I always enjoy participating in the year-end Top Five roundup that Gillian at Crafting a Rainbow has been hosting for the last few years. This year she's moving it over to the Sewcialists blog so there will hopefully be even more participation! I'm still joining in :)
I believe in starting on a high note -- so here are my Top 5 Sewing Hits. It was really hard to narrow these down this year; I made so many things that I've loved wearing. But I've managed to filter out a few that I think are my most successful, most loved, or most worn things.
I love this one for its print -- typeface and dots! -- and the colour too. Also, it fits so well and is super comfortable to wear. Good pattern, quality fabric and a nice fit make this a real winner for me, one that got worn a lot.
I finally made an Adeline this year, and used an upcycled linen blend tablecloth in pickle green to do so. I love the silhouette, and the colour is so fabulous. I always feel cheery in this!
There were many more successes for me this year, but these are a few that have really stood out for me, in terms of fabric, fit and multiple wearings. I hope I can create as many hits in 2020!