“And we know [with great confidence] that God [who is deeply concerned about us] causes all things to work together [as a plan] for good for those who love God, to those who are called according to His plan and purpose.” Romans 8:28 (amp)
Good Day Lovelies!
I hope everyone is doing so well! This weeks post is a result of some sudden yet unexpected blunders on my part. I was planning on giving you all Look #1 of the Summer Sew Easy Series. Complete with a diagram tutorial on my first make. When a few things happened.
Blunder #1 I left the power cord to my mac book at the coffee shop last week Wednesday and didn’t notice it missing until Saturday and after calling the coffeeshop. They said they didn’t have it. (so sad right…?)
Blunder #2 I had to order a new one on Monday morning and lucky for me I was able to pick it up at my local Best Buy on Tuesday only to come home and find out that I bought the wrong cord. So I went back and very happily exchanged it for the right one later that afternoon. Which leads me to….
Blunder #3 where it is Wednesday (blog posting day) and I realized that because I had already made and photographed my project I still had time to post only to arrive at the coffeshop ready to work on creating the PDF diagram tutorial and I forgot my mouse and mouse pad at home. Which I absolutely need to illustrate in Adobe Illustrator.
So this is probably where I…. at any other moment in my life, would have shut down the computer and cried or walked away and ate a bag of salty chips. lol! (the struggle is real). But God has been doing such a wonderful thing in my life lately. And that is…. He’s been helping me to shift my perspective. While yes…..! I was feeling a little frustrated and yes! I did shed a tear or two yesterday about the power cord issue. I decided who cares if it doesn’t work out the way you want it too..?! What is the solution? and keep going.
So here is my solution to this week’s post. I am sharing with you all today Look #1 and the tutorial i’ll share tomorrow. And I am totally smiling as I type this. Its all good!
This week’s post is inspired by this 1940’s wrap top that I’ve seen on Pinterest for a few years now and i’ve always wanted to give it a try and liked the idea of making it for this series. Its suuuper duuuuper easy to make and only really requires 1 yard of fabric for the average s-xl sized woman. If you are plus sized you will probably need more yardage.
I used a border printed stretch cotton panel that I purchased in Chicago last summer. The fabric looked like it was printed with the idea of using it to make a gathered short skirt or tunic top. Neither of which appealed to me. I just really liked the print so much that I bought some.
I styled it kind of 90’s inspired with a denim skirt that I thrifted from the Goodwill last summer and yellow block heeled sandals and my favorite craft inspired (but store bought) statement necklace. Its an easy summer outfit that I plan on wearing often. The shirt is super comfy to wear and In addition to a skirt I could see it paired with shorts, wide leg jeans or palazzo pants, even as a swimsuit cover-up could be nice. Below are a few pictures. I even put together a collage of photos demonstrating how to tie it on.
Well that’s all for now. Thanks for reading. Until next time…..