Friday, September 17, 2010
a tweed skirt & a black top
First of all, I'd love to thank you everybody, for wishing our survival and for kicking out Japanese late departing summer. It's gone, it's gone now, phew.
As I feel like longer and slightly fuller skirts for the coming seasons this year, I sewed this tweed skirt to fill in my list for wardrobe. It is a tuck skirt in a cotton/acrylic/polyester fancy tweed with glittering silver and gold threads. I think I can wear it until it gets too cold.
I sewed this simple black top too. (This is my first black garment in the past 6 years!)
The info of the patterns I used is at the bottom of this post, if you are interested.
In this bulky skirt and the fitted black top, I look as if I start dancing, don't I? (Said that, I have never danced properly. What I can do is moving like an octopus but I don't show you how to do it. For your safety.)
Have a nice day!
pattern: anneecotton* p950, lengthened very much
fabric: tweed, cotton/acryl/polyester etc blend
pattern: TAMANEGI-KOBO Fujiko, widened neckline and shortened bodice and sleeves
fabric: jersey, cotton/cupro 60/40 blend soft and bouncy