MCBN Project for December (Sponsored Post)


It’s been a few years now that I started my own sewing tradition. Easy year I make a garment for myself using Christmas themed fabric. This year, while planing my MCBN project for December I wanted to include my Christmas make. I know I picked a safe one this year, but I ended up making a few Christmas themed items as well this year when I tested some fabric for MinervaCrafts here is the link to that post.

Now I am so ready for the Holiday season. I can wear my little red top if I want to be subtle about the Christmas reference.

Sewing Summary:
For more details and pictures please follow the link – here – to my post of the MinervaCrafts Blogger Network.

Pattern: Sirius by I AM patterns

Fabric: 1.5mt broadcloth and 0.5 m of organza

Notions: 1 button (I used 2)

Sewing time: in total approx 3.5h (including tracing the pattern)

 

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

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