Isn’t it strange how, even in lockdown, time disappears so quickly? I cannot believe that it is already time for my Me Made May 2020 week three roundup.
Monday 11th May
My Cuppa Tee t-shirts (Made By Jack’s Mum) are getting a lot of wear and I’m starting to think I should make some more. Today was the turn of my hedgehog top. I love it.
Tuesday 12th May
The weather has turned a bit cooler this week, which means my current favourite outfit can make a come back. Plus it’s all me made, so that’s a tick on that front too. My trusty apron dress and dinosaur stardust is a winning combination.
Wednesday 13th May
Today was my youngest’s birthday. Lockdown birthdays are odd, but we tried to make it as special as we could. I even dressed up a bit, and wore my Brazi dress. It’s made in a beautifully soft bamboo jersey that was beyond lovely to sew with.
The birthday girl spent the day wearing her brand new MBJM beachcomber dress.
Thursday 14th May
No photo today as the only me made item were my wonder undies. Not sure I’m ready to share a photo of me in my pants.
Friday 15th May
Fridays are pilates days. Today felt quite chilly, so I layered up with my trusty sundowner hoody from MBJM. I was lucky enough to be a tester on this pattern last summer, and I genuinely think this has become my most worn sweatshirt since.
Saturday 16th May
Last year I took part in the British Heart Foundation challenge to find something in their store and turn it into something new. This Penelope Pinafore used to be a duvet cover. I have loads left over still, which most likely will become face masks over the next few weeks.
Sunday 17th May
By the skin of my teeth I managed to achieve the second entire me made outfit of the week. Today I wore my ness skirt (Tilly and the Buttons) and my chicken cuppa tee (MBJM).
Pretty sure I can safely declare Me Made May 2020 week three a success. I have achieved my target, and the kids have worn Mummy Made every day. I have spectacularly failed to remember what the kids have worn though – I must try harder next week.