Working thru more of the scraps from last year’s Vogue Fabric Warehouse Sale. This teal fabric was one that I disregarded at first in the piles of fabric on the table. But then as I was digging thru the piles, … Continue reading
On Sunday I finished this jacket made of leftover black denim and black/white tweed. I put a t-shirt on the dress form to finish the look. Excited to wear it!
My favorite shirt yet! Had great success using Simplicity Pattern 4125 on the last peplum shirt that I made out of fabric scraps from last year’s Vogue Fabric Warehouse Sale. This green and black stretch neoprene has a lot of … Continue reading
Last weekend was super productive! Only had about 7 small scraps of blue neoprene. I was able to piece them together to make a vest. I had leftover black nylon from a purse I made that I used for the … Continue reading
Brrr…it’s cold outside. In honor of my childhood nickname ‘Manda Panda, I picked a panda fabric pattern for my new pj pants. I prewashed and dried the fabric hoping to get any fabric shrinking to occur prior to the pants … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I made these petal pieces to combine with a tunic in a contrasting fabric pattern. The petals were too distracting. I ended up removing them and setting them aside. But they worked out well as ruffle … Continue reading
So what can you create with 8 small rectangular remnant pieces of sheer heart fabric, some remnant pieces of black, and a zipper? A cute little top! Thank goodness for my serger. This sheer fabric ravels pretty easily and using … Continue reading
Quick picture of a dress made with remnant pieces for the bodice and stretchy sparkly white for the skirt.
Before last Christmas I found an extremely colorful fabric that looked like a watercolor print at JoAnn. I knew immediately I wanted to use it to make another dress using Vogue Pattern V1343. The fabric is not only colorful but … Continue reading
To create this blouse I had 8 rectangles of the sea foam with navy/white and 6 rectangles of the white with sea foam/navy. The game had two parts: 1) Use the rectangles of two fabrics with similar color schemes to cut … Continue reading