A 6th pair of Ottobre no. 14 Loose Fit Casual Pants. What can I say.... this is a good pattern for me!
here. Pair no. 2 is here, no. 3 here, no. 4 here and no. 5 here. This particular pair is made of Waverly Inspiration Duck fabric purchased at my local Wal-Mart for $3.97/yard. I think I purchased 2 yards. In-seam pockets made of self-fabric. This fabric wasn't too thick, so I wasn't worried about pocket bulkiness.
Rustic Cuff bracelet just as I began this new project. How did he know it would be red?! Anyway, this is an early Mother's Day gift that I love. Rustic Cuff bracelets are made in Tulsa, Oklahoma with their own personal inspiring story to share. What is meaningful to me, is that my mother was born and raised in Sapulpa, Oklahoma and her great-grandparents were part of Oklahoma's historical landrush. With beloved family members still living in that area of Oklahoma, this bracelet is a tangible reminder of my family and my roots. The amount of inventory at Rustic Cuffs is startling and their cuffs/bracelets are meant to be layered and 'stacked'..... so this is my humble beginning. :)
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Happy Sewing Everyone!
What a pretty, summer outfit. I always shy away from bright colored pants, but seeing your lovely red pants, I wonder if I'll get brave enough to try something other than beige, black or navy blue!?ReplyDelete
Very pretty outfit, Lisa. Red suits you so well and it's such a happy colour.ReplyDelete
Yes, you definitely need one pair in linen! The pants are very flattering and fit you very well! Also red looks so great on you, totally your color! I think you focused on your legs in that one shot, which is fine, because the pants are in the focus :-)ReplyDelete
Have a great day Lisa!
Lovely summer outfit, and I think you have made these just a bit shorter than your cooler weather pairs, which works well for warm weather pants - and allows those lovely shoes to show. What a nice gift - yes, family roots - very important and how nice of your husband to think of these. Mine are so far away and lost in the mists of another land, which makes me sad.ReplyDelete
Such a pretty, summery outfit! It's great that you have a TNT pants pattern.ReplyDelete
Beautiful, summery and happy outfit! You look great in red :)ReplyDelete
What a lovely outfit. I am so jealous of the colours and variety of fabric you have available in the US. The colours really suit you. Lovely gift too.ReplyDelete