Selfish Sewing WIP | Infinity Sweater

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The fall weather is slowly creeping in and it’s time for me to shed the easy skirts, pull out the leggings and a few sweaters.  However, this year I really wanted to give my wardrobe a quick refresh and thought it was time for some selfish sewing!

Since a few of the patterns included in the Sew Fab Pattern Bundle Sale were calling me, like this amazing Infinity Sweater by One Girl Circus, I thought it was time to get stitching!

Selfish Sewing | Infinity Sweater from One Girl Circus on The Sewing Loft

I printed out the pattern, grabbed my trusty tape gun and made quick work of putting this pattern together.  Once taped and ready to go, I dove straight into my fabric stash, grabbed my sewing weights and it was game on!  Since the hems on this pattern are all left raw, I was able to have it cut, stitched and finished in no time flat!

Selfish Sewing WIP

 

My selfish sewing WIP. Infinity Sweater from One Girl Circus

The one sewing tip I would recommend is tucking in those serger tails. Not only did this pattern cut out in a jiffy with the and it was so easy to whip together!

Don't forget to tuck your tail in when using the serger. Quick Tip from The Sewing Loft

A few other patterns from the bundle package that are on my hit list are:

I have been inspired to take time for selfish sewing with the Sew Fab Pattern Bundle.

Convertible Clutch from LBG Studio  | Notebook Slipcover from Gingercake

 Pajama Eaters from Sew Fearless

(Okay, so the pajama eaters are not for me and could not be considered selfish sewing but I thought they could be a cute holiday gift for my nephew. I’m trying to get ahead here.)

Want your own Infinity Sweater and Sew Fab e-Pattern Bundle?  You can grab it here for a limited time only.

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Comments

  1. Congrats to Heather, big numbers, but big thihgs have occured. Love the sweater, but I am not putting my easy to get on skirts, I just made a few more because they were so comfy, I will just add leggings.

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