Fleurieu Living Magazine

Meeting Megan

Turning up the skinniest of driveways opposite the Almond Train on Main Road, McLaren Vale, you come across the humble structure that is home to ‘She Sews’.

But once inside the tiny beige building, a veritable Aladdin’s cave opens up. And there, in amongst the brightly-coloured jewellery and accessories, the French lace, the sumptuous silks, the smooth linens, and rows and rows of extraordinary handmade dresses, you will find owner and seamstress extraordinaire Megan Caldersmith. It is

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