I can't believe I have not blogged in two weeks! My oldest daughter has been sick and I guess I just got distracted. She was exhausted almost every day for two weeks, to the point where I had her tested for mono. Luckily, it came back negative. I guess she just had a mystery virus. She is now better.
But, I still found time to do some sewing. I got very excited about the new Ottobre magazine and made this outfit for my youngest. It is a tee with attached skirt and shorts.
Then, I made this love top for a customer. This is almost all Robyn Pandolph Flirt fabric, which I love. The last of my stash, sadly, but a pretty way to use it.
I do not make a lot of remakes of other people's designs, but the same customer asked for this and I was able to get the fabrics, so here it is.
And with the leftovers, I made her soon-to-born baby this version! The shorts are an Ottobre pattern that I tossed in for free from fabric snippets.
This weekend, I cut out the pieces for my quilt project! I am doing the Patchwork Prism Quiltalong with Sweet Diesel. Here are some samples of what I cut today.
Here are some blues:
And here are some pinks:
And it is all organized in files, waiting to be sewn. I sew for myself and the family only on weekends, so next weekend I will begin this project! During the week, I sew for others and have some pretty dresses to work on this week.
What to do with all the scraps?
I woke up this morning to a lovely Mother's Day Card, made by my two girls. If you are a mom, I hope you had a happy day!