Usually I sew because I love a pattern, and want to see what I can make from it. The process is experimental, or even sometimes creative. Results can vary (OMG, can they!), and I have no problems sharing those results with my readers or people on PatternReview etc. It's all for fun.
A few weeks ago, Theresa of Camp Runamuck, gave me copies of 2 PDF patterns-the Scout tee and Archer shirt. Both are from Grainline Studio and have been incredibly popular on PatternReview and Stitcher's Guild. I immediately taped the Scout tee as I LOVE woven tees.
I liked the tee in a woven and wondered what would happen in a knit. I had bought this knit fabric to make leggings, but after watching Cops-Las Vegas I realized I'd be taken for a working girl wearing these. So, tank top for this cowgirl!
I am planning to make up the Archer shirt for fall and I'm still ruminating on fabrics. Thanks so much Theresa!
I also made a babydoll nightie B 5932, which you will see paired with 3/4 pants rather than the tap pants I have for it. I'm not going to flash anything here on the interwebs!
Thank you everyone, for the well wishes on Mr. Biblioblog's recovery after his motorcycle accident. He is doing well, and is healing pretty fast. There was a lot of blunt trauma and he has some pain internally in various places. He saw the doc yesterday for a physical and got some advice on wound care which was a bit different than the pharmacist's instructions. We hope to see the worst of the road rash clearing up faster with these instructions. Again, please use safety gear.