I made Annabel some new pants recently. (Because she just keeps growing this little girl.) They're the Quick Change Trousers from Anna Maria's Handmade Beginnings. Yes, I know. I am a broken record about these pants. But they're really that good. It's all that reversible, roll-up cuff goodness.
(All of these prints were buried deep within my fabric shelves and I've forgotten where they came from, with the exception of the yellow, which is from Lotta Jansdotter.)
These are my favorite...vintage wool plaid. I would very much like to enlarge them to fit me - with an equally wide cuff that's showing a red floral print too. Yes, please. And I would wear them to the ski lodge too, just like her. Because why not? (Her sweater is this one.)
I've got sewing on the brain right now in a big way. Some new fabric loveliness coming into my studio is certainly fueling the fire. In the top photograph, some Echino and Anna Maria Horner (in velveteen!), and below, a fun selection from Stitch by Betz White (organic! for Robert Kaufman).
Yes, I think this is precisely how I shall sail right on through the month of February - with fabric in my hands.
And you? What are you making these days?