A much shorter exposition for Week Four of Slow Fashion October. This week is a bit hectic but I so want to complete the thought process of this month long meditation. This week’s theme is Known Origins: Good (especially good and affordable) sources of yarn and fabric with traceable origins. And for the things we … More Wardrobe Lineage.
This is a quick little self-drafted T-shirt. I have made a number of these in different fabric over the years but this is a 3/4 version especially for this time of the year. I don’t seem to have much by way of transitional spring tops. I think there will be another couple of variations on … More Diamonds are a girl’s best friend.
So named because this pink monstrosity very nearly became another lost in space UFO in the ‘What was I thinking?’ category. You may remember that I was planning on making an athleisure style dropped shoulder sweatshirt out of this neon pink velvet. So far, so… good? Well, here’s problem #1: It appears people aren’t making athleisure … More I’m your Venus.
Over at The Monthly Stitch, February’s theme is UFOs – in sewing terms Unfinished Objects. I have to confess I was a bit ho-hum about this theme as I didn’t have any UFOs lurking – or so I thought. A little bit of lateral thinking led me to my mending pile which, although not huge, suffers … More Mars Attacks! Invasion from the Red Planet.
Recently I have made two self-drafted t-shirts from leftover fabric combinations from other projects. One t-shirt was for me, another was a VERY belated birthday present for a good friend. You may recognise the fabric in this tee from this skirt I made last year. I love the fact that I used the sleeves and … More The Leftovers T-Shirts