I loved the idea of Me Made May…looking back. I wish I had prepared better and had my serger lessons beforehand. I’m super excited about learning how to use a serger tomorrow with my friend, and I plan to have another few months of Me Made Clothes. But first, let me show you how May finished out!
(from L to R):
May 9th: Rayon Skirt – Valori Wells fabrics + Deborah Moebes Stitch by Stitch A-line skirt pattern
May 10th: Ardently Austen Essential A-Line skirt (Amanda Herring Designs fabric/Jona Giammalva pattern)
May 11th: Penguin and Fish embroidery pattern
May 12: Blanc T-shirt pattern by MellySews (free pattern)
May 14: Clover Fabrics (Alexa Abegg) and Gertie’s Ultimate Dress Sewing book pattern
May 15: Emma’s Garden (fabrics by Patty Sloniger) Essential A-Line pattern (Jona G)
May 16th: Wiksten Tank Dress with Double Gauze by Cotton + Steel
May 18th: Sheep Wiksten Tank Dress (Ellen Luckett Baker Charms fabric)
May 19th: Mendocino skirt (Heather Ross fabric + Deborah Moebes Stitch By Stitch A-line (altered by me!))
May 20th: Alison Glass Handcrafted skirt fabric (Stitch by Stitch pattern) and t-shirt altered using Alison’s techniques from her book, Alison Glass Applique
May 21: Denim by Art Gallery Fabrics – Diplomat pattern by Liesl and Co (simplicity)
May 22: Blanc t-shirt (again) 🙂 pattern by Melly Sews
May 24: Alison Glass Handcrafted skirt fabric – Essential A-line pattern (Jona G)
May 25th: linen pants pattern from Lotta Jansdotter’s book Everyday Style
May 28: (Not pictured…for some reason!) Stylish Dress Book dress
May 29th: Succulent fabrics by Bonnie Christine, pattern from Simplicity (vintage)
These are four new pieces…well, two repurposed skirts and two new pieces. I have to alter the tshirt to fit a little better. That will go with my serger lesson tomorrow!
What new exciting things are you learning? I’d love to hear!!
Come back tomorrow for a fun easy block tutorial on Tuesday Tutorials here.