Meet Chef Evelyn!
To date, I have completed one sewing project with my machine. It was a pillowcase dress I made for Evelyn and it was fairly amateur. I went back and fixed the neckline and attached the belt so it is in much more flattering on her now than the below photo. She has yet to wear it though--I kept forgetting it at home.
Wow, that fabric is vibrant! I think we were in desperate need of some summer vibes that day.
Evelyn loves craft time. Unfortunately that means rummaging through my stuff. At least she ignored the scissors and other generally sharp, pokey items.
I was lucky I had all of the items on hand so this made for a pretty quick project, barring the few mistakes I made like the bias tape not quite getting attached along the entire hemline or the bobbin running out of thread. They were all fairly painless fixes. I have to say though thank goodness for seam rippers.
|She's set! Seven layer bars anyone? (I prefer mine without the nuts, so it's really only six layers I guess).|
***Itching to make an apron for your babe? Here's an simple tutorial to try.***