Over on Instagram (follow us here!) we are participating in Me Made May. For this event, sewists all around the world wear the clothes they made themselves and share it. Here is what I’ve been wearing.
Shirt: Union St. Tee by Hey June Patterns in double brushed poly fabric from CaliFabrics reviewed here.
Skirt: Sandbridge Skirt by Hey June Patterns in baby wale corduroy from CaliFabrics reviewed here.
Tiered Maxi skirt by Pattern Emporium reviewed here.
Peplum Top by Jocole in Art Gallery Fabric solid knit reviewed here.
Fancy Sailor Top in super soft Nani Iro double gauze reviewed here.
Pencil skirt in embossed scuba knit from JoAnn Fabrics reviewed here.
Runway skirt by Savvy Patterns in Art Gallery Fabrics Blithe knit fabric and Blithe voile fabric for the godets. Reviewed here.
Black Lane Raglan by Hey June Patterns that just won’t go away! I’m going to get some of this fabric to replace it though. Soon…
The photo above is what I wore on the next day of Me Made May. Sort of. And I never got it posted to Instagram. It was one of those days! I spent the morning in the goat barn with a doe who was having trouble kidding. Around lunchtime, I had a lunch meeting that simply could not be avoided. So I showered, threw on this maxi skirt refashioned from a dress (see the original post here) and my white Union St. Tee in Riley Blake Designs white knit fabric. As soon as I returned, I was back in the barn in my chore clothes until just before supper. Another shower, and I put on my pajamas for the rest of the evening! Ah, such is life!
Hampton Hoodie by Peekaboo Pattern Shop in Art Gallery Fabrics Petal and Plume knit fabric.
Style J denim maxi skirt in khaki.
Runway Skirt by Savvy Patterns in Art Gallery Fabrics Observer knit fabric with cream rayon challis for the godets.
Cheyenne Tunic by Hey June Patterns in fine chambray from CaliFabrics reviewed here.
And from yesterday, the Mermaid Maxi Skirt in Art Gallery Fabrics Millie Fleur knit fabric.
And my favorite new basic, the Union St. Tee by Hey June Patterns in chocolate Dana modal knit fabric.
That’s it for this week! See you next week…
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