, hiv, aids, herpes E.T.C.
Getting your EX/lover back
Getting your wife/husband back
Getting your boyfriend/girlfriend back  

Darshika said...


Thank you Dr Williams for what you have done for me am so greatful my lover is back to me and we are now living happily together. Dr Williams love spell is very powerful and effective and it does not have any side effect as he promised I decided to give Dr Williams a try when my lover left me for another he helped me to cast a love spell on my lover that brought him back to me what makes me excited the most is that my lover did not even know he is under a spell if you are passing through relationship love problem I advice you to contact Dr Williams to get your problem solve. It's very hard to loose a love one and I know how it feels so do not let somebody take away your lover from you. Contact Dr Williams today and get your problem solve and if you need his help below here is his email address.
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Ryan Hall said...

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(12) Winning of lottery
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(15) CURE TO HERPES AND ANY OTHER SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES AT ALL…

William Eddie said...

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Unknown said...

I have been married with my wife for 6 years and recently she broke up with me and it hurt me deeply when she told me to leave her alone and that she does not love me anymore when i was always faithful and honest to her. I tried all the ways to get her back buying her what she wants like i always did and she still left me heart broken and she even has a new boyfriend which destroyed me even more until a friend of mine from high school directed me to Dr Emu. This man changed my life completely. I followed everything he told me to do and my wife came back. I was stunned everything happened exactly like he told me. I had faith in everything he told me and everything was true. You can contact him via email: Emutemple@gmail.com He will help you in anything you need and quick to answer once you contact him through his whats-app number: +2347012841542
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Amanda said...

After being in relationship with Him for Five years, he broke up with me, I did everything possible to bring him back but all was in vain, I wanted him back so much because of the love I have for him, I begged him with everything, I made promises but he refused. but one day I explained my problem to someone online and she suggested that I should rather contact a spell caster that could help me cast a spell to bring him back but I am the type that never believed in love spell, I had no choice than to try it, I mailed the spell caster, and he told me there was no problem that everything will be okay before three days, that my ex will return to me before three days, he cast the spell and surprisingly in the second day, it was around 4pm. My ex called me, I was so surprised, I answered the call and all he said was that he was so sorry for everything that happened, that he wanted me to return to him, that he loves me so much. I was so happy and went to him, that was how we started living together happily again. Since then, I have made promise that anybody I know that have a relationship problem, I would be of help to such person by referring him or her to the only real and powerful spell caster who helped me with my own problem and who is different from all the fake ones out there. Anybody could need the help of the spell caster, his email: druguelspellhome1@gmail.com you can email him or WhatsApp him on +2347056683626 if you need his assistance in your relationship or anything. CAN NEVER STOP TALKING ABOUT YOU SIR HIS EMAIL ADDRESS IS: druguelspellhome@yahoo.com CONTACT HIM NOW FOR SOLUTION TO ALL YOUR PROBLEMS.

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CARO GERRARD said...

Mi nombre es CARO GERRARD. Nunca pensé que volvería a sonreír. Mi esposo me dejó con dos hijos durante un año. Todo el esfuerzo para traerlo de regreso falló. Pensé que no lo volvería a ver hasta que conozca a una señora llamada BRENDY. quien me habló de un lanzador de hechizos llamado Dr. Ebamie, ella me dio su dirección de correo electrónico y número de teléfono móvil y me contacté con él y me aseguró que dentro de 48 horas mi esposo volverá a mí, en menos de 48 horas mi esposo regresó y comenzó a mendigar perdón diciendo que es el trabajo del diablo, así que todavía estoy sorprendido hasta ahora sobre este milagro, no pude concebirlo, pero tan pronto como se lanzó el hechizo, quedé embarazada y di a luz a mi tercer hijo, si necesita asistencia de él puedes contactarlo

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HENRY PIQUE said...

hello everyone my name is Henry Pique  from texas i have been having nightmares concerning my husband inability to satisfy me in bed for over 6 years of our marriage ,we have tried several medicine  like drugs vaccines ,herbal drugs from doctors and we even got scammed of our money and that was depressing that we even decided to get a divorce .one blessed day i was listening to one Mary Bentley on Youtube about sexual performance when i saw a comment of one Mr Robia Hayes testifying of how this wonderful man increased his penis size and made him win lottery so i quickly visited the website link i saw https://powerfulspellcast.wixsite.com/drabudu   i email him and he replied me and we talked about it and asked to speak with my husband and my husband did ,he sent his SUPER POWERFUL MEDICINE  to us through UPS and we got it within 3/5 working days ,so my husband used it as instructed by Dr ABUDU  and to my greatest surprise my husband who was having 2.0 inches grew up to 8.o in 10 days and as i am talking with you now he got exactly 10 inches penis size and last longer than ever ,i am so happy right now because i feel like a woman a woman imagine for 6 years i did not reach orgasm but now i cum on every round i had with my husband .thank you so much Dr Abudu for saving my marriage we will always be grateful to you God bless you .note he has cures and spells to below list PENIS ENLARGEMENT LOW SPERM COUNT ERECTILE DYSFUNCTIONCANCER HERPES HPVPILE WIN A COURT CASE LOTTERY SPELL TO WIN MILLIONS LONG LIFE SPELLDEATH SPELLEX WIFE/HUSBAND BACK SPELLPROMOTION SPELL PROTECTION SPELL BARRIER SPELL CLEANSING SPELL etc for easier communication whatsapp him on +2348077166241 or email powerfulspellcast@gmail.com or website https://powerfulspellcast.wixsite.com/drabudu

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