About

I’m Victoria and I’m glad to have you here. After I had my first daughter I started to sew. I wanted to make beautiful things for her (and subsequently her sister), in the same way that my Grandma made beautiful things for me.

I believe that a life with craft is a necessity; an antidote to modern living and a welcome escape from life. I also believe in sustainable, ethical choices that look after both the environment and people, and so Thimble End is my place to bring those things together.

As Seen In / Collaborations

I’ve written several sewing tutorials for Love Sewing magazine, published both in the UK and Australia, as well as tutorials for Minerva Crafts and William Gee.
I have also collaborated with CICO BooksLottie DollsKit & Kin and Lola Rose.

Locally, I have been interviewed and featured in the Sutton Coldfield Observer and Journal Magazine. The Green Parent magazine interviewed me about blogging for their Aug/Sept 2017 edition.

In July 2017, Thimble End was first included on Feedspot’s Top 75 Sustainable Living Blogs.

Top 75 Sustainability Blog