First of all, I finished the corduroy pinafore dress:
I know it will be a great addition to my autumn/winter wardrobe. The pattern is the same as I used for the denim dress back in August - an old pattern I made back in the 90s.
My grandad was right when he used to say "keep a thing for 7 years - or in this case 20+ years - and you're bound to find a use for it!"
I then made a couple of blouses from my favouritest (!!) blouse pattern:
This one is in a cotton fabric which is made to look like linen. It has the look of linen without the crushable nature of linen.
I love the wee flower buttons!
This one is a flowery cotton. I love it!
I also made a black top but, for some reason, I haven't got a photo of it. I'll try and take one next time we get a day when it's bright enough to take photos. Autumn has well and truly arrived in my wee part of Scotland. Last week, it still felt like summer. This week, the coats have been dug out and I've even been thinking of digging out some gloves! Aaaargh!!