So as promised, I am sharing with you my New York City fabric scores. In no particular order, here goes:
Everything is silk unless otherwise noted.
I am thinking of turning the blue lace into a self-draft pencil skirt. I have my own sloper with my measurements, which will make it easy for me to make into a pencil skirt.
This is some kind of light weight cotton with interesting a leaf details. Not really sure what I should make with this. Thought? This could be an Anna, maybe?
I really love this fabric. I am pretty sure this should be a long sleeve blouse.
This fabric is the fabric that was going to replace the specific fabric I was looking for, so now it can be anything.
So this fabric, I did not actually get in NYC but I got it on my return back to San Diego, from my friend who I ended up Loft/Pet-sitting for the day I got back into town. It’s only a yard, so I might make it into a lining for a bag or something. What should I do with it?
Okay, now for the main event. So a while back I saw somewhere this blouse that had this flying bird design. I searched high and low for the fabric. No luck. I even seen the shirt from RTW stores floating around the real world. In NYC, while I was in one of the stores looking for this fabric, the one girl helping had the print I wanted. She said she got it from H&M or Forever 21. I gave her mad side-eye when she was not looking (she was helping us btw, had to be polite). So yeah, this is the lovely fabric that I ended up buying.
Sure this fabric is sheer, but come on. Too Yummy to care
Now, it is time to share with you the fabric that I fell in love with at first sight.
Isn’t it just gorgeous? Don’t you want to wrap yourself in it. I want to wrap myself in it everyday.
Someone ask if I am making dress, but if I make it into a dress I can’t wear it everyday. So I am thinking of making a hoodie or perhaps a pullover sweater. Not sure what will be better. Hoodie or Sweater?