Mad about Plaid). Also having a very low supply of plaid made me consider the different ways I could create my own plaid fabric. As I used the colors to create a plaid design, before I knew it my mouth started to water. All the different colored squares reminded me of Starburst. And the design was relocated back to candy inspired (Starburst Original mixed with Starburst Baja).
Sew Ready to Play and was itching to test out my most recent pattern design before I potentially blew time consuming, custom made fabric and a really great opportunity. So here is my Starburst high-low style dress and a slight taste to next week's guest post. This pattern will also be available soon on our website for sale.
Winston and I got to work creating Starburst inspired fabric, I found myself unsatisfied with the results. The orange was too red and I hated the striped look of red/orange and turquoise/yellow. I was ready to scrap the project and forget about sewing along in PR&P all together (this is the first week I started sewing on because it was supposed to be the most complicated). Being the supportive sister that she is, Scary ran to Walmart and got a couple fat quarters of a more vibrant orange so that I wouldn't walk away.
set pattern (which I usually love), I went for the random approach. This was a lot of fun. I made Starburst fabric that I actually love and was true to how you get the candy in the packages of 2, unexpected combos.
Triangles Sweater. It was incredible and so exciting to learn a way to turn dark things light. Since then I've been itching to try, but until recently hadn't made the budget to buy it and none of the local craft stores have it. I ended up buying it for a pretty good price on Amazon.
Fishstick's Downtown V-neck Pattern, only I had to modify the directions by facing the neckline instead of using a contrasted band because my contrasted fabric (yay for upcycling) didn't have enough stretch to make it around.