Merchant and Mills Saltmarsh Skirt + Tilly Walnes Frankie Tee

Merchant and Mills Saltmarsh Skirt

Day 9 of Me Made May and the sun is out so beachy prints are go!  This is the 3rd Saltmarsh Skirt I’ve made, lovely lovely pattern to sew.  I love the nice deep pockets too.

I like the casual elegance of this below the knee skirt, and the fabric, oooh the fabric!  Its a viscose, possibly ex-designer, from Fabric Godmother.

I don’t think it is really well suited to a skirt, it isn’t terribly hard wearing and it doesn’t like wooden chairs.  It is ideal for blouses, but I thought the shade of pink might not suit my face.  Its starting to show wear and tear at the back so I will just have to stand up or only sit on bean bags from now on.

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I love these metal eyelets!!!  Lots of fun, playing with hardware.  I used recycled t shirt yarn for the drawstring.

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The t-shirt was really nice to sew, very easy, nothing to report here.  Apart from how nice it is to wear and that I will be making many more!

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Details for sewing types

My measurements – height 5’6″, bust 37″, waist 29″, hips 39″

T Shirt

Pattern: Tilly Walnes Frankie T shirt from the book “Stretch”, size 4

Fabric: 100% cotton jersey – forgotten where from, sorry, was so long ago.

Skirt

Pattern – Saltmarsh skirt, size 10, shortened to just below knee – Merchant and Mills Workbook

Fabric – viscose from Fabric Godmother

 

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