Summer sewing is my favorite. The fabric is fun, the patterns are easy, the results are usually pretty quick.
I spent some time over the weekend working on a summer romper for Alex. The pattern is one bought from Brownie-Goose. Love those patterns and her witty sense of humor. She writes her patterns like she writes her blog posts; it makes for some entertaining sewing time.
Here's how it turned out!
And here is Alex modeling. That's Carter. He got a fresh summer cut and now resembles a Corgie.
Here she is proving that you can really move in this romper. I think that's the MC Hammer but I can't say for sure.
Aaand here we have the back view. I think someone has modeling in their future...
Here's another quick and cute summer sewing project. The idea came from Olive and S and is based on their Lazy Days skirt.
I made the skirt as they instructed but instead of using ribbon at the bottom, I made myself some bias tape in a contrasting fabric. Easy as pie. But not as tasty. I would eat a pie. I would not eat a skirt.
Unless I was really really hungry.