Thursday, May 12, 2016

More Me Made May

Hello, I have been posting each day on instagram (craftyNHmom) and it's time to do a little round up here. The weather has been getting warmer each day this week, but earlier in the week I was absolutely freezing in my outfits while taking a photo. I did at least get to wear a few warmer dresses I made this winter, so that was good!

Lola Dress by Victory Patterns made with french terry. I embroidered the back. I've made 3 Lolas so far. Very cozy.

Good old green dress. This is one of my standard throw-ons. It's like wearing pajamas.

Another Coco Dress. This time embellished with a Celtic triskele. I'm on an embroidery kick.

 Colette Macaron Dress. I made this about 2 years ago and I still love it.

 Sweatshirt hoodie, Deborah by Mamu Designs. I just couldn't get warm that day!!

 Wiggle Dress from Gertie's first book, still a favorite! I wore this out on Mother's Day. I even got to go fabric shopping at Pintuck and Purl in Exeter, NH. I'll definitely be going back there!! They stocked a ton of my favorite paper patterns and some really beautiful apparel fabrics.

Jamie Dress (Sis Boom), my first sleeveless day of the season! Yay!!
Hanging out with my best friend, Angus.

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Day 1 - Me Made May 2016

Starting out with a blurry indoor photo today, taken by my teenager. I hope to soon set up my tripod so I don't have to involve anyone else in taking my photos. 
Since last year I have replaced my camera. I dropped my Canon 60D on vacation and replaced it with a 70D. My goal is to get better at using my settings and lenses to get crisper photos.

Today I'm wearing my gray ponte knit Moneta Dress and Astoria Sweater, both patterns by Colette. The sweater is made from sweater knit from JoAnn fabrics, it is really warm and actually has fleece on the back.

Here is a close up of the embroidered sleeve. 
This embroidery design is part of the Elven Court pack at Urban Threads. This was done on my new Pfaff. More about my the new machine later! That should be a whole post on it's own. I have a lot of catching up to do here on the blog!!