It’s the time of year when things start to speed way up, but also move as slow as mud. Example: Where did March go? But how are there 10 more school days before Spring Break? Anyway, a lot has been happening, but it feels like my productivity hasn’t been keeping up.
Sketchbook Sewing Plans I have been impatiently waiting for Sarah Golden’s new fabric collection ‘Around Town’ to be released from Andover. Feeling pretty confident I’ve found the perfect sewing pattern to pair the print ‘Improv‘ with – the cropped Kalle Shirt Dress.
Patternmaking & Design I’ve FINALLY moved on to the second section in my design class, Moulage. I turned in my second skirt design last weekend and will blog about both designs soon, but here’s my first design:
If you’re interested in patternmaking, the owner of Apparel Arts has several Craftsy classes.
Wiksten Kimono Pattern Testing I have the exciting opportunity to test the soon-to-be-released Wiksten Kimono by Jenny Gordy. The pattern, which was originally released in Making No. 4 / LINES, will now have three length options, a slimmer fit with a larger size range, and pocket options! My fabric bundle pictured below arrives tomorrow and I’m ever so excited.
Sewing I’ve managed to throw together two simple tops from my 2018 Make Plans. They both need the necklines finished, and the Shirt No. 1 needs the sleeves hemmed. Not sure it’ll happen today since I have SO MUCH PM&D HOMEWORK.