Vogue 1515

Hi everyone,

I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and enjoyed the festive season.

Here in Australia it is Summer and incredibly hot . This pattern another by Sandra Betzina is a winner. I am really becoming a fan she makes really fun and comfortable patterns that are great to wear and I love all the tips she gives in the instructions.

This pattern is for a top and skirt. The top has an interesting high neckline, it is sleeveless and has a high low hem.

The skirt has an interesting design line and pocket.

sbtopskirt

I decided as I am apt to do to not use a knit fabric as suggested, there are instructions and  pattern info for using woven fabrics so not super radical.

I made the skirt in this fabric :sbskirt A sheer crinkle crepe.

I underlined it in a sheer black polyester. I did put the piping in but then removed it it was too heavy in the fabric.

Then I used the top pattern to make three of them,( you know me it is a great shape I love an interesting neckline and sleeveless so couldn’t resist).

Fabrics are,

1. Embroidered organza in black underlined in black silk satin.(The silk satin was a long sleeved top that I no longer wore so I cut it up.)

SBtopt.jpg

2. A satin polyester fabric with a painterly grey print.

SBtopta1.jpg

 

 

 

3. Is a Cotton Voile printed in shades of grey.

SBtop2.jpg

 

 

The garments came together quite quickly,SBtopskirt1.jpg

The organza top and the skirt.

SB top.JPGsb Top side.JPGSBtop2front.JPGSBtop2back.JPG

SBtop3front.JPGSBtop3 back.JPG I don’t know if you can tell from these pictures but the tops are all slightly different lengths. The cotton one is the shortest as I followed my standard bodice adjustment with this one and reduced the pattern by 4cm.The black  one is slightly longer as I thought it looked better with the skirt and the satin top is longest as it is the length of the pattern with no adjustment. I love all three of these tops and the skirt is a joy to wear.

Since I have the pictures up I must also give you the scoop on my linen pants.

I made the Tessuti Robbie pant  and absolutely love them .tessuti pant.JPG

I made one pair in a linen I had in my stash that I had dyed black it is not a heavy weight so lovely to wear in warm weather and I bought the gorgeous electric blue linen from Tessuti to make the blue ones. I am living in these at the moment and have another cut out to make . If you are a fan of linen pants these are great.

 

Until Next time,

Happy Sewing 🙂

Sue

 

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About suebsewbyme

Australian fabric fanatic who loves to sew and create interesting garments . Creativity is my mantra.
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2 Responses to Vogue 1515

  1. deedleandthread2013 says:

    Thanks for this post. I now want to try out both Vogue 1515 and the Tessuti Robbi pants. All of your garments look great!

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