Who's Su?

Hello and welcome to Su Sews So So. My name is Suzanna and I'm a 31 year old living in Belfast, Northern Ireland, with my lovely man and two very cheeky kittens.

I got a sewing machine for my 29th birthday and have been slowly (very slowly!) teaching myself to make things. This is a blog to document my adventures with the sewing machine - the good, the bad and the hideous!

Thanks for stopping by, I hope you stay a while and enjoy reading through my posts. Feel free to leave a comment or send me an e-mail, it really makes my day to hear from you.

You can reach me here:
wilson.suzanna (AT) gmail.com



  1. Ah another norn irish blogger! Just found your blog through sewaholic and enjoying reading your posts. Some of the location shots are making me very homesick (haven't lived in Belfast for 12 years) especially the mountains of Mourne. Love the kitties! I too am a beginner sewer (well a couple of years but still feel like a beginner) and have two cats. Love your projects so far - keep up the great work :)

  2. Hello Su! ^__^ Love love love your blog :D
    I wanted to pass along the Liebster Award to you! You can find all infos on my blog: http://alicecloset-sewing.blogspot.it/2012/05/liebster-award.html

  3. Great blog! I just found it recently and I've spent about an hour reading through it.

  4. I just found your site and am delighted to see all you have accomplished in such a short time. I saw your Knickers Tutorial and had to quickly make myself a pair and another and so on. I have ben sewing since age 9, I am now now 66. My father taught me to make a skirt for home economics class (over the telephone)and I didn't know what a pattern or sewing machine was. He owned a company that made jeep tops and employed sewers that he taught to sew, It's a different type since you use vinyl fabric and industrial machines, but basics are the same. I have been sewing and designing ever since. I've designed prom gowns, evening wear, wedding gowns, and daily wear. Be careful it's addictive. I know own 8 machines., embroidery machines, quilters, etc. I am also Irish. My grandfather came from County Cork. I know it's not northern Ireland, but is still Irish. I have been before and hope to come again. Keep up the good work. I'm so glad you have a website and blog.

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