Here you can find all additions to my handmade wardrobe in 2015 – the good, the bad and the ugly! Hopefully there’ll be lots on this page by the end of the year! It’s interesting to see the change in the weather and type of clothes I’m making as the year progresses.
Click on the photo to be taken to the post relating to that make. There is also a review of 2015 if you click HERE.
2 Tilly & The Buttons Coco Hack Dresses – both above.
Tilly & The Buttons – Coco Top
Julia Cardigan from Mouse House
A few Sewaholic Renrews – 2 hacks into dresses and a top. (the cardigan is the Lemoncello from Skinny Bitch Curvy Chick – unblogged for now!)
Lekala 5891 – this is a Muslin of the black and white dress also made this month. It’s unblogged, but will be worn lots this summer!
Lekala 5963 Stretch Denim Dress with princess seam
Great British Sewing Bee Drapey Knit Dress
Ooops. A cycling cap, but I don’t cycle!
Scuba knit pants
Morris Blazer from Grainline Studio
Newlook 6217 – made in a panel of silk I think!! That’s what I thought when I did the burn test!
Another newlook 6217 in a linen mix
The Oslo Cardigan from Colette’s Seamwork Magazine
Cabernet Cardigan from SBCC
Lekala top 4119
By Hand London – Holly Jumpsuit – part of #jumpingintojune
By Hand London – Georgia Dress
GBSB Capri pants in a stretch denim
The silk top I made when I went on Heather Jacks sewing with silk master class.
“Dimpsy T” Hack from Laura After Midnight
The Aurora Tank by Seamwork Magazine
Self drafted skirt. This is unblogged as it is was thrown together to match Vogue 1429 – see above for link to the post for my snazzy golf top!
Emily Culottes in Denim
Love this top! My Dimpsy T from Laura After Midnight
I’ve caught the running bug! My Fehr Trade VNA running top.
Lekala 8000 – before and after the fancy dress party!
Oliver & S Woodland Stroll Cape
Tilly and the Buttons Coco Top for my sister.
Posh frock for a posh event! The Colette Wren hacked to a maxi length with a thigh high split and sheer sleeves.
My first Grainline Archer.
My Colette Wren – shortened to just below the knee