Monday, 18 January 2016

More Camber Set Makes

I have made it before I will make it again!
I have become a little more obsessed with the Camber set from  Merchant and Mills.
The first, that you can see below, I made for a really good friend of mine, who wanted it made from 'Fringe Flower' in clementine by Michael Miller. She is little bit of 60's chick and I think its great, I hope she likes it! the fabric is available here
 Another friend, who is also the best dog walker in the world, chose the blue seersucker with anchors for a seaside feel. I can see here walking her dog along the beach in this. The seersucker is a wide fabric so even though it is more expensive you do not need as much to make the dress. Find all the details by clicking
You may have seen before the one I made for  myself using the pink with skulls seersucker. It is still going strong and during these chilly times I am wearing with a long sleeve tight white T Shirt underneath.
If you would like to make one, you can buy the pattern  link. Please let me know if you do as I would love to join in or be nosey about your make. I have two more people to make for and I don't know what fabrics I will use yet...what about you?
Happy sewing !

1 comment:

  1. This tickles me! I'm sure I've said this before but I've BEEN to Camber - my husband's father lived there and we visited his wife in 2011. Apparently the beach was also used by Monty Python quite regularly for filming. And another connection, I have a piece of the MM Fringe Flower in my stash too. Just a half a yard, but it is seriously cool, innit!