I've been on a clothes sewing kick. But I can only sew, and more importantly cut out pattern pieces, when the baby is napping.
But this is what I've made since I last posted 6 weeks ago:
This was supposed to be the Enchantment Under the Sea dress from Stitch Savvy by Deborah Moebes. Made from Kaffe Fassett's Roman Glass fabric. I love this print and colorway. I spent forever trying cut out the bodice so there's no unfortunately placed dots, and in the end, I just made it into a skirt. The waistband is orange bias tape. It's got the longest invisible zipper down the back, since I just used the zipper meant for the dress.
This is the Picnic Blanket Skirt from Tilly and the Buttons. The fabric is orange and white seersucker and pearly white plastic buttons. Per the instructions, there's an inch of ease, but I didn't like it. Eventually I pinched in the sides.
Husband went to Salt Lake City for work and he brought home this shirt for me. But I don't wear clothes that say things. So I cut down and made into a shirt for the 1 year old baby. I didn't hem any of the edges.
This is the dress New Look 6184. The fabric is quilting cotton printed by balls of yarn with knitting needles. I thought it would look silly or quirky (which it is) but the first person who saw me in it, it took her a few minutes of conversation before she noticed the print. Instead of facing, I used bias tape around the neck and armholes. I've gotten compliments both times that I've worn it. I'm really proud of it, since it's the most complicated dress I've made so far.