|I was trying to look like him! LOL!|
Hello Everyone and Welcome to a New Year!
As you can see I'm starting off slow and this is my first "fashion" post of the year. Let me tell you what I've been into!! My sister in law and I and a few of her friends (now mine!) have been hitting the town on a regular basis! I LOOOOOVE this because I just want to dance whenever I get a chance! Anywhooooo. . . this means I can sew outfits for myself errrrrr week!! Well, that's what I have been doing. No fancy thought up resolutions, time wasters etc. - just SEWIN!! - Friday is a comin and I'll be a sewin! LOL!
OK This post is about last Friday's outfit. Here's the line drawing.
I like my clothes original, classic and chic - sometimes very loud! LOL! Well, this pattern has been in my stash for about 8 years (uncut!). It's no longer in print so I can't evern call it OOP! (Wait I just checked. You can buy it on PR!) Anyway, I had some fabric set aside for it and when I got it out it was "fo real" summer fabric. Here in Chicago you can't mess with that or you'll FREEZE! So, I thought - use something else?! WHAT?! Now there's a thought. All you sewers out there know that when you find a fabric and pattern to match there's no breaking up that relationship! I took the risk and did it. . .
|I used a pattern with fabric it was not intended for!|
(Psycho screech in the background)
|I loved my result!|
Here are the detail pictures:
|Jacket close up|
|Collar Detail w/piping|
|3/4 Sleeve with slit @ cuff|
|Double vent on front and skirt back. Stops right above the knee.|
|Skirt waistband (matches the collar) :-)|
Today is Thursday - It's my night to pull an all niter for my Friday outfit .
I promise to get a picture this time! (cheese)
Talk Soon Carol
The finishing touches are too cool. And it's all surprisingly understated for you despite the animal print and red trim.ReplyDelete