Things are starting to get tricky now but I’m just about managing to keep up with Me Made May. On Monday I wore my Delphine skirt from Love at First Stitch (read about it here). I love this skirt but it’s definitely more suited to winter than spring. Sorry about the rubbish selfie but that’s what Me Made May is all about isn’t it? Continue reading
Last week I promised myself that I was going to incorporate more dresses into my days and I just about managed it. I don’t know why but I always feel overdressed when I wear a dress so I usually stick to separates. Sometimes it’s good to come out of your comfort zone.
I started off with my Moneta dress which I made for last year’s Little Red Dress Project. I’m not 100% convinced about it – that gathered waistline makes me feel enormous! But it is comfortable. You can read about it here. Continue reading
Hello! Another week of Me Made May and I still haven’t worn any repeats! I never mentioned not wearing repeats in my pledge but I’m having fun seeing how far into May I can go regardless!
Sunday 15th May
Watching some powerboat Continue reading
You may (or may not) have noticed that I went quiet for a little while on my blog during October and November. This was because I was sewing some Christmas and birthday gifts and felt I wasn’t really in a position to share them all. The gifts have been received now so I can write about them…
First up…. I made some Christmas stockings for my friend and her family. Continue reading
I’m still managing a different item each day although it’s getting harder. After getting a good telling off from my brother about the quality of my photos I’ve tried to improve them – not very successfully, particularly with the indoor shots. Sorry about that. Obviously it’s not been me taking them though! Here’s how I’ve done this week: Continue reading
OK, I know I said that I had a couple of tops to show you but I made a dress and it pushed its way to the front of the blogging queue!
I used the fabric that I bought at the Spoolette meet up at Dewsbury. It’s quite a thick jersey fabric (I’m sure it’s got a proper name like ponte but I’m not 100% certain as it didn’t have a label!) Continue reading