The WhiteTree blogging family currently consists of 25 very talented ladies from all over the UK as well as having one blogger in the USA and one in Belgium! Some of our bloggers have a wealth of knowledge and experience to share, whilst some of our bloggers are new to sewing and are able to share their progress and sewing journey. Although our team is full to bursting with amazing ladies, we do have a few guest bloggers on board. We are working on very special projects with these lovely we thought we'd introduce them to you!

Guest Bloggers

   Jane                                                  Hannah                                             Maria

Jane blogs over at Handmade Jane. She's been sewing since 2009. She has a passion for all things Vintage, Gingham and Polka dots, as well as red blue and retro floral prints. With around 100 amazing makes on her website, I think it's safe to say that Jane will be bringing a wealth of experience with her and we can't wait to see how her project for WhiteTree turns out!

Hannah blogs over at Made with hugs and kisses. With around 40 makes under her belt, Hannah certainly knows how to turn out gorgeous dresses, lovely tops and pretty skirts. Her makes have a vintage feel to some of them; all are feminine and beautifully cut and made. Hannah is helping up with a truly special project and we know it's going to be a great blog post! Stay tuned.

Maria blogs over at How good is that? Maria's blog is well established and well loved and was recently nominated for a Burda style blog award....that's how good it is! Maria hails from Sydney, Australia. She can turn her hand to making any garment; tops, trousers, coats, skirts, dresses.....and we've got something special in the bag for her project with us! We can't wait to share it with you all.

Keep your eyes peeled for these projects coming up and we hope you'll join us in giving our lovely guest bloggers a warm welcome.

What is a guest blogger?
Rather than being a regular, monthly contributer, we will work with certain bloggers on special projects a few times a year. Interested? Contact Lisa to discuss this option further. We aren't currently taking on any more regular bloggers because the response was so overwhelmingly wonderful that we managed to fill our places in around a month!