This seems crazy, but I’ve only made one skirt in the past two years. 2016 and 2017 were all about pants: Itch to Stitch North Point Trousers, Hudson Sweatpants, Style Arc Sadie Pants, Ginger Jeans, and Colette Clovers. This year, though, I’m going to get back into skirts. I want to find the perfect pencil skirt pattern and sew up a work wardrobe full of them.
This shirt fills a major hole in my wardrobe: the classic white button down. I’ve made it with the Sewaholic Granville pattern, one of my favorite tried-n-trues.
On July 1st, I decided that I wanted a new dress for the Fourth. Something fun and summery. Of course I didn’t go out and buy one…I made one!
I decided to finally use up the last of this gorgeous Robert Kauffman cotton from my stash. Originally, I bought it as part of a Craftsy kit to make a Mother’s Day shirt for my mom. I used the rest to make the exact same shirt for myself. Twinning!