Summer 2015

I've got another lovely bunch of photos to share with you this week of all the awesome things you have been making with our fabrics and patterns!

Bridey made this lovely simple top from my book Learn to Sew with Lauren using our Atelier Brunette Fabric and added some very neat pin tucks (see my tutorial here of how to do that too) and with the off cuts made a lovely necklace - what a great idea!

Also from the Learn to Sew book Gaelle made this cute Pick Your Pockets Skirt using this Anna Maria Horner Fabric - awesome colour!

@blushing_unseen made these brilliant PJ shorts. Love the contrast panel at the bottom!

Holly made this great tote shopping bag using some of our sturdy Clarke and Clarke upholstery fabric.

And after coming along to an envelope cushion cover workshop, Shelby made another one to make a matching pair!

Morgan from Thread Theory made this lovely 'Have it Your Way Dress' - love the colours in that. You can find out more about her make on her blog.

Charlie made this really pretty Yoke Top too. The trim in the seam line looks gorgeous!

After coming along to the Simple Sleeveless Top workshop (all the way from Northern Ireland!) Hannah and her Mum finished off this pair of gorgeous floral tops with contrast binding! Excellent work ladies!

How amazing and colourful is this quilt made by Julia using the pattern from Learn to Sew?! I want one too!

Rebecca made these fab Tania Culottes using some of our floral viscose. Viscose works really well with this pattern. I've got a pair of spotty ones I made a few years ago that are worn out now I've had them on so many times!

Tatiana made this cool button back blouse using some of our lipstick poly-spandex fabric.

Els made a lovely Meghan Dress from Tillys Book, Love at First Stitch, using some of our super soft aqua florals jersey.

And there have been lots of lovely Bettine's popping up! Including this one from Emily in our stamped hearts viscose and Anneli who made one using our Blue Illusion Fabric - looks brillinat!

Zoe made this lovely Emery Dress using our Tribal Print Fabric.

Talking of pretty dresses how beautiful is this 50's style made by Emily?! She used the our popular Sunday Clippings Fabric.

Finally @rockingstitch made this amazing Colette Macaroon Dress using some of our daisy tulle and pansy cotton lawn - excellent combo!

Thanks so much for sharing everyone! It's always such a pleasure to see what you have been making! Keep sharing by tagging me @guthrie-ghani on Twitter or Instagram, posting on Facebook or sending an email to [email protected]

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