An eye-catcher is a person or a thing that attracts the attention
The online sewing community is very visual. So, every day I see heaps of sewing related images on social media and blogs. Some of them catch my eye because they make me think or they give me inspiration. Here, I want to share these eye-catchers with you.
Follow below what caught my eye the last week:
The trench coat of Maria
I have a love-hate relationship with trench coats. I love wearing them but the RTW-ones I bought in the past all had some fitting issues. So far I didn’t think about sewing one myself but when I saw this beautiful trench coat of Maria I might give it a go. On her Instagram feed she didn’t mention the pattern she used. Maybe she drafted it herself? Look also at the fabulous embroidery she put on the back of the coat.
The Fenway bra from Orange Lingerie
I mentioned it before: making my own bra is on my sewing wish list for a long time. Again—when I saw this amazing make by Jennifer —I said to myself: “Wis, what are you waiting for?!”.
The Wanted-T-shirt from Vanessa Pouzet
This is the third version of the Wanted-T-shirt Annika made. Also in a plain colour and with short sleeves, this t-shirt is an eye-catcher. The design of the neckline is dazzling.
The Highlands Wrap Dress from Indiesew
Amber from @soisewedthis made a stunning version of the Highlands Wrap dress, a new pattern from Indiesew. I love her choice of fabric for this perfect Summer dress.
Rachel’s Astoria Top
Rachel from @shesewsvintage brought the Astoria from Seamwork again to my attention. This is also a pattern that I want to sew for so long. I love her fabric choice. It gives this top a real vintage vibe.
Did anything catch your eye this week?
4 thoughts on “Eye-catchers #9”
What a great post! Thanks so much for including my Fenway make and I agree- time for you to make a bra!
Thanks, Jennifer! Your bra(s) are so beautiful. I know, I just have to start but there are so many things on my sewing list and so little time.That is a lame excuse, I know 😉
Great post Wis, you always see such great makes, that i miss, so thank you for sharing. I think I need a Wanted tee in my wardrobe! xx
Thanks for reading Suzy. I thought, after featuring the Wanted tee twice as an eye-catcher, that I couldn’t wait any longer with sewing one for myself. It is a great pattern but I have to do some alterations on the sleeves. But time is lacking at the moment.