Saturday morning, I wanted to wear my green lace dress, but it was too warm for the long sleeved one I made a while back. So I made up this summer one.
There was only a yard of fabric left, so I made a tee. I might have to give it to my daughter, who loves it.
I had cut out 2 yellow gauze dresses, but didn't have yellow zippers! So I assembled what I could. This one is from a pattern Claire gave me.
This one is princess seamed, like the green lace one above.
If only some idiot had the right color zippers.
Then I wanted to make a new dressing gown from the beautiful watercolor fabric I got last fall. It's a real project; it took about 12 hours. This is a silk chiffon, and it's a bear to work with. But the fabric gave me an impressionist feeling, and I love impressionist paintings. Anyway, I love this dressing gown, and even my dearly beloved oblivious hubby said it's the prettiest, most feminine fabric he's ever seen.
I also made a little slip dress from it. I still have some of this, so it might make another appearance in my sewing room! Woo Hoo!
I hope I have the urge to sew next weekend, since new clothes are so much fun!