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Sunday, November 30, 2014

BACK IN THE SADDLE!

Yee haw! We finished moving everything back where it belongs and I got to return to my studio. FINALLY. 

I had two projects that have been in process since we started our renovations, and I finally got to finish them.

First up, another pair of Marcy Tilton pants, V8929, which I've made several times before...this pair is out of a lovely "French 'faded scroll' printed stretch denim - gray"  from Emma One Sock...

This pattern has become my favorite pull on pant and goes together quickly. The 
OTHER  new things I am wearing are my Superga Silver Sneakers...


Such fun!

Next, I made a jacket from V8620, an OOP Marcy Tilton pattern that I made
here and here.






I lengthened the jacket by about 10 inches. I love the collar on this jacket and can't wait to wear it!

I'm going over to Not Dead Yet Style Visible Monday where there is a sign up
for a Karina Dress give-away. Thanks, Patti! Come on over, sign up for the give-away, and marvel at the Visible Women!

TTYL!

25 comments:

  1. Wonderful, rich fabrics, Margy. I also love the collar on your new jacket - that open style is my favorite. Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday! xo

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  2. Oh wow! I love that baroque velvet flocket jacket, just lovely. Nice pants too. And I now desperately need a pair of silver superga shoes too. I have a gold pair (very similar) that I think goes with just about everything ;-)

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  3. Very nice pants and jacket. Both look great on you!
    It's good to see the jacket lengthened. I've got the pattern but never made it. Now I know it will look good if I lengthen it to fit me.

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  4. I love your flocked denim jacket. It's very good in this longer length.

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  5. Love that Marcy Tilton jacket in the longer length. Great fabric choices also. I found the pattern on Etsy and I will be making this soon.

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    1. I love this jacket in a longer length too....makes me want to re-make it a la Margy. Love this rendition! I always wanted to make it in a cozy sweater knit too. You are always an inspiration and I miss seeing you.

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  6. Love the jacket! I have some flocked print knit fabric purchased in Turkey - did not have an idea what to make - it just "grabbed me". Thanks for the iinspiration!

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  7. Very stylish! And the shoes are perfect :)

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  8. This is a cheeky, yet sincere request: I would love to hear how you came upon your style because it is so honed, with every piece you see being well curated - something I would love to be able to emulate! Rachel ☺ p.s congratulations on surviving renovations with your sanity intact!

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  9. So glad you're back in the studio whipping up your usual casual-chic garments! Why is it that so many of the Tiltons' jackets look even better when made longer? I've done that a time or two myself.

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  10. i just love your style. Your pieces are always so well put together. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  11. Oh I just love the flocked denim you used for the MT jacket! Just awesome!

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  12. Beautiful and stylish as always my dear!

    xo
    Tamera

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  13. Love your baroque jacket, very glamorous and immaculate. You look amazing!

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  14. The baroque jacket is a piece of art and looks incredible on you. Happy to hear that you're back in the studio, post renovation.

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  15. Everything is fabulous, but then, it always is :)

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  16. Can I come live in your sewing room?

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  17. Welcome back ... good to be home in the studio, we can see! Very cool outfits, and your silver sneaks are subtle glam, just delicious. Such a good idea to make a long jacket in that shape and fabric ... very romantic. You inspire so many of us to make these deceptively simple leaps that yield such original results! Thanks again!

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  18. Great outfits! Any chance you'd share the finished renovation with us? I'd love to see the changes!! :)

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  19. I was inspired by your review of this pattern to search it out - have some jacquard I'd like to use. You are a very beautiful model for your lovely jacket

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  20. Wow, you're awesome! Great pieces!
    OXOX
    Dawn Lucy
    http://fashionshouldbefun.blogspot.com

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