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Now that my Freaky Feb. project is complete I am on to March Moreish sewing, which is sewing more of a certain pattern, fabric, tops, skirts, etc.  My  more is going to be tops/blouses/tunics.

So I am going to make the following two items soon.  One is this McCall's pattern I just purchased last week
M7284
I love the fabric the model is wearing and hopefully can find something in a border print as lovely as this.  For now I will use fabric I purchased from EOS in March 2014. A lovely lightweight viscose cotton fabric.  I think it will result in the same drapery look as I see with the models version.


I saw Lori's top on her blog Girls in the Garden and liked how hers looked.  I plan to make the same one that the model is wearing on the envelope cover.  Though I won't be using a a contrast fabric for the yoke at the center front and shoulders, unless I find something in my stash between now and the time I cut and sew the pattern. Somewhat doubtful I will.

The other pattern I plan to sew is one I have sewn before using lovely fabric from Sew Much Fabric and Mood for the solid black.


Fabric Mart-2015

For the contrast piece I plan to use this Aztec print fabric included in the Girl Charlee's January Knit Fix to go with this Fabric Mart solid.  Unless I find something different in my stash.  I was not all that crazy over the selections included in the knit fix but this one has the blue color throughout the print making it a little more appealing.
Thanks for stopping by and updates to follow.

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  1. I loved Lori's tunic & can't wait to see yours 😍

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  2. I am looking forward to seeing your tunic. The fabric is beautiful!

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  3. I like the name "March Moreish". This is the time of year when it is difficult to decide what to sew. The weather is warm one day and freezing cold the next. I love the floral EOS fabric you plan to use for the one top. So pretty and it makes me think of spring.

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    1. Thanks Audrey! Yes the weather has been very odd. Monday will be in the 70's and Tuesday back down to upper 50's here in Roanoke.

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