A bit overdue... just didn't get the pics till now.
In order of finishing:
Allow me to explain the slightly uncreative title. It came from the fabric-- green and gray were right next to each other in the color listing, and it immediately brought to mind one of my favorite Nickel Creek songs of that title. Anyway, I finished this on Saturday. The pattern was Butterick 5206. Made a couple changes-- left the zipper out entirely because I didn't need the extra room to get it over my head with the stretchy knit fabric, took in the waist about a total of 4 inches, and stitched down the front at the seam binding to keep the crossover bit from sagging. Also decided to do the sleeve and skirt hems as a rolled hem on my serger, which I think was the best solution because the foldunder type would have added too much bulk. The dress is very comfortable, and I love the fabric. And the look of the belt.
And here's a view of the back.
I'm so happy with how this turned out--and the knit was painless to work with when I used the serger!
2. Something Blue
Made this on Sunday, while hanging out with N and watching It Happened One Night. It's a slightly belated birthday present for J, whose birthday passed while she was on her honeymoon. Perhaps a bit lame of me, because I made it from beads leftover from her bridesmaids' jewelry, but at least I know she likes the color!
3. Autumn Leaves Jewelry
The other jewelry set I made on Sunday. I really like how this one turned out, with the pre-drilled wood discs and the leaf charms. So this is probably going to end up being my general brown neclace for fall and winter, in lieu of the seashell one I tend to wear all the time when it's warm.