As soon as I get done sewing these two shirts for my partner, I'm going to sew the first piece in my fall wardrobe. It's a jumper style dress and I got the fabric for it a few days ago. I liked the gray but it was just too thin for the pattern. So I went with the deep maroon or burgundy with a little more weight to it. I also saw two more fabrics there I want. One is a t-shirt weight gray with black stars and the other is some dark pink corduroy. But I'm short on cash thanks to my business license being due Oct. 10. That one sure snuck up on me. So unless I sell something on Etsy or book a reading or something, purchasing more fabric will have to wait. If I can make the dress in the 7 days that my boyfriend is at Great Western War I'll feel pretty darn excited. The pattern says its a 'one hour' pattern. That must be sewing time. Cutting out the shirt took me an hour, so the dress is going to take at least 30 minutes just to cut it all out.
I purposely picked a pattern that was plain so I can wear many accessories with it.