You may have seen the odd photo of my daughter, and more likely her small people, my two youngest G-babies. Today I thought I’d let Nina introduce herself and her working world.
Hi! I’m Nina, the brains and brawn behind Ngozi Sews. I’m 38 (for a teeny bit longer) and live in my lovely home in a village in Hampshire with my partner Steve and our two young girls.
I’m Devon born and bred, which you’ll discover after a cider or two, when my accent comes out to play!
I started sewing reusables over three years ago. Ngozi Sews was born out of a desire to save the world, whilst staying at home with my babies for as long as possible.
I love colour, comfort, chocolate and Cherry Pepsi Max. I hate selfies and peanuts.
Here are some of the things I make.
Superscrubby Dishcloths and Unsponges are a perfect way to remove non-recyclable plastics from your kitchen and you can now mix and match the different products!
Every disposable sanitary pad ever made still exists in some form, and will continue to do so for hundreds of years.
How many have you used in your lifetime?
Make reusable your thing, and consider cloth menstrual pads for your cycle.
Thanks to my lovely customers for supporting me and for helping to save the world!
So that’s my lovely daughter, changing the world one pad at a time!
I’m off to Hampshire today to see my littlest g-babies, but this photo is from a while back.
How cute can pink September be? Well Becky’s square made me smile this morning!
Layla and Mma went paddling today
This week, share a photo of things that complement each other.
This is Ben Huberman’s challenge at the Daily Post. Do you think my daughter and I have a matching style in this photo? If so does that mean I wear clothes that are too young for someone of my age? or does Nina dress like an old fogey?
I don’t think either applies, because pretty much anything goes these days. I wore leggings in the 80’s and I do now and I’ve never been very interested in fashion.
Paula hopes not to give us a headache with this weeks black and white challenge. I did briefly think ‘oh no’, I can’t do portraits, and most people don’t want their photograph taken -me included! But then I remembered these,taken a few years ago, of my niece at fourteen, a lovely young girl on the cusp of womanhood.
She’s all grown up now and will be heading to uni soon, the begining of a very bright future.
If you’d like to join the challenge pop over to Paula’s place, you’ll get a warm welcome.