Tuesday, September 30, 2008

October pumpkin

October is here! And while I am enjoying glorious (warm) spring weather, I am thinking about Halloween, 'Fall' and pumpkins .... Well, it's no wonder with this top being one of my latest creations!

Yes, the picture is very bad, but I'm afraid it was the best out of very bad lot!! I made this using a 1976 Simplicity dress pattern and a thrifted old bed sheet (Bec, I actually bought the pattern from the Dorrigo 'Vinnies'!). The tie was a necessary inclusion to prevent me appearing to have the shape of a pumpkin, as well as the colour! And despite it reminding me of a Halloween costume, I rather like it!

This Sunday morning, I will be at the Blackwood St (Jan Power's) Markets in Mitchelton - if you're in the area, drop in and say hello!

Enjoy October, whether it's autumn or spring!


Hey Harriet said...

Hey that's sweet. A bed sheet? I would never have guessed! Have a great day at the markets on Sunday. Take lots of photos! If I'm in the area I will certainly drop in & say hello. Hopefully you'll be wearing your halloween costume so I can easily spot you :)

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Hot Fudge said...

Just as well we only have white sheets in the house, otherwise I'd be ripping into them turning out delightful classics like yours! It's gorgeous.

And lots of luck at the markets this Sunday - please take lots of photos.

Little Mary Moo said...

The top is just lovely. I really like the neckline and how it sits. I hope Sunday at the markets goes well.

Em said...

I love the top it is very cool.. Is this your first time back to the blackwood street markets in a while? Best of luck and let us know how you go

shells said...

That's a cute top!
I'm loving this october weather - I hope it's a good day on sunday for the markets for you! I would come and visit, but I live over southside and I'm too lazy to get myself over to Mitchelton!

Victoria said...

Wow, I think it looks great! I never would have guessed it was a bed sheet in its former life!

Bird Bath said...

great work on the top!I think yellow is also very much a spring colour. Hope the markets are a success.