This month we launched a brand new pattern – the Agnes top. It’s the perfect jersey top to throw on every day, with lots of different combinations to choose from. Jobena and Sam both made theirs by following our online workshop, Learn to Sew Jersey Tops. Jobena went for ruched sleeves and plain neckline; Sam went for plain sleeves and ruched neckline. Both are adorable!
Katie (another student of Learn to Sew Jersey Tops) used a lovely floral jersey for her Agnes top - so summery! We lurrrve this nautical version with shortened sleeves by our workshop teacher Zoe.
We have lots of fantastic pics of Arielle skirts sent over to us this month. Kylie has used some red buttons to add a pop of colour to her plain blue Arielle, while Lynz has made her version out of chambray. She looks suitably excited to be wearing it!
You may not be able to see from this pic, but check out Lynne’s blog for a close up of the crazily cute face buttons she used on her red Arielle. Yvonne has made a very stylish longer length denim Arielle and Lisa has added a fun touch to hers by using multi-coloured buttons. We love!
The sleeveless version of the Francoise sewing pattern is a great dress for the warm weather. Kharina made a stunning version in a pale fabric, adding some interest with the optional tab. Vicki has used this amaazzing flamingo fabric for her Francoise. Want!
Joanna followed the pussy bow tutorial on the blog to create her pretty Mimi blouse (sewing pattern in Love at First Stitch). Tassadit looks great in her classic Mimi, made with a cute ditzy floral and contrasting red buttons.
Simona has teemed her Mimi with a chambray Clemence skirt (both patterns in Love at First Stitch). Rachel has used a lovely navy and white quilting cotton for her Clemence. They both look so classic and chic.
Becca made her stunning Lilou dress using another flamingo print fabric – flamingo sewing is definitely a new craze! Pamela used the tutorial in Love at First Stitch to add the scalloped neckline to her Lilou dress, choosing the gathered rather than the pleated skirt.
We have been going crazy over Jo’s stripy green Coco dress with short sleeves and patch pockets – very Joules, non? Daniela has made an equally adorable dress in a polka dot knit. You can't go wrong with stripes or polka dots, basically.
How cute does Akram look wearing her Delphine skirt (pattern in Love at First Stitch) with matching headband – very school girl chic! Claire lengthened her Delphine skirt for a different look. If you fancy learning to make your own Delphine skirt, we've got a workshop in our South London studio on Saturday 11 July.
Karen made a nautical themed Miette skirt - love the red piping detail along the waistband and pockets. Bianca looks stunning in her semi-sheer Mathilde blouse in a lovely mint green polka dot. Need this!!
Adding extra details to your creations is a great way to make them stand out. The way Brenda has sewn buttons at the waist of her Megan dress is really effective (sewing pattern in Love at First Stitch). And last but by no means least - the toothpaste fabric Nickey has chosen for her Megan dress is simply excellent :)
As usual it was sooo hard to choose which of your many wonderful makes to include in this month's round up post, so please go and check out all the other amazing creations in our Maker Galleries on Pinterest. If you've sewn something with a Tilly and the Buttons sewing pattern, send us your best photo for the Maker Gallery - you can tweet us, email us or send us a link through this page. We can’t wait to see what you've made!