Cleo’s been on my radar for a little while and it’s easy to see why it’s been so popular with sewing bloggers across the world. The Tilly and the Buttons pinafore is perfect for weekend adventures and times where you want to feel comfy yet look great!
Oh By Hand London, your patterns have stolen my heart once again. I rediscovered this gem of a dress over the festive period and forgot how much I loved it (and how I’d forgotten to blog about it).
What couldn’t I love about this pattern? It’s made from a Liberty print fabric (same as here in fact, if you’re wondering), it has a well-fitted bodice, a high neckline AND a circle skirt. It’s even lined in a beautiful muslin type fabric from Cloth House.
I’ve professed how much I love the Tilly and the Buttons Delphine skirt pattern time and time again and have made quite a few variations. The latest, a plain denim number, has already seen me through many cold mornings in London, coupled with my new Clarks boots for the frosty weather.
It has taken me a really long time to make up this dress. I think I had all the fabrics and the pattern through before Christmas and only made it last week. Once again, the lovely Lisa at White Tree Fabrics let me choose which pattern I wanted to make and supplied me with the main fabric and the beautiful lace for the yoke.