And we’re onto week 4 of Me Made May! I only missed getting a picture of my outfit one day, (it was the top you see above) but more on that below…
Did you notice that I missed posting one of my Me Made May outfits last week? The whole saga (and the outfit!) are over on the @skirtfixation blog today! . . Top pattern: #keylargotop by @heyjunehandmade Top fabric: #sagefabrics by @barij for @artgalleryfabrics Skirt pattern: Simple Maxi Skirt by @simplesimonandco Skirt fabric: Aloe Mist knit by @artgalleryfabrics . . #memademay #mmmay18 #memademay18 #memademay2018 #modestskirt #memadeeveryday #sewingforme #makersgonnamake #sewersgonnasew #sewsewsew #sewcialists #skirtsewing #skirtpattern #sewingtall #sewmodest #sewingskirts #wearefabrics #feelthedifference #wearablemuslin #pdfpattern #pdfpatternsewing
Skirt Pattern: Simple Maxi Skirt by Simple Simon and Co. reviewed here.
Skirt Fabric: Art Gallery Fabric knit solid in aloe mist color.
Shirt Fabric: Art Gallery Fabric Sage Painted Desert Night fabric
Skirt pattern: Syrah Skirt by Baste and Gather reviewed here.
Skirt fabric: painterly stripe from CaliFabrics reviewed here.
Shirt pattern: Peplum top by Jocole reviewed here.
Shirt fabric: Art Gallery Fabric deep ocean solid knit
Skirt pattern: Jocole Aline yoga skirt reviewed here.
Skirt fabric: Premium black knit fabric from JoAnn fabrics.
Shirt pattern: Seafarer Top by Sew Much Ado reviewed here
Shirt fabric: Vintage arrows knit fabric from Bolt by Girl Charlee (same fabric different color available here.)
Skirt: Denim maxi skirt from Style J denim skirts.
Shirt pattern: Union St. Tee by Hey June Patterns
Shirt fabric: double brushed poly from Cali Fabrics reviewed here.
And then came the day I didn’t photograph! I was having an issue with my sewing machine, and went to bed with it not resolved! So I forgot to take a photograph of my clothes as I was hurriedly dressing the next morning. But I wore this skirt refashion, and this shirt.
Top fabric: Viscose poplin from La Mercerie reviewed here.
Skirt: well, this is the thing I made for myself this week. But I can’t share it yet here! Rest assured it’s coming soon with lots of photos and a tutorial, and all the details!
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