Maybe you remember that a few weeks ago I posted a couple of summer tops I tested for Wardrobe by me, The Summer Breeze and The Summer Tulip. Guess what, there is a third sister and her name is Hera. But hold on it gets even better, YOU can get her for free! That’s right $0.00! All you have to do is sign up for the newsletter.
Hera is a peplum top designed for light weight woven fabric. Well, you know how rules are meant to be broken? That’s what a few of us testers have been up to lately.
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After making my first muslin of the Imari shorts during pattern testing for Sansahash I knew I had to make Lilah top to go with them.
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Remember the dress I was wearing under my Blixen Blazer? Well, I’m finally bringing it to the blog. I made it around Christmas time, took photos in January than forgot to bring it here.
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Are you following the amazing stops on the Coffee and Thread blog tour? Everything has been so pretty, I’m totally blown away! Today you have little me joining in on the fun. Welcome to my space, we are very excited to have you here!
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I have a goody to share with you today!
As you know by now I’m a regular tester for Wardrobe by me and Christina keeps giving me new challenges and I’m always learning something new which I think is totally awesome! I’ve made long and short pants, two coats, a bikini, a bomber jacket and a number of tops and dresses and now I’ll show you my newest make.
Let me introduce you to The Blixen Blazer!
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You might remember my The Asta Dresses I shared a few weeks ago. I use my casual one all the time and now I’ve made two more or at least one more dress and one a little bit modified. These are more aimed at the spring/sommer season. I know I’m dreaming ahead but now with the days getting longer I just want more!
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The Groove Dress from Madeit patterns is such a satisfying sew. Only five pattern pieces; front, back, 2 sleeves and a neckband if you do the basic version and then you just run your fabric through the serger and zimzalabim you have a great flowy dress that your girl loves!
Continue reading “My groovy girl.”