After making a series of Renfrews this fall (5 in total, not all blogged), I was ready to try out a new t-shirt pattern. This is the free Uvita Top by Itch to Stitch. It has a dropped shoulder–a first for me–and relaxed silhouette.
This fabric was an impulse purchase one day back in October. I saw it on the shelf and thought that it would be perfect for an Ogden cami. When I took it to the cutting counter, there was a little bit extra left on the bolt, and the sales lady asked if I wanted the rest for 1/2 off. I said yes, hoping there was enough extra to make a pair of matching pajama shorts. I was right! Now I have a versatile cami that can be worn as a layering piece, or as part of a matching set of pajamas.
It’s pretty rare that I make the same pattern two times in such rapid succession, but I’m back with another M6891 shirt dress. You can check out my first one is here.
I was on a little bit of a roll making dresses during May. Elastic-waisted dress in particular. The pattern is a free release from Salme Patterns, called the Olsen Dress. Surprisingly, there aren’t too many reviews of this dress on the interwebs, despite it being free. Hopefully this post will help someone out there who wants to make it!