I don’t know about you but the amount of sewers that I’ve seen make the True Bias Ogden Cami is astonishing! I have loved and admired each and every one and thought ‘I must make one of those to see what all the fuss is about’! So I did, finally!
My summer vibe helped me wiz up not one but FOUR of these cami’s! All made from my stash of 1m leftover fabrics. The floral one was slightly more hence why I made it in to a dress/tunic. This pattern is great for stash busting.
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How cold was last week? I am definitely not cut out for the UK winters’. Damp, cold and miserable. Very envious of anyone who lives in warmer climates or those lucky enough to be on holiday in the warm. Any chance you could send some sun and an increase in temperature over here please?! The weather has certainly affected my sewing mo-jo, as my sewing room, positioned at the back of the house, has more external walls than internal. Even with a radiator and electric heater, it is very cold indeed! Cold hands – less sewing. Perhaps I need to invest in some finger-less gloves for times such as these, or knit myself a pair for next year? Cold weather calls for a lovely hand-kitted jumper and handmade fluffy wool coat and I have just the garments!
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So, let’s kick the New Year and my new blog off with a projects board and plans for my January 2017 makes!
The project board in the picture, I made myself – please excuse the photography, I’m still learning! The board sits on my wall in my sewing room as a big reminder of what I’ve pledged to create. I used the projects calendar kindly issued by Sew DIY . I’ve found this useful as a focal point to draw my planned projects in to one list, with an order of which to start first etc. etc. Really useful tool, I recommend anyone planning their makes on a monthly basis to use this. Continue reading “New Year – New Projects”