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Friday, November 8, 2013

Make A Garment A Month, November plan..

Hello lovelies...
Today post is a very quick update of my November sewing plan for make a garment a month challenge hosted by Sarah Liz. I have chosen my fabrics and pattern. It will be a long sleeves shirt with two color combination, both of the fabrics are knit cotton - deep purple color and grey printed with purple leaves.
For the pattern, I chose Burdastyle pattern - Paneled Jersey Shirt 10/2013. The instructions said that I should use jersey knit fabric only, but I think my fabric choice will be good to make the shirt too. We will see... Wish me a good luck!

my fabrics for the shirt

the pattern - image source from burdastyle.com
Wishing you all a lovely Friday!

18 comments:

  1. Love those colours and I can't wait to see how it turns out. Are you placing the print on the outside? Or centre panel?

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    1. Hi Belinda! I love those colors too very much. I am placing the print fabric on the center panel :)
      Happy sewing and wish you a lovely weekend!

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    2. Thanks, you too. I have 2 new dresses to put up on flickr next week. I was wondering, how long does fabric need to be in the stash for it to qualify as a stash bust? I've been thinking about this a lot lately because I rarely buy fabric for a special purpose. I just buy when I see fabric I like, so does that mean I'm always topping up my stash?

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    3. Ohh... I can not wait to see your two new dresses :) I am sure they both are pretty :)
      In my opinion and some people agree with me, I will call the fabric stash when I buy the fabric without any special purpose and stay inside stash box minimum 3 months.
      And you are not alone, I am trying to control my self from buying new fabrics but I can not. So, my stashes are growing and some of the fabrics are in the bottom line for more than three years. That's scary!

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  2. Hana, I love your fabrics.. This will be a really cute top.. Can't wait to see it..Happy sewing.

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    1. Hi Judy, hopefully the shirt will turn out cute :) I am starting to work with the shirt now. Can not wait to finish it and wearing it :)
      Happy sewing for you too!

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  3. OMG! Love those fabrics! Lovely colors, looking forward ...

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    1. Hi Rosy! I love those fabrics too, I love purple! I will try to finish the shirt during weekend :)
      Happy sewing!

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  4. Luscious colours. Can't wait to see the shirt.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comment KathyS :)

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  5. I definetely love the fabrics - the colours! The pattern.. a little less. Still I am curious the final result. Success!

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    1. Hi Beata.. Oh yes, the fabrics and the colours are pretty. I like the pattern, it's very simple, cute and perfect for daily wear.
      You can wait for the final result, I will post it as soon as I finished :)
      Have a nice weekend!

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  6. Pretty pretty fabrics!! Good luck won't be needed I'm sure!

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    1. That's very nice of you to say! Thank you Margo :-)

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  7. Looking forward to seeing your finished top. Love the colors esp since purple is one of my favorite colors.

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    1. Thanks for your lovely comments Farhana :-)

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  8. Hi Hana, I've been away for a few days, so have just got to your post. The fabrics are gorgeous, and I think they will work well for the top. And stash does grow and grow - the more you try and stop, the more it grows :)

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    1. Hi Liz, glad that you are back. I hope you had a lovely time with your family. I have done my top yesterday and I'll post it here after I take pictures. And you are right, the more I try and stop built up my stash, the more it grows. Hehehe....

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