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It's a ruffle kinda of season :Vogue 9243

Guys have you ever started a project, and were quite excited to make the garment, but halfway through finishing, you suddenly lose interest? Well, that was my story. I have never been so ready to call a garment done in my life,lol.


This pattern is seriously not hard at all, technique wise, that is. I mean, once you get over having to hem those four flounces if you do the view that I made, which is view F. However,  I'm just kinda of meh about this project. I  think because I loved McCall's 7542 so much, and was hoping the same for this top too, but nope!



 The neckline on this one is enormously large! I didn't catch this when I tissue fitted the pattern, but I have been more diligent in exercising and eating better, so I don't know; maybe I lost a few pounds, which could have caused the neckline to be large. However, if you look closely at the model on the cover, it looks to be a little large on the model's neckline as well, so something to note.



 Let's get …

Brittany J. Jones Front Zip Pencil Skirt Tutorial: Review

I'm sure you've heard of Brittany J. Jones by now, and if you haven't, then what are you waiting for. Brittany is awesome! Brittany, makes the most amazing clothing and also shares her wealth of knowledge on her YouTube channel.



   Brittany, reached out to me and asked if I would kindly review her zipper front skirt tutorial and of course, I was all in. I first saw the sneak peak over on her Instagram page, and thought the skirt was hott! Recently, I have been seeing tons of zipper front skirts while out browsing the malls, but what's so cool is that Brittany walks you step-by-step in making your very own zipper front skirt.



 What I love about Brittany's tutorials are they are geared towards everyone from the beginner to the advanced. Brittany's tutorials are very well done, easy to interpret and the visuals are equally clear and concise.  

 This skirt took me a little over an hour to complete. I didn't have the recommended pattern that accompanies th…