dress. It is cut out in a silk/cotton green and red plaid.
Vogue 8709, jacket. I really like the fit of this jacket, to me it actually feels like a shirt. The fabric is in an evergreen cotton sateen stretch.
top. I can't explain why this top is still sitting in my sewing drawer unfinished. It is a super-easy top to sew and it should be hanging in my closet.
Maybe, because it has been just too hot to wear polyester, even if it is lightweight and short sleeved?
Vogue 8534, top. This is another top that should have been finished by now! I have it cut out in a 100% cotton knit, and it would be perfect for work.
skirt, jacket, and pants pattern.
dress. The fabric is 100% polyester and I love the print.
Another Vintage Vogue pattern, V8728, dress. I have this cut out in a green stretch velvet.
I think this will call for a black patent skinny belt.
The fabric is a red polyester.
jacket has a lot of darts! I have it cut out in a deep purple boiled wool. I think that this one will be one of the first projects from this list that I would like to tackle.
jacket, it screamed leopard print!
I've had a corduroy leopard print fabric in my stash for quite some time now and it is finally nice to have a pattern that seems to be made for it.
It's lined and lots of pockets, I think I'm going to love it.
Okay, I think this is the pattern that should really jump the que. Since it is cut for a little baby boy about two weeks old. I better get busy!
The winter coat muslin is finally cut out!
Still a little bit scared about this project, but I will admit that I was pleasantly surprised when I opened up the new issue of Threads to discover an article about sewing coats.
It must be a sign to get over my fear and just get to work.