I know that Oona/Marcy inspires ALL of us and I’m sharing some Oonapalooza! makes from the Flickr group today that prove it. Don’t forget that the deadline to post your images is 01st August. Tag/label your pics with #Oonapalooza! and make sure to allow sharing so we can post them here for all to see.
Kelly from http://www.cutcutsew.com made a stunning multi-coloured Oonapalooza! Bombshell swimsuit.
Debbie from lilysageandco.blogspot.com submitted her third Oonapalooza! make to the group (!), cotton voile wrap pants.
Sharon from http://sewingdiet.blogspot.ca/ made a glamorous maxi dress in a funky butterfly print.
Amy from http://sewamysew.com/ made a dress in an orange Nani Iro double gauze & paired it with purple tights (oh yes), plus Capital Chic’s Manhattan in a gold metallic lurex.
Jenny from http://cashmerette.blogspot.co.uk made a Cashmerette X Oona wrap dress & got some awesome alleyway photography.
Rachel from http://houseofpinheiro.blogspot.co.uk/ made a beautiful colourful combo. Do I spy another Nettie:)?
Lauren from http://www.ladysewalot.blogspot.co.uk made an adorable skirt with fabric from Tanzania.
Inge from http://ingemaakt.com/ made a sexy bright floral pencil skirt.
Becky from http://sew-and-so.blogspot.co.uk/ made SELF-DRAFTED shiny skinny jeans (plus they have a suns and stars print on the inside).
Penny from http://pennylibrarian.wordpress.com/ used a multicolour mosaic print, and she made some good poses in it too.
Gemma from http://silkpinsandstrawberries.wordpress.com/ made a gorgeous floral dress.
Anneke from http://www.annettetirette.com made a self-drafted dress in rayon challis and stretch lace. Love that pose (and that location too).
Deborah from http://dfabricate.blogspot.co.uk made an adorable purple zigzag Cami dress.
P.S. if your picture isn’t here then it was probably set as unavailable for sharing.
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