Bringing in the Fall Blocked Style

It took me a couple of seasons but I finally tried the color block. I had bought a Very Easy Vogue pattern awhile ago and thought it would work great for the fall.

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Very Easy Vogue 8805

My color palette for this fall is grey, black and white with a a kick of red.

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Prep work

This was a very easy pattern to make. The directions were very clear and easy to follow.

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The finished product

I think this will transition into the winter easily. I can see it with a black turtleneck and some black tights and boots (Phil says . . .  “But you don’t have any black boots” . . . My answer “I know honey . . . They’re coming” he’s so cute. You would think he would know how this works after 30+ years).

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Sewing supplies peg board

While I was at it I took a few minutes to complete the peg board for the sewing room.

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