Me Made May 2019 Review

Monday, June 3, 2019

And just like that, Me Made May 2019 has gone in a flash! This year I promised to wear at least one Me-Made item per day and was able to do so 30 out of 31 days and document it!

I must confess that I don't wear my me-made garments as much as I'd like to in my day to day, so Me Made May has helped give me a push to show off what I make. As I was doing this, it also motivated me to look at the garments I have in my 'repair pile' and actually fix or thrift those items.

I learned quite a bit from this round of Me Made May. I noticed that I am definitely a separates girl as I didn't reach for my dresses at all and only twice reached for a skirt. The temperatures fluctuated quite a bit this month, as it was chilly at the start of the month and warmer at the end, and I found it challenging to find as many handmade items to wear in the warmer weather.

Here are my top 3 Most Viewed Posts:

Tecumseh Sweater- Pattern by Caitlin Hunter

Sunset Highway Sweater- pattern by Caitlin Hunter


Frankie Tee- pattern from the Tilly & The Buttons Stretch Book

My followers seem to be huge fans of the Caitlin Hunter aka. Boyland Knitworks pattern garments! I also enjoyed wearing the Caitlin Hunter Sweaters, but my favorite make to wear was probably my Leopard Print Blackwood Cardigan by Helen's Closet because I'm in love with the print, the colors and it's practicality.

In June I'd like to focus on having a few more basic's in my wardrobe. I've got plans to attend a Ginger Jeans making workshop, I'd like to stitch up a few Ogden Camis, and I'm eagerly seeking out the perfect basic tee pattern. 

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