So life has been pretty hectic lately. Loads of things on my to-do list, and I must admit to being a bit slack with the blogging.
But between kids, house, gym, business accounts, tax returns, online study and other general family commitments, the time to create and make hasn't been as readily available, as of late.
But in between all of this, I did manage to sew up this little summer dress for a market in August (more on this market a bit later)...
It was made using the 'Oliver & S - Seashore Sundress' sewing pattern, in a Size 5, and I bought a licence to make one of these to sell.
(Just a side-note for other market makers out there - did you know Oliver & S charge $6 per item for a licence to make to sell - not per pattern, per item you make from that pattern....thoughts??.)
It has cute little buttons at the top.
And adorable, little, contrasting pockets each side, for collecting & carrying little items.
Alannah has one, and it looks super-cute over leggings or just by itself, although it is a bit on the shorter side.
So with this market coming up on the 18th August, I have washed a whole lot of fabric all ready for cutting out into pants and bags. And I have a couple of things to make for Alannah for summer too.
I'm looking forward to making now that I've knocked a few big things off of my to-do list.
Thanks for stopping by.