Despite only having 3 weeks of sewing time, I made quite a few items for my class but also for myself. The first week of May I was at home visiting my family - check out my #memademay post to see what I have been wearing this month.
The samples I had sewn last month, only included pictures of garments for adults but the sewing classes are also suitable for children or parents can sew for their kids.
I made a Tunic Dress as well as plenty of gathered skirts and some adorable pajama pants in Strawberry fabric - I am thinking to make myself a pair too ...
For myself, I made a shirt dress and a wrapdress (first toile, still adjustments needed) - pattern review to follow next month. I also made a more relaxed throw-on dress, which I need more in my wardrobe.
One of the longest projects in my room is finally finished. About a year ago, I cut out a pair of Chi Town Chinos by Aline Design & Co in Jade-coloured denim. Back then I had only started the pockets and this month, I stumbled across it when cleaning up my room & cupboards. I really don't know why it took me so long because I have been wearing the shorts 4-5 times since I finished them.
I also refashioned a dress into a top. The dress I wore once last year, and I hope since its a top now it will fit into my wardrobe much better.
I prepared you a little look book to flick through my handmade garments for April.
What have you been sewing this month?
Thanks for hanging out with me.