I’d been putting off this sewing project for a while, probably because it seems to be a lot more difficult than it actually is. And also because I’m lazy.
This was supposed to be easy.
My love for Coco never fails. The pattern is versatile, cute, easy, and also easy to hack!
When I found this fabric, I fell in love with the feel and the look of it. A gorgeous bright coral pink + a super smooth and snuggly ponte knit = the most perfect fabric in the world!
This dress had been in the works for a while now. Not because it’s a difficult pattern, but rather because I haven’t had too many blocks of free time long enough to pound out an item of clothing at once.
So this one I made a few weeks ago (I’m a bit of an eager beaver when it comes to autumn weather/fashion) and since then I’ve just been biting at the bit to finally put it on. Today did not disappoint!
This is a project I’ve been waiting to do for a while. I’ve always loved pussy bows or bow ties on women’s shirts and just couldn’t wait to make one for myself. So when I found this fabric I knew exactly what to do with it!
Made of flowy, soft, breathable crepe georgette, these trousers are a wonderful addition to my summer wardrobe. While not exactly the style I prefer, I find myself wearing them despite this simply because of their wonderful, comfortable easiness for a busy summer like mine.