Ah the simplicity of jersey. So quick. So much easier to fit. So much more comfy! After such a busy summer, I went on quite a jersey kick. I’ve already shown you one jersey dress, here are 2 very simple … Continue reading
So, who’da thunk it, the pretty streets around Ghent, are great for taking photos.
So I did!
Before going on holiday over Easter I made some more items from my list – a Dixie DIY 2 piece tunic top – remade from my jersey maxi skirt, which was always too clingy to be comfortable, and this Helena skirt made from some very soft organic cotton. Both of which are completely free patterns!
There’s not much to say about the construction of either item. I cut the smallest size for the top, but wearing it and looking at the photos now, I think I need to lower the under bust seam by a few inches.
The skirt is pretty much a pleated rectangle skirt, but has a slight tulip shape.
Other than that, we had great fun meandering through the streets and feeling like we’d earned the chocolate and waffles at every corner!
I’m sure you’ll see these 2 items popping up in Me Made May – watch out for this weeks update over the weekend!