Hi there,

I recently visited the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences , The Powerhouse Museum in Sydney. I love this museum but I came on this visit for just one collection the Collette Dinnigan exhibit titled “Unlaced”.The link to the website is here.

Here are my pictures an incredibly  wonderful experience :

If you ever get the chance I thoroughly recommend seeing this it is wonderful.

I have also been sewing up a storm but unfortunately not had time to blog.

I recently made a top that is a little transeasonal it is a Marcy Tilton again. I just love the shapes in her patterns. This V9057 has been on my UFO pile to make for a while and I love it .



Fabric for the body of the top was this patterned jersey.

Fabric for the body

Fabric for the body

The fabric for the sleeve and neck edge is this striped stretch slightly more of a cotton feel but works well.



Sleeve fabric

Sleeve fabric

The process of making this top is quite simple I made in this instance view D. However I didn’t follow the instructions in terms of fabric combinations I like to make my own choices part of the pleasure of making clothes for myself.

I found the most challenging aspect of this was matching stripes and zigzags. A lot of basting was used for accuracy and I am thrilled with the end result.

This will be a pattern I will use a lot it is not tricky has lots of scope for self expression and is easy to wear a definite winner in my opinion. I love wearing this garment.

Basting to ensure accuracyIt was a pleasure to make .MT top seam

View of basted seam

View of basted seam

Attaching the neck band.

Attaching the neck band.

Stitching the neckline

Stitching the neckline

MT top back

Mt top 3

This is really going to get loads of wear when it gets cooler but I will make some summer tops with this pattern soon.

Mt top frontMt top VMt top vest

These pictures feature the vest I made recently you can find it here

I hope you are having a great time with your sewing.

Talk soon,

Sue 🙂

About suebsewbyme

Australian fabric fanatic who loves to sew and create interesting garments . Creativity is my mantra.
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