Dear readers, it’s been a while since you have heard from me on here. Those of you that follow me via Instagram might have already seen that I published a new pattern right before my absence. When I tried to publish the new pattern also on the blog, nothing was working technically anymore. It took quite some time to solve this problem. Additionaly, the closure of DaWanda stressed me out and there was lot to do at work. At that time I was so ready for some vacation that I finally took an unplanned time-out from the blog and social media. Two very lovely messages via Instagram this week were finally the kick that I needed to restart this blog. My new shop on Etsy has also been finally filled with my patterns and so it is high time that I introduce my latest sewing pattern to you.
Just as its forerunners the new pattern has also received a French name and has been named after the French town Falaise in the Département Calvados. Fittingly I have styled my Falaise dress made from thin denim fabric in a way French way with the help of a Dior silk scarf (from a French fleamarket) and a straw bag (from a French market). The photos were however still taken in Berlin on a bridge close to the infamous Maybachufer. Today’s outfit has to me also a sixties vibe due to the oversized sunglasses and the a-line of the dress.
Dress: me-made Pattern Falaise from Sewionista Patterns
Silk scarf as headband: Dior (Vintage)
Sunglasses: Tommy Hilfiger
Bracelet: H & M
Straw bag: French Market
Nailpolish: Essie “Chubby Cheeks”
In addition to the dress, the pattern contains a blouse version. I hope that you like my new sewing pattern and as always I’m happy, if you are sharing your works with the hashtags #falaiseblouse or #falaisedress & #sewionistapatterns. Happy sewing!