SWAP #5: McCall’s 6436, size 16, D cup, skull print cotton chambray from Weaver Dee I took three inches off the length of this [after cutting it out and JUST Squeezing it out of the fabric. Why do I never think about length before I start? Ridiculous. Apart from that, no changes. All went very … Continue reading Sewing Skulls
No. Not West Brom [even though they are local team]- I don’t do sport. More baggy trousers [still not pants, no, not here matey] from the Kathryn Brenne V9114 that is now officially a very tried-and-tested pattern. These are in some of the cool and comfy chambray that I snagged a while back from the … Continue reading Come on you Baggies!
Style Arc Juliet. Described on the site thus: “The tie front effect of this cleverly designed pattern provides an ultra flattering silhouette. The ¾ sleeve adds to this stylish shirt.” I used a soft, light blue/brown chambray from Barry’s warehouse. I actually bought two lengths of this, on different occasions as it’s so nice [and … Continue reading Than this of Juliet…
…this is maths teacher chic! Vogue 1312, a Mizono design. I adore my four versions of V1410 and wear them all the time, so this one appealed straight away. I’m not sure why I took so long to buy it, but finally did. It’s fabric hungry of course, but Barry’s bargain table came to the … Continue reading Enough with the art teacher-chic…#1