My latest project is a bit more time consuming, but I have been chugging along with it and enjoying the process. The Sewing Workshop's Liberty Shirt requires precise sewing. Plus, I added pattern matching across the front. It's an extra touch I've added on most of the tops I've made over the past couple of years. The difficulty depends on the fabric but is not hard on a stable cotton like this one.
This toile is a fun one that I discovered at a Material Girls session recently. We meet at Ann Silva's Bernina, which also sells a pretty good assortment of quilting cottons, of which this is one. It's an Alexander Henry fabric named "Midnight Pastoral", and that's where the twist comes in. It's a fairly classic toile, until you get up close...
Can you see it yet?
Because I love Halloween and Dia de los Muertos, it's a wonderful choice.
I made this pretty much as before, including a self drafted collar vs. the curved bias one that the pattern has. It's almost done. I just need to make buttonholes and sew on some buttons, but I have to decide what buttons and switch machines first.