Sunday, November 9, 2008

More new outfits, more new embroidery!!!

Take one Cropped denim jacket from Goodwill.... add lace done on the embroidery machine...and

Instant cuteness...

I embroidered a lace cross and placed it on the pocket as well..
I love adding embroidered lace to clothes!!! Thats my favorite thing the embroidery machine does... LACE!

Here's another top from this fab New Look pattern!
This shirt is so easy to make.. and so cute!!The main fabric used came from Panama City, Panama,,, the lace from Wal Mart.
The skirt was made from a BWOF pattern.. very simple.. but I did add a lining...

I made a pair of pants to go with the shirt too... Pants pattern is a BWOF. The fabric used for the pants came from the fabulous Gail K's in ATL. Its a stretch flannel! Super comfy!!

The outfit below.... The skirt came from my mom's stash.. it was a circle skirt pattern panel.. and it just doesn't get much easier than that!

The top is a simple bias cut pattern from BWOF. Its a bit to tight in the bust area... the fabric is a crinkle poly blend with embroidery... I have enough to make another top.. which I will add atlest an inch to the bust next time!

Love, love this top!!! New Look has the cutest most simple top patterns for knits!!

Notice the blond hair.. this pic was taken about 2 months ago and I forgot to post about this pattern!

I also made the short sleeve version of this shirt in the peach black floral print pictured with the pattern.

I've been so busy working on building my wardrobe with more everyday clothes and more clothes I can wear to church!!

But today I started the craziest thing I think I've ever sewn.... The Bald Man wants a blazer... and not just any blazer.. a fleece blazer.... made with yoda fleece fabric.... lololol!!! I know... so stupid!!!

But if it makes the Bald Man happy.... its find with me... cause if he's happy with what I make him... he'll let me buy more machines, fabrics and patterns!!!!

Just so long as he doesn't wear the yoda blazer when I'm with him!



Rose said...

Wow! you have been busy! great job on your new projects! I like the bias cut Burda World of Fashion top! can you share which issues it's from? It might be something I can make for myself... Thanks :)

Faye Lewis said...

Oh, I love, love, love that match top and skirt. I have that top pattern, I'll have to copy you if you don't mind.

Angelia said...

Hi Rose,
Its from BWOF 5/2003.

Thanks for the comments