These are a recent make and I have a more in depth post coming up – I just need the rain to stop in order to get more pictures. These are made out of rayon challis and turned out to be super comfortable on a warm day. I can’t wait to make more!
This pink seersucker blouse was made last year in anticipating of Me Made May and was a favorite throughout spring and summer. This Friday’s special theme was Cocktail Hour which just happened to correspond to my latest project. Alas! I didn’t have blue thread that was a close enough match so I stalled out at the cutting out stage.
Oh yeah, that leopard martini glass came with a bonus cocktail recipe on the bottom. Here it is:
Deer & Doe Datura Blouse
My most recent Deer & Doe make and very versatile. It took me from class to a one year old’s birthday party. It’s perfect for layering under little sweaters.
Technically I wore this briefly on Day Two during my trip to the DMV to renew my driver’s license and get a new photo. However I was in and out in less than 10 minutes so there goes that idea that the DMV is the 7th Circle of hell – it is possible to have a pleasant experience there. I try and avoid wearing light colors in ID photos since the time my light colored shirt faded into the background and it looked like I was topless. Not a good look so I stick to bold colors now.
This blouse is also part of an upcoming blog post and the fabric was used in a couple more garments including my delayed Thurlows. This time around I added 2” in length and made the notched neckline for the first time. Pardon the frizzed hair – I got caught in a couple heavy rain showers today.
I really didn’t anticipate any problems this early into the challenge so there’s not too much more to say. It’s always interesting to look over daily photos to determine what type of garments you actually wear the most so I’m looking forward to the end of month summary. Last year I realized I needed more separates so I’m hoping to see more of that this year. That and the return of warm weather!