I’ve been meaning to sew with a plan for a while now… That is stop buying random fabric (let’s say “limit” instead :p) and start thinking about what I’d like to wear. The plan is to create a capsule wardrobe, like a mini collection that would suit you. By chance, as I was browsing sewing blogs last night, there it was: the 7th edition of the Stitcher’s Guild SWAP challenge. It’s 11 garments with 3 options available. Here is an extract from the rules:

Option #1:
6 tops – t-shirts, shirts, blouses, or camisoles
4 bottoms – jeans, pants, shorts, skirts or kilts.
1 your choice (not an accesory)

Option #2:
2 dresses -single pieces consisting of top and bottom that can be worn alone.
6 tops – t-shirts, shirts, blouses, or camisoles
2 bottoms – jeans, pants, shorts, skirts or kilts.
1 your choice (not an accesory)

Option #3:
5 dresses -single pieces consisting of top and bottom that can be worn alone.
4 tops – t-shirts, shirts, blouses, or camisoles
1 bottom – jeans, pants, shorts, skirt or kilt.
1 your choice (not an accesory)

2 garments may be purchased or previously sewn.
1 may be knitted or crocheted.

1 will be a matched print or stripe.
1 will feature embroidery, beads or sashiko
1 will have buttons as the star feature OR use unusual or alternative closure(s).

more info here

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