Strange weekend

It was suppose to be a sewing weekend… I have not too many sewing plans but one – go further with my French jacket.

Seeing all fabulous creations on blogs I just want to sew!

After being sick for few weeks and away for my work I cannot get back to my routine… the short, grey days are not helping at all 😦

I am making small things to keep me in some mood but it is not what I would like to be doing.

I have finished the next hat for my mother… she likes – fortunately, as this one is made from the fabric she bought for it.

Modest hat made of wool bland made-to-order bespoke couture by Red Point TailorModest hat made of wool bland made-to-order bespoke couture by Red Point TailorModest hat made of wool bland made-to-order bespoke couture by Red Point TailorModest hat made of wool bland made-to-order bespoke couture by Red Point TailorModest hat made of wool bland made-to-order bespoke couture by Red Point Tailor

I have remade the mustard yellow jersey top… no new pictures yet.

Mustard yellow jersey top made-to-order bespoke couture by Red Point Tailor

And I pinned the French jacket pattern pieces to cotton batiste underlining.
YES! At least I started Glimlach

Working on a French jacket - pinning the pattern pieces to cotton batiste underlining

I decided to underlined this first jacket with batiste. I will make darts in underlining and ease (shrink) fashion fabric. I have only tomorrow to prepare the underlining as on Tuesday I am leaving again away for my work – almost the whole week away.

I hope to have time to read a book, follow bloggers and watch Craftsy classes.

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8 thoughts on “Strange weekend

  1. Yea! You’ve started on the jacket. Well done.

    I love the hats. In fact you have inspired me to try some on my own. I found a vintage pattern and now to have the time to try it. I may have to take a break from my own French jacket.

    I’m glad you are feeling better.

    1. Yes, in the end. And as today morning I had issue to start my car – while waiting for a car service I transferred patterns onto batiste. Next step – fashion fabric…
      I love hats and now I am making one for myself. I am curious this vintage pattern you mentioned. I have few vintage as well … I hope to see one hat on your blog soon 🙂

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