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Who’d of thought one of life’s enjoyments (Blogging) can get so easily pushed, swept and pretty much banished, when  the great old life itself takes over!

There’s has been lots of sewing during my latest abstinence… but not a lot of photo taking, which really tends to hold the whole blogging process up.

So without further adieu and pardon me please – I’m going to cheat a little and cram in a collective trio of makes, so a longer post than perhaps it should be. After completing my first Made-Me-May, it revealed a distinct lack gapping hole in the trouser depo! Why?… I have know idea, so the task was set to plug the said gaps and giving me reasons to be cheerful…

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First up, these funky palazzo pants in a great geometric design made from cotton viscose bought last year sometime; the colours were a little different for me too.. The kids were all ” Errr mum, have you turned all hippy or somethink!” Pattern choice was McCalls 6965  previously made the shorts last year here and from these, I knew that the crotch would need to be lowered a little, (approx 1cm) call me fussy but it just takes out the feeling of a cheese-wire constantly been pulled up through your butt!  At least I found that out on the shorts- these pants eat up a whooping 3 meters of fabric!

They feel lovely and swooshy to wear especially on the odd few summer days (lots of humid ones..cheers) that have been bestowed on us here in England, for keeping cool.

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The top, the simplest, yet most effective tank pattern ever, adapted from a pattern I can’t recall right now but have used it so much now I really need to make a block pattern for keepers – I bought a length of this weird slashed stretchy floral, but when I really looked at it – well you couldn’t imagine a whole item in it ..that would be crazy

 

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