Last weekend I attacked with renewed energy one of the UFOs I found when I was analyzing my #MMMay2018 results and inventorying my fabric. (Found? First I would have to I admit it was lost! Never!) I had previously made a Designer me-made Copy of a GAP tank top for my sister with a beautiful… Continue reading A UFO – not lost, but found!
Hello all, me again. I've had a couple of "distractions" over the last week therefore I haven't quite finished my denim skirt, but I thought I would show you what I have accomplished so far - and perhaps this week you might even get a laugh out of it! I started my denim skirt by cutting out a Sewaholic… Continue reading More on my denim skirt…
Last week I came to a grinding halt sewing up my First Vintage Pattern. You can read about it here, if you like. It's a McCall's 7238 from 1980. I wanted to use a special fabric for this special dress. After all, the last time this pattern was used it was to make my sister's… Continue reading Still “sitting on the fence”!
Oh the weather was so lovely today! I just couldn't sit down to post! 🙂 But the sun is fading now so let's talk... When I cleaned up (and out) my closet, I realized that I had some gaps in my wardrobe - last weekend I finished my black top and this weekend my red. I… Continue reading Filling the Gaps! (and catching up on my #mmmay15)
The Monthly Stitch Challenge in February was "Miss Bossy" telling us what solid colour we must sew up. Miss Bossy's commands for me were: yellow (which makes me look like the walking dead!), blue (which I love), or RED (which I really love). So lucky me, Miss Bossy was surprisingly kind and told me I had… Continue reading I (heart) RED!!
Yesterday's post resulted in a lovely blue cardigan, McCall's M6802 ..... that needed some improvement. The pattern instructions suggest to leave the bottom and collar edge rough or to hem the bottom and collar edge up as usual. The problem with that is the bottom hem continues up into the collar hem, which then… Continue reading My quick fix and I am really happy with it!