Comin' Home's .... Top Ten Picks for Easy Summer Clothes!

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Comin' Home's .... Top Ten Picks for Easy Summer Clothes!

  Rebekah's Favorite Dress
Simplicity 4224 the first two are Not so Easy Patterns..but we loved them!!  

 2906 Trumpet or Straight Skirt..great for cottons and cotton mixes.

Donna's Favorite Sunday Dress
Simplicity 5189 6 dresses made easy
Long  and Short Flared Skirt - Georgette and knits
Butterick 9 Sew Fast and Easy 5431

Tiered Skirts
Simplicity It's So Easy 4131
Eyelet  Kimono Top and Jacket
Simplicity Easy-to-Sew 3760 On my wish list to sew..

Cute Baby Doll Tops
Simplicity 6 made easy 2931

Long Slightly Flared Skirt for Crepe and Georgette fabric
Simplicity 6 made easy 7655  Long Flared Skirt, elastic waist.

Stylish Knit Tops or for stretchy gauze material
Simplicity 6 made easy 3790

Learning to Sew:   I love teaching sewing and wish I could do that for you all. That would be a novel idea this summer...on my sewing blog, I could post a tutorial for how to sew a simple skirt...sounds like a lot of pictures. :o)

Shannon, I bought some of the fabric on clearance last spring. The guaze fall fabric I bought 70% off at JoAnns when it went out of business in Conroe. Huntsville's Wal-mart has the best $1.00 a yard fabric.  And the gorgeous black floral print was ONE DOLLAR a yard at our local Hobby-Lobby.

We habitually check the clearance shelves at all our local stores. I just bought TEN yards of plaid to re-do the colors in my sewing room at FIFTY CENTS a YARD!! from Hancock's clearnance! And I got heavy cream tapestry fabric -yards of at it $2.00 a yard to make slip covers for the office chairs in the sewing room.

You have to hit the clearance shelves. Rebekah and I do it every time. We won't buy it if it's not on clearance.  She bought gorgeous black with turquoise stripes suit fabric for $1.00 a yard and is making a very sleek and chic suit from it. :o)

You just have to switch from clearance shopping for fabric. Stores: JoAnns, Hancocks, Wal-Mart, and Hobby-Lobby..and the thrift stores too! They always have fabric in our Angelic Resale bin. Or use old clothes..for the fabric!


Anonymous said...

Looks like you and I have some of the same taste in clothing. What I wouldn't give to be able to sit with you and create! If my sewing machine ever gets here I'll keep these patterns in mind.

“Old World Goodies” said...

these look great .....souds easy too....
I quilt but would like to do some clothings too, would you recomment a sewing class 101 or just try my luck ...?

Room for More said...

This is a GREAT list. Now will you give us the heads up when one of the fabric/craft stores has these on sale?? ; )

Anonymous said...

These patterns are so pretty Donna. I have tried the skirt patterns, but not the blouses or dresses.

I think you have given me an idea to share the patterns that I use on my blog...ummmm!

Thank you dear friend for sharing,


Denise said...

LUV the patterns, esp. the last two tunic styles!! Thanks for sharing such summery goodness! The HEAT is on:)

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