Emerald green voile Washi dress
Oh you guys, if you would like to sew for yourself, you know-spend your time on something you will actually wear....
Go to Rae's website and purchase her PDF patterns ASAP. I'm not kidding, you will be so happy when you sew up a Washi Dress, or a Ruby Top.
I've made several of Rae's patterns, all of them are easy to understand with expert instructions.
She doesn't know who I am darlings, this is not a paid advert lol!
Go. Run. Well not really run, your fingers will do the running. Whew.
You will squeal when you see how she makes this Washi pattern fit all types of bodies.
I've made three dresses so far, and more are cut out and waiting patiently for me.
The pockets had me at Hello.
Isn't that shadow coolio?
This is the second one--but the photo shoot was cut short as I saw the garbage truck coming down the road and had to get my bin out stat!
I do make myself laugh.
I look like I'm about to make a tackle. bahaha
And this little knit gem is done, but no photos yet as it was suuuuuper windy today.
Didn't think I should risk flashing the neighbors.
Not yet, anyway....
Oh dear me--
The Weekender bag!
I totally forgot to share this last week.
It was difficult to let her go, but let her go I did.
Get this pattern HERE if you fancy. I altered it a bit, with sturdy webbing for handles that go all the way down the sides and then also triple layered the bottom. I love this pattern because you can change it up and do your own thing, as the basic shape is a classic.
Yes, I used the ever fabulous Frida fabric again. If Alexander Henry had a person in mind when designing this line, it was me.
Get making and I'll see you soon.
linking up with Fresh Sewing Day at Lily's Quilts.
(I can't get the button to work, anyone else have issues? Only half of the button is showing.)