Me Made May – Week 3

 

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Otherwise known as bad picture week. Seriously.

Day 1: Another handknit.  This is a Pam Allen design, flutter sleeve cardigan, made with a raw silk and rayon blend yarn.

 

Day 2: Bossa Nova skirt by Hot Patterns.  I love this skirt but it looks way better when I take the time to iron it before wearing…

 

Day 3: Moneta!  Very comfortable dress.  This will definitely be a Summer staple.

 

Day 4: The crappiest picture…  With bonus cat photobomb!  This the Meringue skirt from the Colette book.  Lobster seersucker because how could I not?

 

I actually wore my weekend getaway blouse too but didn’t get a picture of it.

As for the sewing, I’ve completed a third item!  I’ll show it off next week.  I’m learning a lot about what I want in my clothing.  I did do the Wardrobe Architect series but it isn’t all that easy to translate to the right patterns.  And even when I do find the right pattern, I still have to find the right size and the right fabric!  Let’s just say that this is a learning experience…

Creative mommy at home to two wonderful little girls, trying to juggle family, sewing, exercise, family, knitting, photography, and did I mention family?

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