An eye-catcher is a person or thing that attracts the attention
The online sewing community is very visual. A lot of images are published on social media and on blogs. So, every day I see a lot of sewing related images and some of them are eye-catchers for me. Why? Because they make me think, they give me inspiration. That is why I want to share these eye-catchers with you.
Follow below what caught my eye this week:
Split sleeves in a blouse
On Craftsy Beth Galvin wrote a very do-able tutorial to transform almost any sleeve in a split-sleeve. I really think it is worth a try to spice up an ordinary top.
Wow! Look at these pants Lori made. I really love a pinstripe and I love cropped pants. That makes this combination very inspiring.
The mcCall’s 7153 is a reissued pattern from 1933—from the Archive Collection— and I think the design of it is striking. Also, I adore that Annie used stripes, that really gives it an original touch.
Thanks to @sewinglovelythings I caught this amazing coat this week. The Riga coat is a rather new pattern from Orageuse. I just fell for the clean lines and that it closes solely with a belt.
Trudi proves again what difference fabric can make to an already great pattern. This is simply gorgeous. No more words needed!
And, did anything caught your eye this week?