You may recall that I decided to join the Autumn 6-pack on Stitcher's Guild. Most of us tweak the plan to suit our needs and my planned version of the 6-pack was actually 7 pieces: 3 bottoms, 3 tops, and a jacket that would go with everything.
I was making great progress, initially. My color palette was inspired by a beautiful piece of wool I purchased from Emma One Sock. This striped woven wool contains several shades of blue, plus grey, and cream and almost looks like a knitted fair isle.
I got stuck on the jacket. I "auditioned" a jacket pattern - McCalls 6294. I liked the jacket, but decided I didn't want to use my special wool for that pattern. I spent countless evenings making plans for the fabric, but I could not settle on a pattern.
What I did make, starting from the upper left and going clockwise:
- Periwinkle blue rayon jacquard Liberty top (Sewing Workshop pattern, fabric from FabricMart).
- Navy blue rayon lycra jersey Teagarden T (Sewing Workshop pattern, fabric from Emma One Sock).
- Aforementioned McCalls jacket - the version I auditioned. (Yes, it goes with the other pieces, colorwise, but this was my test version.)
- Midnight blue Marcy Tilton pants (Vogue pattern, fabric from Emma One Sock).
- Charcoal no-wale corduroy Linda pants (Style Arc pattern, fabric from Fashion Fabrics Club.
- Cream pinwale corduroys (Jalie pattern, fabric from FabricMart).
It's all good, though. I will get lots of wear out of the pieces I did finish. And I still have the gorgeous piece of wool. :)