Hello, Sewcialists! Since it’s almost time for #sewbluefebruary (are you excited? I am!), it’s time to take care of some unfinished business and show off all of the dressy goodness made in December!
(Click on the picture to link through to the sewist’s blog or their original post in the Flickr group.)
We’ll start with this gorgeous By Hand London Anna dress by Tabatha. Check out the print matching!
Wendy went for copper and mint for this fancy little number…
…and also a cozy-looking Peony dress. I’ll definitely have to try to find some close-ups of this fabric, because it looks gorgeous!
We have a grunge-style Sureau by Erin.
Barbara went for a cheery green solid. The styling on the mannequin really makes me wish for spring to hurry up and get here! (Ok, I live in the US, aka the New Arctic, and we all want spring to hurry up and get here by now, right? But still.)
Here’s a few more for your viewing pleasure.
And that’s it! It was fun getting to browse through all of these pretty dresses. I’m looking forward to seeing what blue goodies everyone comes up with next! (And thanks for letting me write this roundup, Gillian!)
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