Walking on Air: 8 Breezy New Patterns
"This shirt" is sewn with jersey in a playful print that is extra charming with its casings along the sleeves and at the empire waist. This is a great style worn with jeans, as well.
"Sweatshirts" can also be incredibly feminine is proven by this off-the-shoulder style featuring a sewn-on floral appliqué. Of course, you can also stitch a design of your own for an extra personal touch.
"This jersey shirt" with the contrast bodice and cropped sleeves is a perfect choice for beginning sewists. You can, of course, also choose to make an unadorned version in full jersey.
A nod to the nostalgic "country blouse" : and especially when sewn as we have here with cotton lace or eyelet fabric. The neckline band finishes the bodice gathers beautifully and sweet bows decorate at the sleeve cuffs.
A classic shirting fabric gets a makeover look on an "ultra-feminine blouse" : silhouette. Overcut shoulders and billowing sleeves combine the best of both in a fresh look.
"This flowing silk top" : has a soft feel against the skin. Mini pleats in the back add a touch of extra swing and the topstitched lace trim is a wonderfully romantic touch.
In the fashion of a denim "skirt" , though with a softened floral fabric for a ladylike twirl. The high waistband is very shaping.
The cut says "First Lady" and the print says total romantic – and both are so great as a combination. A graphic floral print fabric is just right for "this jacket" :. The style is very flattering with a bateau neckline, decorative flaps along the waist and eye-catching buttons.
"This shirt" dress flows beautifully around the figure with every step. A lace trim and elaborate covered buttons add to the appeal. You can choose to accent at the waist with a self-fabric belt using leftover fabric.