Your Makes Vol 3
It's been a while since I did a round up of the fabulous things you've been making using the goodies from your SewHayleyJane boxes.
There have been so many awesome garments and accessories being posted to the Facebook group and on Instagram in the #sewhayleyjanemakes hashtag. I've just picked a few to show you here, but keep on posting those gorgeous pictures, I absolutely love seeing them!
From the latest "Summer Garden Party" box, Michelle used the gorgeous Georgette to make a SewOverIt kimono top, and within days of receiving her box Alyson had whipped up this cute backpack using her fat quarters.
From June's "Anchors Away" box, Sarah has made this lovely shirt dress using McCall's M6696. I love the pleat detail on the skirt to give it it's fullness.
Also from June's box Wilma used the lovely hacci knit from Girl Charlee to make a Blackwood Cardigan from Helen's Closet to go with her Luna pants.
I introduced Harriet last week who will be writing for the blog once a month. I sent her the June box to review and she put it to great use, making a Marigold Jumpsuit from Tilly and The Buttons. She even wore this when she spent a day doing work experience at TATB HQ!
Next up we have a couple of makes from May's "Animal Magic" box, Wilma used her Art Gallery Fabric to make her entry for the #sewtogetherforsummer challenge. The McCall's M6696 seems to be a popular pattern amongst the SewHayleyJane subscribers!
Vickie used the swallow print poplin to make herself a Rosie dress from Cotton and Chalk patterns. This is the first thing she has made for herself and it looks fantastic on her.
Jenni used the fabric from her "Spring To Life" March box to make herself a fabulous graduation outfit. She used the Sew Over It Florence pattern that she received in an issue of Simply Sewing magazine. Congratulations Jenni!
I am so impressed with Joann who made this Anna Sui Vogue V1104 Cami hack using just one meter of fabric! You can read more about it on Joann's blog A Meter Of.
Arancha used the super soft double gauze from Cloud 9 that she received all the way back in January to make this fabulous dress. She is part of the Laura Sanner team so was closely involved in the production of the Salt and Pepper dress.
Nicole managed to get two tops out of the georgette from April's "French Fancies" medium box. A Sew Over It Kimono and a Cami top from one of the Great British Sewing Bee's books. She's still got just under a meter left and is considering making a headband from it.
Thank you so much to everyone for posting pictures of your fabulous makes! It really does make me so happy.
If you'd like to be featured on the blog with one of your creations make sure to load them to Instagram using the hashtag #sewhayleyjanemakes, post them to the Facebook page or you can even email them to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please make sure your photos are bright and clear so that everyone can be inspired by your makes.