Cynthia Rowley Separates for MCBN (sponsored post)


I thought it was about time to start using my patterns from Cynthia Rowley in collaboration with Simplicity. So for my July project for MCBN I made some separates.

On purpose, I chose fabrics that were different for the blouse and skirt. I plan on wearing them separately as well as together.

Sewing Summary:
Pattern: Simplicity 1105 from Cynthia Rowley collection
Fabric: for the top: 1 m JohnKaldor floral print cotton sateen and for the skirt: 1 m stretch18 wale cotton needlecord
Notions: 9-inch invisible zipper (I used a longer one than the instructions call for, which is 7”)
Sewing time: in total approx 4-5h (including tracing the pattern, not
including the toile for the top)

For more detail and picture please the link below to my post on MinervaCrafts blog:

https://www.minervacrafts.com/blogger-network/post/-cynthia-rowley-separates

Disclaimer: I was sent the fabric free of charge in exchange for a review. The opinions in the review are my own and not influenced in any way by MinervaCrafts and/or the manufacturer.

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