Hot! On the Vintage Lifestyle Hour

On Wednesday, I was interviewed for the Vintage Lifestyle Hour, the Wednesday series that is part of Women’s View Radio. True to its name, my installment of the show is an hour of me talking about The Sew Weekly. Yes, an hour. If you can sit through that, please check it out over here. I have always loathed listening to myself talk / watching myself on video, so I can’t tell you if I did well or not. I sort of just black out when I’m talking. And on that note, enjoy!


Mena Trott

Mena Trott started The Sew Weekly to document her attempt to sew all of her own clothes in 2010. Since then, she's made over 125 outfits and has way more clothes than she needs.


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  1. So great to hear you :)

  2. Thanks – I enjoyed listening :)

  3. Interesting format being interviewed by those two ladies who are so into the vintage lifestyle. I thought the interview went well. It was good to associate your persona with a voice. They seemed really excited about your site. I hope all their listeners pay us a visit! The more the merrier, right? I’d love to see that old swimming outfit from 1917 again. I believe you shared it with us once?

  4. You did an excellent job, though I wished they would have let you talk a bit more and had them talk a bit less. :) So, so strange that the one woman thought it would be best to end the interview with the news about Davy Jones’ death. Weird. But you did great!

  5. omigosh! You did so well Mena to get through that! you were definately a shining voice.

  6. I agree with Erin, wired ending, at least suggest maybe it would be a good challenge idea! It seemed such a random thought. I wish we could of heard you talk more, those ladies just seem to never breathe between the conversations. I thought maybe an idea you could do to raise funds is add a utube subscription, maybe sharing your knowledge of vintage wears and how you can add them to your wardrobe. I wish you the best in branching out, you certaining have contributed to my joy of sewing and I do feel great about myself. It’s really rewarding to wear your own creations. Thanks Mena.