Spring Sewing Makes

Bless the LORD, O my soul, and all that is within me, bless his holy name.  Psalms 103:1

Hey, friends!  I've been wanting to do a recap of my roughly-defined "Spring" makes (February through May).  Three of the pieces are pre-pandemic.  (Never thought I'd have to say that!)  The rest of them are sewing on steroids, or done in i-sew-lation.  I've really enjoyed getting back into sewing for myself and I think I've found some pretty good patterns.  Awhile ago,  I did a sewing inspiration list.  While some detours were taken along the way, I'm happy with everything that was accomplished.  

This was surprise hit for me, in that I wasn't sure I would like the non-fitted style dress and I really do!  I have worn it out briefly.  It's Style Arc's Adeline dress pattern and comes in sizes 4-30.

This was a Sundance catalog knockoff.  Ya know, I didn't love the outfit as photo'd, but have found a way I like better since.  It will be included on the blog at some point.  I wasn't too sure about the print of the fabric when I saw it in person (vs. online), but when I showed it to one of my dearest friends, she loved it. 🥰 It's been worn several times.

An Artful Home Pace Pant hack.  These have not been worn out, yet.  

March~Peplum Top
The print and style are really fun.  It's been worn a few times and works well with my Tomgirl jeans and I'm looking forward to wearing it with white.  Vogue Rachel Comey Pattern 1503.

This top was immediate love, as the lightweight, 100% cotton fabric, print and pattern all came together so well.  That, and it was the first time I made a tie and tassel and was so happy and impressed with how they came out.  Blank Slate Valetta Top pattern.  It's been worn a few times.  

March~Flounced Midi Skirt
This was copied from another skirt I own.  I think it was worn once before lockdown.

February~Fox Top
My very first make inspired by a Free People top.  Made from pattern New Look 6533.

March~Red Linen Blend Jacket
From the end of February sewing class that was abuzz with talk about the virus.  Nunéphar Jacket Pattern by Deer and Doe.  

These were another fun, surprise "hit" with me.  I haven't worn them out in the real world yet, but can't wait to do so and hope I get lots of comments!  If you missed the original post--the fabric is from a twin sheet.

While my "sew-jo" has definitely slowed down, there is a top and the skirt from Friday that are ready to go, plus a few other items in my sewing queue.  

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