Cherry season and some pattern testing

It’s cherry time at our place. Our tree keeps on giving and giving. This was tonight’s haul. You can’t really tell from the photograph, but this bowl is a massive caterer’s bowl. I think I’ll be handing out cherries to everyone I see for the next week or so!

cherriesDespite my best neglect, the garden is holding itself together.

sweet pea

raspberries boysenberries blackberriesWe have raspberries, boysenberries and blackberries on their way.

I’ve been sewing a bit this week too.

bodice shirred dress coral long coral shirred dressKristie at Boo! Designs put out a call for people to re-test her new and improved shirred dress pattern. As a part of the testing process, I received a free copy of the new pattern (which is due for release in the next week or so).

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I have enjoyed sewing this pattern. Elena loves it too.

It can be fiddly convincing your machine to shirr. I was worried because Brother sewing machines are notorious for problematic shirring. Luckily enough for me, my machine was compliant and I didn’t have too many problems.

boo shirred back view flutters tunic lengthSo far I’ve sewn the tunic and dress variations, with flutter and fixed straps.

boo shirred dress lined fluttersThere’s not a lot to say – an easy sew with great results! If I do say so myself. Apologies for the photo overload…

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1 Response to Cherry season and some pattern testing

  1. adaisygarden says:

    Wow, all those cherries! What a treat! The dress and top are so cute!

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