No, this is not all the t-shirts. Some are in the wash (a teal U-neck and a creme coloured kimono tee) and a one is not yet hemmed (a long sleeved burgundy and a creme 3/4 sleeved U-neck), but yeah – these are the t-shirts for my autumn wardrobe that I’ve been making this past week. These should be enough for the next couple of months, I think. Here are my Birgitte Tees:
The trousers worn with the blue t-shirt is one of the first prototypes of my next pattern – for wide legged trousers.
I have enjoyed my first week as my own boss – and it is quite fun to work at the fabric store as well- I enjoy meeting the customers and advising them. But I’m oh so tired when I get home. And hungry!
This week will bring a couple of days in the fabric store, a bit of drafting and sewing at home, spending time in the hospital while my mother is having a hip surgery and on Friday morning I will be going to the European PatternReview Week-end 2012 in Barcelona, Spain! I’ve never been to Barcelona before, so any tips on where to eat and what to see, will be more than welcome!
All the t-shirts have been fitted to me using the methods I describe in the fitting series – but as I look at the pictures I can tell that I’ve lost some weight and need to adjust the patterns again. Some of them are quite big… Well. It’ll have to wait. I might be a little fed up with sewing t-shirts now. On to other projects!
Have you made any basic tops for autumn? I’d love to see them, so tell me where I can find a photo:-)
P.S. There’s still time to enter the Fabric Give-Away (I’ll draw the winners when I get back from Barcelona)