Here's a peek of what is inside this issue. This is probably my favorite. I love the curved piecing and the pocket openings are darling. I'm thinking about what fabrics I could use for this one:
This one is adorable too. I already know what colors I'm going to do mine in - a deep teal, a light aqua and a cream. Doesn't that sound delicious?
These two look like the same dress with different sleeves and neckline options. Just a very nice basic dress that can show off some pretty fabric easily.
These are some nice active wear/ leisure wear patterns:
And for those who like more fitted options, these look like some great building blocks for a work wardrobe.
And there are more! Here are the line drawings from this issue:
I made about 10 items from the Spring issue and hope that I can do so with this issue as well. What I did to motivate myself was I printed out these line drawings, and then cut snips of fabric from my stash and taped it next to the illustration that I thought would work best with it. Then I just went one by one until I had all 10 items sewn.
If you'd like to order this copy, you can do so here. We will mail them to customers as soon as our shipment arrives!
Also, I wanted to encourage anyone that is looking for a sewing challenge to enter the Fabric Mart Fashionista Challenge 3. I participated last year, and it was lots of fun and definitely challenging. It's starting soon, so check out the link and see if you'd like to be a contestant.
What do you think of this issue? Any else as excited as I am?