Ah-maz-ing...a finished object post. I sewed up the museum tunic during the summer holidays but only just managed to photograph it this week. As soon as I saw the Anna Maria Horner voile in the parcel Jessica sent me, I knew I wanted to make this tunic. It is the simplest top to construct, just four rectangles and a piece of elastic in the front. The instructions are on the Anna Maria Horner website here, though she makes it as a dress. (I hope this link works as my computer seems to freeze evertime I go onto the AMH site).
I have been wearing the top loads since making it and deriving a lot of pleasure in wearing it. The fabric is so lovely and drapey that it makes the simple top hang well. Thank you Jessica. A plus point for speedy sewing is the square print which gives you an almost idiot proof cutting and sewing line!
This week the only FO here is this hairband for Little I to wear to school. She chose the fabric combination, I assembled it while Rocket Girl was trapped, imprisoned, sitting in her high chair eating rice cakes.
Thank you for the teddy comments.
Below is a teddy in progress shot, knitting in the car waiting outside school. This teddy will have pink trousers and a red jumper, and grey body/head.