Vergesst nicht, das jeweilige Mittwochs-Posting von hier auch in eurem Beitrag rückzuverlinken, so dass Besucherinnen problemlos von Beitrag zu Beitrag gelangen können. Wenn ihr bei Instagram etwas schreibt, benutzt bitte den Hashtag #MeMadeMittwoch.
Bitte verlinkt pro MMM nur ein Mal, entweder zu eurem Blog oder Instagram. Bitte keine Verlinkungen zu euren Facebookseiten.
Und bitte verlinkt ausschließlich tagesaktuelle Posts und keine Beiträge, die bereits Tage oder Wochen auf Eurem Blog oder bei Instagram stehen.
Wir wünschen uns im Rahmen des Austauschs Bilder "an der Frau", also an euch mit euren für euch gemachten Kleidungsstücken. Kleiderbügelfotos können Details verdeutlichen, aber reichen allein nicht aus.
Das Me-made-Mittwoch-Moderationsteam behält sich vor, die Verlinkung zu solchen Beiträgen zu löschen.
P.P.S. Aus Gründen der besseren Lesbarkeit verwenden wir die weibliche Form, es dürfen sich aber gerne alle Geschlechter angesprochen fühlen.
The MMM is meant to encourage and inspire women to wear their homemade clothes in everyday life. Participating is easy: wear what you have sewn, knitted or crocheted for yourself, post a photo of your outfit with a small description on your blog or Instagram post on Wednesdays and link your post with the link tool here on the Me-made Wednesday page.
Don't forget to link back to the particular Wednesday post from here in your post as well, so visitors can easily go from post to post. If you post on Instagram, please use the hashtag #MeMadeWednesday or#MeMadeMittwoch.
Please link back only once per MMM, either to your blog or Instagram. Please do not link to your Facebook pages.
And please only link to daily posts and not posts that have been on your blog or Instagram for days or weeks.
1. MMM is not a contest! Don't worry about being too young, too old, too fat, too thin, too quirky or too mundane. What you like is allowed. You don't have to present something new every time, nor do you have to be a professional sewer or knitter or fit into a certain style category. Me-made Wednesday should be fun for you and show the world how beautiful and individual homemade things are.
2. Accessories are welcome to be shown as part of an overall homemade outfit (i.e. together with your homemade dress, pants, blouse, jacket, etc.). However, individual hats, loops or bags are not the theme of the MMM. Be fair: For everything else you can make yourself, there are enough other actions where you can show and link your stuff, please don't clog up Me-made Wednesday with it.
As part of the exchange, we would like to see pictures "on the woman", i.e. on you with your clothes made for you. Hanger photos can clarify details, but are not enough on their own.
3. MMM is from do-it-yourselfers for do-it-yourselfers, making is desired and allowed. Therefore, we are happy about meaningful photos and information: Which pattern or tutorial did you use? What kind of material is it and how did you use it? And if you copy something that you have seen somewhere, your source of inspiration is happy about a link in your post.
If you link to your Instagram posts, please also write something more detailed or tell us a story about what you've shown, so that the MMM doesn't degenerate into a mere collection of pictures.
4. MMM is a private blog and therefore free of advertising. We would like to have real recommendations for patterns and materials so that other do-it-yourselfers can benefit from your experiences. Open or hidden advertising or posts with commercial intent ruin the beautiful idea of MMM, so stay clean and don't show things you want to sell in your store and don't link to promotional blog posts (sample sewing, design sewing, sponsored patterns, fabrics and the like).
The MMM moderation team reserves the right to delete links to such posts.
P.S. Me-made Wednesday thrives on development and learning: self-awareness and sewing skills. Appreciative and constructive comments on other blogs help participants and are a valuable gift.
P.P.S. For better readability we use the female form, but all genders are welcome to feel addressed.