On the 4th of July (Happy Birthday America!), I wore NL6025 - My winning top (2nd place) for the Pattern Review Challenge contest. I won a Fitz Like a Glove! ironing board cover and a Best Boy pressing cloth - they're amazing! The top was paired with white shorts.
Bathroom pic - sorry.
On July 5th, I wore S2443. I was about 6 weeks into sewing when I made this. I did a horrible job gathering the skirt and have puckers in the bodice. But I really like this dress!! I'm sure I'll remake it.
Then July 6th was my birthday! Yay!! I'm 34 years old now and looking forward to what the next year will bring. I didn't wear a me-made item today, but I did have good food, fun with my husband and kids and cake. Mmmmm. Cake.
I also did a little crocheting because I decided I should have a little doily for my teakettle.
Made with Sugar 'n Cream cotton in red. (Ravelry review here)
I also snuck in a little sewing, and started another version of M6751 in a patterned cotton lawn I got from Fabric.com. I don't have enough white bias tape to do the endless neckline so I'll have to finish it one day this week - full post and review to follow.
Today, my hubby and I ran errands and I wanted to look a little cute so I wore my M3830 (BEST pencil skirt pattern ever). Paired it with a navy and white striped top I've had since forever (and that's consequently a little snug) and white sandals.
Banana popsicles are the business!
FINISHED OBJECT: Trousers!!!! S2700 is finally done! Woohoo!!!
This I think is caused by the massive amount I had to take in in the front crotch. Version #2 of this pattern will be very nice.
The pièce de résistance - I got my tags from GutenTAGS!!!! I wanted them to be the longer tags, but I was still happy with what I received so I didn't want to complain. 50 tags for $20 (I got 4 bonus tags!). These puppies will be added to everything I make!
The front reads "K. Smith"
The back reads "made by ME"
GO! Go and get you some today!!! :)