I usually do not make blouses, shirts whatever, I am not very good at those, but I see this fabric that I got for a very, very good sale some years back just sitting on the shelf and then I see a nice sleeveless pullover tank/tunic style shirt in a catalog and think “can I make this” it wouldn’t be a big waste of money if it didn’t turn out because I could then cut it up into patchwork – right LOL – first I will look today to see if I can find a pattern something like it today before I see if I can just start to cut – wish me luck! I don’t do buttonholes – never turn out – this has to be a pull over the head style! Obviously from the photo I would need to make the neckline wider front and back to have it pull over the head. This is just cotton fabric not a knit. I have made clothes in the past just not much in recent years. I need a really simple pattern.
Progress the last several nights on Wagon’s West – when I roll it down and start on the next area up to the sashing it will be just about to the half way on this quilt – the sashing at the top of this row of blocks is the half way!! I am linking to Bit’s n Bobs today a link from the other side of the world. Also linking to MCM#26 and to Em’s Scrapbag . Here is another link up that some of you might like Podunk Pretties and Love Laugh Quilt and Patchwork Times and Tweety Loves Quilting (a totally new to me blog). You might wonder why all the link ups – I like linking up – you can find more blogs to read that might be of interest to you and also new readers find you.
This is the area to be worked on last night before I sat down to quilt.
A stack of half square triangles to be pressed and squared up today for Butterfly Parade.