A look back on 2014 Top 5 hits!

So there is this thing called the Top 5 of 2014 series by CraftingaRainbowΒ calledΒ Top 5 Hits: What have you worn or loved the most?

Though I have only been sewing seriously since around April this year, my fledgling makes are very few, and yet I do feel like of the things I have made so far , here are my Top 5.

1. Moneta

My Moneta is the most worn of my makes. Making it was ok until I got to the clear elastic shirring! That put me off making it again (until I tried it again but using braided normal elastic and it was easy!) I need to lengthen the bodice by about an inch though. I love it and plan on making more. I have made a christmas Moneta in green velvet and its lush (will blog soon).

Collette Moneta v1
Collette Moneta v1

2. My winter Giselle. This was easy to make without any fastenings. The belts mean you can have a quick fitted look. Its very comfortable and goes well with boots!

Winter Giselle by Kate and Rose
Winter Giselle by Kate and Rose

3. My M6844 peplum cardigan. Stylish and swishy this gets worn a lot! With jeans, skirts, anything does really.

M6844 Peplum cardigan
M6844 Peplum cardigan

4. My Carme blouse. I love this so! Because I loved making it. Its a great pattern with an excellent video sew along.

Yeah!
Yeah!

5. My Marion Cardgan. Many mistakes and lessons learnt but this cardie has been worn on most days as the weather has gotten colder. It washes well and that’s fantastic for me!

Marion Cardigan by Andie Sutterland
Marion Cardigan by Andie Sutterland

That’s all for now! Back soon with my top 5 misses.
Hila
Hila

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