Sew Happy Color Round-up
If you are a part of the Instagram sewing community, it is highly likely that you participated or saw others participate in the #sewhappycolor challenge hosted by @Katiekortmanart in March. You can search for the very vibrant #sewhappycolor hashtag on Instagram. I learned so much about color theory during this challenge. Today, I am rounding up all the me-mades I wore during this challenge!
OUTFIT 1: The Melilot Shirt by Deer & Doe Patterns, hacked into a dress using African print I bought in Ghana
OUTFIT 2: The Pinnacle Top by Papercut Patterns using Viscose Noil from Blackbird Fabrics; The Fern Shorts by Afternoon Patterns using African print I bought in Ghana
OUTFIT 4: Butterick 6244 cascading coat by McCalls Pattern Company using viscose wool from Blackbird Fabrics; Thrifted polka dot dress
OUTFIT 6: The Negroni Shirt by Colette Patterns using a thrifted linen blend fabric.
OUTFIT 7: The Sade Blouse from the Breaking the Pattern book by Named Clothing using pale blue linen from Blackbird Fabrics and sheer floral fabric from Fabricland Canada.
Katie did an awesome job explaining color theory during this week and I think the information is still available in her highlights on IG. It gave me a chance to pair some garments I had never even thought of pairing together. I hope this challenge will happen again next year.