That seems to be the rate of my sewing lately.
I severely underestimated how much I could crank out again as my life returns to normal.
Apparently the stress of the past few months snuck into my sewing studio unannounced.
When I decided to sew again it promptly reared its ugly head as evidenced by an incredible number of stupid sewing mistakes. Rather annoying actually.
So I have very little to show for all the time I've spent in my studio lately.
But I do have one small project to share. Another knit top from McCall's 6078.
In March I made a zebra print version (that has yet to be worn as I've not yet made it smaller).
I went down a size this time and still needed to take it in at the waist to give it some shape. The stripes on the fabric are slightly raised and twisted. It's the fabric (from Treadle Yard Goods) that keeps this simple sleeveless top from being too ho-hum.
Next up? Photos of the completed black 80s inspired knit top sewn from Butterick 5497, and (hopefully) the completion of another "perfect knit dress" using McCall's 5752, the jacket and dress from McCall's 5818 and a skirt from Simplicity 2449.