Here are just a few of the gorgeous creations that have been shared on Instagram.
Wilma made this incredible McCalls 7433 using the Cloud 9 double gauze fabric from the January box. She used a contrast fabric on the collar and it looks stunning.
Wilma also used both the pattern and fabric that came in her February Luxury box to make a stunning Juliette Blouse from Simple Sew in the beautiful Art Gallery Fabrics voile. I absolutely love those sleeves!
Joann used her Cloud 9 double gauze to make the Gather Buchanan Dressing Gown pattern that came with the January ‘Netflix and Sew’ box. She used a silky lining fabric from Guthrie and Ghani for the contrast trim which is a gorgeous two-toned fabric.
Julie used the brushed cotton from her January Classic Box to make this lovely Mia dress from her copy of Craft Network Magazine. It certainly does look cosy!
Nicola used her January Classic Box fabric to make the Rosa Shirt from Tilly and the Buttons. The fit looks spot on, gorgeous!
Harriet used her red star print poplin from the November Christmas Box to make this festive circle skirt, great swishability with this one!
The boxes also include a selection of fat quarters which can be used for so many things. Arancha used hers to make a waistband facing for her skirt.
Julie was on a roll using the goodies from her December ‘Walking in a Winter Wonderland’ Classic Box. As well as making two tops from her main fabric she used her fat quarters to make this gorgeous table runner.
I always let out a little squeal of excitement whenever I see something that has been made using the contents of the boxes. I’d love to make this a regular feature on the blog, so if you’d like your pictures to be included please post them to my Facebook page or share them on Instagram with the hashtag #sewhayleyjane makes. The brighter and more clear the pictures are the better so everyone can see your amazing creations perfectly!
Thank you so much for sharing all of these with me, I can’t wait to see more, especially as we head into Spring.