Summer has hit early this year. This beautiful weather has brought out the summer clothes sewer in me. Cyan is the one that is lacking the most in summer clothes. Alex seems to have an endless supply of tea shirts, but I made him a couple raglans anyway (although he won't pose like she will).
This strappy apron tank is a design all my own. I think it turned out super cute! I love the elastic across the back. I wonder if that will bug her after wearing it, but I really like the look of it. Maybe next time I will try shirring instead.
I was particularly proud of the accent pocket I put on the front. How cute is that??
Sarah had sewing to do for her girl today as well, so she brought all of this wonderful soft cotton fabric, and I got some scraps! :) I used those to make Cyan a tank top and then some t-shirt sleeves.
I love this one! The grey cotton is from JoAnn's... that thick t-shirt stuff. It is really nice to work with.
I love the colors on these, but they were the first two shirts I ever used a cover hemmer on... and I keep feeling like I did something wrong. The bottom seam on the tank is turning all the time already. This will drive me nuts. I know... perfectionists are never happy with their work. But I may not even let her wear it. lol... I did a good job on the shoulder straps though!
All in all I call this a hugely successful sewing day. Sarah got a lot done too. She is making Hannah Anderson patterned panties for her little Hannah. They look great and comfortable to me! I bet Hannah will love them!