declared my involvement in Tilly's One Week, One Pattern! project. To recap, this project is designed to celebrate the sewing patterns we most enjoy and have found most sewable. This is achieved by wearing the fruits of your chosen sewing pattern each day for a week, starting yesterday. Over 90 individuals are taking part and you can see Tilly's fascinating statistics on the project here.
As previously explained, I will be 'repping' Simplicity 2451 (pictured at the top of this post). I have three versions of this pattern in my wardrobe, but actually I have lost count of how many times I have sewn this pattern for other people, including my best mate, Harriet and some women from my company. I haven't bothered to document all these garments on this blog, but I have a made three more in the last few weeks so I thought this OWOP! week would be a good time to show you them.
the navy-with-white-spots version, asked me to whip her up some more of these work-friendly little numbers. So I reached into they ol' stash o' mine and found suitable fabric for two more. The first, pictured above and below, uses the grey and blue striped wooly-fabric I scored at the Brighton De-Stash Meet-up last month. I forgot which of the wonderful attendees it originally belonged to, but I'm hoping they'll pop by this blog, see this post and feel happiness that it didn't stick around long before being made into something ace!