Somehow, I’m still going strong! Without any repeats so far. So it’s time for another Me-Made-May post. 😀
Back in February, I blogged my first Sewaholic Belcarra blouse, which I’d made 6 months prior to that, back when I was still very much learning a lot of the techniques involved. The end result was still a lovely blouse but I knew it was a pattern I wanted to tackle again, once I’d improved. And on Saturday, I finished off a Belcarra in a lovely viscose, which for some reasons reminds me of those little fruit salad sweets you could get in 10p mixes from the corner shop. I picked up the fabric from Ribes & Casals during a recent trip to Barcelona, Spain.
It’s been a little while but here’s another helping of Sewing Saturday.
At this point, about nine months ago, I had sewing with zips and typical fabrics – cotton, linen, etc. – under my belt and had started a dress and finished two pairs of shorts. But wanted to change direction slightly: try a pattern from a designer I’d not yet tried, make a top, and try a material I’d not yet sewn with. Cue a chiffon Belcarra blouse from Sewaholic.