I finished up Marides' skirts this past week and I'm almost done with Johnah's. I had some more fun matching prints across seams - this really is becoming a bit of an obsession for me. Here are Marides' skirts:
|A-line with Yoke - Joel Dewberry Tile Flourish in Amber fabric|
|I'm starting to feel like a pro when it comes to matching the print along the center back seam!|
|But matching the print along the front yoke was a challenge!|
|Bias trim skirt with navy twill and Amy Butler Fresh Poppies in Sky|
|Button & pocket detail|
|Side slit detail|
I didn't have a lot of personal sewing time over the weekend but I did want to do a little something. My friend Candice runs a wonderful blog called Candoodles, and every day she posts amazing tutorials that she has found or created. Last week she posted a tutorial for making a rosette bracelet. When I read the title I pictured something different from what the bracelet actually looked like.
It's a lovely bracelet, but I decided to make what I had pictured when I first read the title:
I used curtain fabric that I bought from a thrift store for wrapping the bracelet and making the rosettes (I just added the pink serged seam finish). The bracelet came from the same thrift store. I want to do more experimenting with this idea and I'm hoping I can score big on cheap bracelets at the Family Dollar Store this week. And then I'll likely put together my own tutorial!
Wish me great productivity during my babysitter hours this week!