Thursday, 19 May 2016

Spotty Viscose Sew Over it Silk Cami

Morning lovely people.

Another finished make today - and another Sew Over It Silk Cami. This time in a spotty Viscose I got from the Birmingham Rag Market for £1m (bargain).


Not much more to add in terms of making it up as I didn't change anything from the last grey version. Although this one was much more difficult to sew up, as it was just so slippery, so I don't think the finish is quite as good as on the grey version. But hey-ho, as I keep reminding myself,  no one else will notice the imperfections but me!



Given that most of my skirts / trousers (bar jeans) are patterned, this won't necessarily go with quite as much in my wardrobe but I love the pattern nonetheless. Plus, I'm planning to rectify that with some plain fabric makes:
A navy Sew Over It Tulip Skirt;
a black TATB Delphine skirt; and
some pink Ultimate Trousers - As I'm all about the trousers at the moment.


I have to say I am loving this simple silk cami top at the moment as they're perfect for the (hopefully) warmer weather, but they can also be layered up with a cardi in cooler weather (like today).


I've even bought some pretty white embroidered cotton lawn from Croft Mill to make another version.

1 comment:

  1. Very pretty - and the fabric is definitely a bargain! I like it pared with the pink cardi, really makes the dots pop 😍

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