I acquired another 19 yards of fabric (dang you Fabric Mart!!) and only used 8. Oops.
Stash used/items sewn:
- McCall's 5523 in black - 1 yard
- (2) Deer & Doe Plantain in red plaid and white - 3.5 yards total
- (2) Burda Style 11/2012 #136A in black and offwhite polka-dot - 2 yards total
- Newsboy hat in camel/white - .5 yard total
- Butterick 5965 in lavender - 1 yard (cut but not yet sewn. Was to be worn with black skirt)
Did you see Melody's version?! Check it out here!
For March I plan to sew the high waist pants from a Simplicity 1940's retro pattern!!
I wanted this pattern anyway and then I saw Shanni's version
And uhmm - yes please! I think they will look pretty good on me and I certainly have some type of suiting in my stash that would work...so I am going for it!
I will be in the sewing room this weekend as the hand is feeling much, much better. I won't over do it though...or at least I will try not to :)
Since I couldn't sew the other day (and yesterday was a 14 hour day almost), I cleaned. I am so ready to get in here and get some stuff done!
I need to make nicer covers!
I sold a TON of my yarn stash last weekend. Bye-bye crocheting :-(
The fabric stash has infiltrated the knitting cabinet
Stash. Stash. Stash.
Burda tracing sheets in ziplocks and watermelon pop rocks. Don't judge me! ;-)
The random table I scored for free. This table is invaluable when I am working! Keeps my cutting table free of the extra stuff
This is the first time I am wearing this top and I made it MONTHS ago. For some reason, I don't like it though I feel like I *should* like it. It fits pretty well and it has raglan sleeves (!!!!). I want to sew some simple, light tops with my ITY and this should be a candidate...but I haven't fallen in love with it.