18/08/2014

Makers In The Wild // A Weekly Round-Up

INTRO-pic makers9This week had me frothing at the mouth! And not due to cake over-indulgence but the explosion of inspiring makes coming from our little corner of the interwebs. It was another print-happy week in the sewing blogosphere, starting with 1// this gorgeous Eucalypt tank by B.Yazoo! I may, just may, have a couple of yards of this poly crepe de chine on its way, by pure co-incidence, I assure! 2// Working out never looked so good. Could not love Mokosha’s  two-piece floral short and crop set more! Surely, wearing florals while you work out would take at least some of the pain out of it. 3// LOVING Megan’s latest version of her own pattern, the Eucalypt Dress. Something about that fabric with that exposed zipper = pure pretty. The rest of Megan’s face is also lovely by the way…her cropping not mine! 4// A solid! Katie’s made herself not one but three pairs of cute and practical pleated pants. That’s commitment right there. And she has a super handy tip for repairing broken zippers, good to remember next time you want to rip the whole thing out in a rage, as some people like to do. But not me. Definitely not me…

 

…hand-made loveliness around the globe…

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Comments

  • maddiewrote:

    Love that workout gear!

  • Gingerwrote:

    Ahhhh, that Eucalypt! I can’t wait to see what you make with that fabric- it’s fabulous!

  • Measure Twice Cut Oncewrote:

    Sensational round up once again.

  • katiewrote:

    I do like my mini-residency at the bottom-left of your roundups 😉 Thank you for including me, and I’m in superb company again. I want that Eucalypt fabric now too…

  • Alliwrote:

    Oh my goodness, I’m floored that I was included! And I’m wearing my eucalypt tank right now! (in a very not matching outfit, hehe) Thanks for including me! 🙂

  • Jennifer, Workroom Socialwrote:

    Love these round-ups!

  • Girl Charlee Fabricswrote:

    What a great round up! Thanks for the link back!

    http://www.girlcharlee.com

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