To start off the official fall pieces sewing, I am working on making a few more scarves. I know we have not started to pile on the layers just yet, but the weather has not exactly been cooperating with us, now has it? Nope
I decided that I would continue and make a few more scarves. I did get an order for 5 of the infinity scarves like the one made in my “Because it’s September post”, so I am gladly working on making those a reality, each will have varying textures. While they are easy, I do want to find some unique fabrics to give the scarf the statement they need.
This was definitely unfamiliar fabric. It’s only after I made the purchase that I was automatically thinking this may or may not work with my sewing machine. After all, I do not have a heavy duty machine. hahaha.( Mindless banter of a Novice Seamstress) lol
Nevertheless,I made it work. I tested a piece and it worked perfectly. So here’s to my happy sewing with another new fabric. It’s some sort of knit blend.Feels great on the skin.
I go three colours: A burnt orange, a light green and a sort of mustard/greenish yellow. ( I am not sure that colour description made sense) ..lol
A closer look: You will also notice my self-made tags for now.( That’s my middle name) **wink wink*
As always models are so hard to find.. Got my Cousin for the Green Scarf poses. 🙂
When it really gets cold and you need to cover your head and all..brrrr ( not yet, soon enough)
The casual wear
I then made the mustard/greenish yellow..lol ( I just can’t get it right guys, you can see the colour…let me know what you think it is) 🙂
Brrr weather style..( You all know what I mean.. ) Let’s just say in January this style would be necessary..)
I Hope you all enjoyed this post. Look out for Episode two of Fall/Winter sewing.
Just keep sewing, just keep sewing, what do I do I sewwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww.
Bye for now
8 thoughts on “Fall/Winter Sewing Part 1-Unfamiliar blends”
Well I like the flavours. Hope to be a volunteer model on my next visit – hoi hoi. So in the days before all the high tech machine when there would be fabrics like those we used to put paper on the material – try a sample. Keep the seeeeewwwwwssss going
Glad you like it. ( Not a bad idea). I actually thought about it.
I am volunteering too! Both of them street beautiful but I’m partial to the mustard..it’s just the right kind of pick me up colour for those dark damp depressing winter days
Yay. 🙂 Thanks. You are so right, it is that pick me up colour for those dark days ahead. 🙂
Looks like mustard colour to me!
I think so. That’s what I am saying. 🙂 Thanks
All beautiful: the gorgeous yellow, the model bolero, all great! You know how to do it! Lovely! By the way, I am from Brasil and here, the colors are our special thing!
Muito obrigada.:) eu falo un pouco de portuguese. gosta voce lingua….:)