Monday, 26 January 2015


Seersucker is one of my least favourite fabrics. The texture is just weird, like it's constantly in need of an ironing. The print of these fabrics won me over the weird bobbliness. 

This is the same pattern as my Christmas dress. I didn't want to make the two dresses completely identical though. The red reminds me of a vintage table cloth, so I decided not to use it for the skirt. Nothing says sexy like a dress resembling a table cloth.

The skirt is cotton drill, which is one of my favourite fabrics to sew with. No stretch, nice and firm and it holds a structured shape very well.

The blue version is my favourite of the two. I don't wear bright red a lot as I don't think it's terribly flattering on me. The cooler blue is lovely. This one is actually lined, because the skirt is very sheer.

The neckline of this pattern is cut straight across, but I altered it for this one into a slight sweetheart neckline.

I do like my new posing couch.

If you're wondering where my new tattoo went, I made these dresses a little while ago.... this is a catch-up post from my blogging break last year.



  1. love the twins! ... the posing couch is absolutely adorable!!!!!

  2. Sooo pretty! I'm a big fan of seersucker as well. It's one of those fabrics - like calico and cotton eyelet - that has such a charming, old-fashioned (but certainly not dated in an unappealing way) quality to it. Beautiful creations both. Red and dark blue each look stellar on you, dear gal!

    ♥ Jessica

  3. Just lovely. I do like seersucker but have never attempted to make anything with it.

  4. You look marvelous in bright red!!