The Clemence skirt is really versatile as you draw the pattern yourself from simple rectangles! The instructions for the skirt are in Tilly's book, Love at First Stitch. Kidoan has made an above-the-knee version using a ice cream sprinkle printed fabric – yum! Rosie has chosen to make hers in a midi length which looks soooo stylish worn with a simple Breton top. We love!
Our current pattern obsession is the Agnes jersey top - it’s super versatile and the long sleeved version is perfect now the weather is cooling down. Jennifer has made a gorgeous striped version that could be worn with anything. Clare made the ruched sleeve version following our Learn to Sew Jersey Tops online workshop, which you can take from home. She sent us some feedback:
“I absolutely loved the online course. It was so helpful to have the videos to support the instructions. I would definitely recommend this format to anyone new to sewing as it is so straightforward. Also, I don't know anyone else who sews so it was really lovely to be part of a social/interactive course.”
Ama also made her striped Agnes top using our Learn to Sew Jersey Tops online workshop. She said,
“Some people told me I would need an overlocker to sew jersey. So I when I came across the online workshop to sew jersey on a regular sewing machine I decided to give it a go. In the videos, Tilly explains all techniques in detail. (Thank you, Tilly!) And all questions in the forum are answered quickly. It was also nice to see everyone's shared results. The Agnes top pattern is so versatile: you just want to make more and more tops!”
Selmin has definitely caught the jersey sewing bug making an amazing collection of Agnes tops – very impressive!
The Bettine dress is still proving extremely popular. Veronica looks very happy to be wearing her fun and colourful version - love this! Kirsty has chosen a lovely floral print that we think will also look great with tights and a cardi in the Autumn.
We're dreaming of Arielle skirts in many colours at the moment. Katia’s mini version in navy blue twill looks great worn with a bright yellow top. Arleen made this pink Arielle in canvas from Birch Fabrics - beauuutiful.
The Fifi camisole and shorts set is a great one for improving your sewing skills and learning some new techniques, such as sewing on the bias and creating a double-stitched narrow elasticated waistband. Ashley has added a special touch with some cream broderie anglaise trim while Claire has kept in classic using black and white polka dots. We love them both!
Rinkie has made a lovely Megan dress from Love at First Stitch in a pale baby blue – also we may have slight wallpaper envy! Annie looks great in her Megan dress made with a multi coloured, large polka dot print. You probably can't spot the empire waist seam as she's done a great job of pattern matching those spots.
Julia looks very sophisticated in her Mimi blouse from Love at First Stitch made in a gorgeous teal colour. We love Bonnie’s retro styling of her Mimi blouse, worn with some fab cats eye glasses.
Kertstin has made a gorgeous Lilou dress from Love at First Stitch lined with a floral printed fabric. Cat is showing how lovely the Lilou looks from the back by wearing her adorable baby pink version - we love those pleats!
And last but never least, we're starting to dream of cosy Coco tops and dresses for the colder weather that's slowly creeping in. Anne looks so snuggly in her Coco dress with patch pockets and funnel neck. We love the way Katia has styled her funnel neck Coco top, tucked into a high-waisted skirt.
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.
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We can’t wait to see what you've been making!