We have reached the half way point with Sienna’s Spring Collection, so far we have:
As you may have noticed, some of the items in my collection are not of my own design:
2. Peasant Top. This was actually a last minute addition when I realized I needed a shirt to match a few of my items. I used an old Butterick pattern I had lying around – one of the first patterns I ever purchased. But after a quick google search, I found a free on-line tutorial HERE. I cannot vouch how good this tutorial is, I have not tried it. But anything free is worth a try!
5. The Old Navy jeans?? I am a firm believer in leaving jeans to the professionals – lol – seriously though…some things are just worth the money.
6. The tights – although I could have made my own…I happened to have a pair of tights in the very same color I needed. But for a great free tights tutorial, I always follow along HERE when making my own.
And lastly, number 7. The Swinter Dress by Kelly from Sewing in No Mans Land.
I made a few changes to the tutorial, shortening the overall length – as well as adding a contrasting fabric to the bottom edge. But I am in love with this dress – the perfect Sundress if you ask me!
So, what does that leave in store for us next week?
How to add the butterfly embellishment to a T-Shirt, as well as my favorite number in the entire collection – the Petal Tiered Skirt!
And the best part, I will give you a sneak peak at my newest collection..Madeline’s! After making all of these adorable Spring outfits for my niece, I simply needed to create some for my own kids! Lol – I really have been SEW CRAZY lately…
Thanks for stopping by, and have a great weekend everyone!
Happy Sewing 🙂