...with my green toes! I got my second ever pedicure yesterday after work, and to follow the summer 2011 trend, I went with a bold, non-conventional color. China Glaze's Four Leaf Clover. I kind of love it. What do you think, too much?
Below is a long-awaited photo of the first shirt I ever made: the Amy Butler Anna Tunic. To new apparel seamstresses, I would not recommend sewing a shirt for your first project; I kind of had a tiny meltdown, which included H. telling me that I turned into an R. monster. I would not recommend trying an Amy Butler pattern for your first piece of homesewn clothing either. While they have a very professional and finished look, I got really frustrated by my amateurness and not knowing exactly how to do everything the pattern asked me to do. The instructions were very thorough, but as my second apparel project, I did not enjoy making it, which defeats the purpose in my opinion. However, I learned a lot on this project and I do love wearing it!
The red fabric used for the brooch matches the fabric-covered buttons
on the back of the blouse, my favorite part of the shirt.
Also, check out this sweet link for 52 free dress patterns!