"To me, clothing is a form of self expression. There are hints about who you are in what you wear."
Hello sewing loves and happy hump day to you all! I pray that everyone is having a great week thus far and unlike me you've been able to get some of your sewing projects done! I have so many projects going on right now that I can hardly tell when I'm coming and going! Being able to get in the studio and actually sew something right now has been a little difficult but I hope to be back on track really soon. I know many of you have been wondering what's been going on an why I haven't posted on the blog regularly; but I assure you once I'm finished with the major projects that I've been working on I'll be back in full blog mode! This weekend I tried really hard to complete my blog projects but unfortunately I had several business meetings to attend so it just didn't happen. The funny thing is I was going through my pictures for another project and realized OMG I never did a blog post of a project I finished back in November of 2017. Yes I've been just that busy that I completely forgot to post pictures of a fall/winter look I completed months ago. LOL
Well technically it's still cold on the east coast and here on the west coast it's been pretty chilly as well so I guess I can still roll with this look! Anyhoo back in November I was in my studio fooling around, listening to some 70's throwback music and thinking back on all the fabulous fashions I absolutely love from that decade. I thought to myself what can I make that has that 70's kind of vibe I'm feeling right now and still work for Fall/Winter. So I glance over at my fabric shelves grab some fabulous black Ponte and 70's flower power print knits and start playing around. Needless to say I went all the way to the left with this one but hey I'm still rolling with it! LOL I've listed the pattern details below and trust me this is a really quick and easy pattern hack to copy. Well loves that's it for me today I have to run off to another meeting so I'll catch you on the flip side! MUAHHHH
Hugs & Love
Top: I altered the McCalls pattern M7247 View B to create this top. / Pants: I used my own personal pattern block for these / Fur-Vest is from Gap no longer in stock!
After viewing all the pics I realize why I didn't share these pics