Since I am impossibly far behind, I'm going to post all of these Luna creations in one post. This is yet another pattern from Violette Field Threads. I couldn't wait for it to go on sale, so I bought the pattern back in October for full price. I think I got my money's worth out of it anyway! I love this pattern so much! Its so cute, quick, and easy. I had to stop myself from making Lunas because I was going a little crazy, making a whole bunch of them! This pattern is so versatile, I love all of the different looks I can get. I also love the Luna is because it doesn't require a ton of fabric, and its great for mixing and matching fabric as well:
My very first Luna! I bought the fabric at Walmart. I chose it because it is vibrant and is a great fall color scheme.
I had this orange and brown fabric in my stash forever! I made this one for my niece.
I made this shirt from leftover material from a dress I made my niece a few months back. It wasn't enough fabric (not enough width), but even with it not being as full as the pattern called for, I think it looks darling!
Ooh, how I love how this one turned out! I made it from my old maternity jeans that were all stretched out at waist.
A sweet dress, made from thrifted fabric and trim. I used some fat quarters I got at Walmart for the bodice and pockets.
A Christmas-y shirt I made for my niece. All from thrifted fabric and trim! I wove red ribbon into the trim, and it took much longer than expected because it kept twisting. I love the way it turned out! I didn't have enough fabric for pockets, but I think it looks adorable without.