This time, I would like to make myself an Ottobre wardrobe, including some pieces I've been wanting to make for years! I do have some fabric to work with, but it's fabric I still like, which is important, and I know more about how to buy fabric that I will continue to like, whether or not I use it immediately. No more dull clearance fabric for me!!
So here's the plan:
I might make an extra pair of pants or two if they fit well (and if I stay focused!!)
Here's the breakdown, using Ottobre's numbering system, and the order of my sketches:
#18-A sundress with an A-line skirt from a tan print with bold flowers
#7-A maxi-sundress with gathered tiers from a light sea-green eyelet linen
#8-A short-sleeved knit jacket from a brown lightweight knit with a nice drape
#15-A pin-tucked shirt - fabric TBA
#14-Pants with elastic in the back - would like a black or tan/khaki/lt. brown linen
#19-A rayon top from a purple border printOttobre 2/2013
#2-A dressy tee that sits on the hip - from a solid knitOttobre 5/2007
#13-A dressy tee with an asymmetrical drape feature - from a print knit with a nice drape
#20-Dressy trousers - from sateen
#3-An A-line skirt - from a bottomweight printHere are the fabrics I have so far!