First is Butterick 5753. I made letter D:
It was super easy and only takes like a yard of fabric. Here it is:
I like this top because it can work for both hot and cold temps. The sleeve hems are a little funky but I hope no one notices.
Here's a close up of the fabric (kind of tiger stripes?):
Next, I made McCall's 6161:
Dubbed a 1 hour dress, it was a breeze to put together. Now I don't do separate cowls, so I attached a cowl like collar to the dress (I do this all the time. Why won't pattern makers get the hint?) It sits a little weird because of this but I think it's okay.
It's not a very shapely dress but I can't wait to pair it with some leggins and boots and winter it up a bit. I just adore this fabric. It's also surprisingly warm and beyond comfortable which was lucky for 200¥/meter.
Anyway, that's all for today. I'll have another knit for you another time (soon) and I may just sneak back to the fabric store and get some more fabric.