Then I somehow misplaced part of the front of the shirt. Not sure how that happens. I *think* it was the "left over" part I thought I had and then cut up to use as cuffs on the sleeves.... Yeah... If I had a brain I just might be dangerous! LOL Anyway, I am using some of the green that I used on the May Flowers skirt for the other side of the front. I am going to attempt to cut out and sew some of the Green Lantern pieces to the solid green.... I'm ummmm...hopeful? LOL
Can I just say that I am DYING to get started on some of the vintage patterns I bought yesterday??? I already know exactly which one I will do first and what material I am going to use. LOL I may have to get it out of my system before I do my last skirt for the Crafterhour's Skirt Week contest.
Since I can't make anything NEW tonight I guess I can post some pics of past projects! LOL
I LOVE this one! This was made from a thrifted vintage sheet. My mom had one just like it when I was little. That made it extra special to me.
I knew I wanted to make something with a vintage feel to it and I was inspired somewhat by this dress by Olive Juice
Oooh!! Here are my owl PJs! So soft and comfy!! PJ pants are a great pace to start if you are new to sewing. They are simple to make.
Here's a tutorial for making them - Simple Pajama Pants Tutorial - You can adapt to make them adult size.
Here is c1 in an Easter Toile print that I got for a STEAL at Joann's.
I used the same idea for style as the nightgown from a vintage sheet. ;)
Here's a tutorial for it - Pillowcase Nightgowns & Free Tutorial.
c2's dino PJs
I made the shorts the same way that I make PJ pants. For the top I used one of c2's t-shirts as a guide.
Well, that's it for tonight, folks.... I think I might go add some more to my About Me section!