Ok, so I didn't have time to finish up the knit tank yesterday. But I did have time to finish this. (Yes, Mary, you guessed right.)
Sorbetto that's been all over the sewing interwebs this summer. It was a fun little top to sew up--the instructions were good, and I can see how this would be simple enough that it's able to be very easily customized, like the seven-day challenge at The Sew Weekly did.
The thing is, I'm just not convinced that this pattern actually works on me....
Azalea top. It's been sitting deconstructed in my refashion bin, because it was just too poofy and I never wore it. And it was just the perfect size to fit the two pattern pieces on. But I'm thinking this silky poly stuff just isn't good for somewhat tailored elements-- see how that center pleat poofs out?
Sunni's belt-making kits.
I hope I can find a way to wear this well. I think this has the potential to look really cute paired with my Eva jacket, and I still love this print, so I'd hate for it to be a double fail in how I've used it! So what do you think?