It’s time to share my fall makes round-up with y’all. Fall was such a productive season for me. My sewing skills are also improving with each project which is so exciting!
Hemlock Tee – This is a free pattern by Grainline Studio which I hacked into a dress. It is such a great pattern for beginner sewers. I used a knit fabric I had in my stash from over a year ago.
McCalls 7429 – This twist-front dress was such a blast to make! The fabric was a gorgeous winter jersey from Fabricville. My review for the pattern and fabric can be found here.
McCalls 7566 – I used the bodice from M7566 pattern to make an African print maxi dress for my sister. I made adjustments to the neckline and used fabric I brought from a trip to Ghana. I usually list some in my Etsy shop.
Twist Knit Dress – I replicated one of my favorite RTW twist tops and made it into a dress!
Shoreline Boatneck top and Tillery Skirt – Both patterns are from Blankslate patterns. I made zero modifications to the top but hacked the skirt into a wrap skirt. The ‘many faces’ knit fabric and rust denim are both from Fabricland Canada.
Plaid matching set – I made this vibrant yet classic matching set using fabric from Minerva Crafts. I used a RTW as a pattern for the jacket and the Charlotte Skirt pattern from By Hand London for the skirt. My review will be available soon on Minerva’s blog.
Hemlock Tee – This is obviously a fav! See hemlock tee info provided above in my first photo.
McCalls 7630 – I made this beautiful ruffle sleeve top using crinkle linen from Blackbird Fabrics and paired it with my Charlotte Skirt.
Suki Kimono – This African Print kimono was one of the first things I made when it began to get cooler. My favorite this about it is the striped lining I used. The Suki Kimono pattern is by Helen’s Closet.
Charlotte Skirt + Rowan Tee – I blogged about this a couple of months ago here but it is definitely worth a shout-out! Love it!
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