I reorganized my stash the other day, and realized that I had a decent chunk of this navy polka dot knit fabric leftover from making a dress in the fall. I wanted to make something, but not go fabric shopping (shocking, I know), so next I searched through my patterns. Ultimately, I decided to make a polka-dotted peplum top with McCall’s 6896.
I hope you’re not getting bored of my Granville shirts yet, because I’m back with a fourth! This time I made up a plaid flannel version, perfect for fall and winter.
I’m cruising along with these fall sewing goals! This is my second long-sleeved button-up shirt of the season: another Granville Shirt by Sewaholic Patterns.
I have quite a few fun skirts in my wardrobe, but lack neutral shirts to wear with them. The last time I made a shirt for myself (other than a cardigan) was back in April 2015, and before that, November 2014. I tend to be drawn to making dresses and skirts and neglect shirts. This make is an attempt to remedy that problem. Continue reading
Last year for Mother’s Day, I made my mom a floral purple tank top. This year, I knew I wasn’t going to be able to see my mom in person for Mother’s Day, so I had to up the ante. This shirt is a sleeveless version of the Granville Shirt by Sewaholic Patterns. Continue reading