I've cut a Burda dress from this very cool knit fabric. It's like a glen plaid, and has a black flocked print on the thin grey knit base.
But look a little closer, and that print gets even more interesting!
I'm using a magazine pattern from September 2019 that I've had my eye on since I received that issue; there's a self belt that I am hoping will work out in this fabric as well.
I'm also on the verge of cutting out my #BHMPatternDesigners project, a floral Khaliah Ali top, Simplicity 2230.
That should take me to the end of the month!
I am also planning on tracing out a few more patterns from some of my Burda magazines, especially a skirt from the May 2019 issue for the monthly challenge at the Stratford Garment Guild - which is just to make any skirt of your choice.
Something else that is sewing related and super fun is that I found a collection of notions and a stack of patterns at my thrift store this week. I haven't found much of anything for a long time so this was a nice surprise! The notions are already dispersed to various storage spots (some bias binding, rick rack, hooks and eyes, and a belt kit) but here are the patterns:
|So Star Trek!|
I am planning on trying out the McCalls 3330 first -- in the jumper view, of course!
How about you? What does your sewing queue look like? Have you had any great sewing supply scores recently?