What a wonderful week!
This year I participated in One Week One Pattern (#OWOP2014) which was facilitated by the lovely Jane from Handmade Jane. If you go to the comments on this page you can see what some of the other sewcialists on the inter webs were up to this week.
I will keep it short and sweet. Here are the pictures from Day 1 – Day 7. A special thank you to all my photographers who may have thought I was a little loopy, but assisted me in my quest to document my dress for the week. (I got some very funny looks from colleagues with the photo’s taken in front of the lifts… Really they should have known it was just me being me!).
This is of course, none other than the Anna dress, pattern from By Hand London. Fabric is a mixture of Liberty, Vintage from A Piece of Cloth, and designer ends from Tessuti.
A big thank you to everyone who also followed my antics on Instagram. It was really lovely to see everyone else’s projects through the lens of the camera/iPhone.
I think I could have gone further, and kept it going for another couple of days, but I got stuck into making knickers and forgot about everything else.
I love all your Annas dress !
Thank you! It is my favourite pattern, and always a fallback when I have special fabric.
What a gorgeous collection! They all look so different. Well done on a beautiful week of OWOP.
Thank you! I really enjoyed the week, and I love that my wardrobe is full of pretty dresses.
You are such an inspiration! I wish I could sew fabulous fashion. I fear I have a melt down whenever I get my machine out. It must need a service… there is clearly something wrong with it’s bobbin, or something. I keep putting it off, but then see your amazing images on IG and here and swoon and wish to make my own! You’re such a clever lady!!
What an absolutely gorgeous collection of Anna dresses!, and they all look so different I love this pattern too, so it’s nice to see so many at once, my favourite is also the vintage Anna! x
Thank you Jane! x
What a great collection! I love the photo of you and your boys. You’re so talented Pips – keep inspiring us!