We thought it would be fun to show some mix and match looks using our patterns from multiple seasons in spring colors. It is so much fun approaching a project like this with a view to creating an entire wardrobe. I think this shows off the versatility of individual pieces so fabulously.
Of course we couldn't leave well enough alone--the temptation was just too great to not throw in a few changes here and there. Like the ruffle on the front of the Chickadee Skirt. Or the short sleeves on the Eider Tunic, above (we kept the pintucks on the sleeves). We also opted for a purchased belt to close the Tunic, rather than the cinched waist tie provided for in the pattern.
Or the fun, oversized cuffs on the Raven Pants (again, front pintucks intact)?
Lastly, for the Raven Hoodie--if you can still call it that since we dropped the hood just for fun--we used a contrasting thread color for a decorative touch, added a front pocket flap, sewed the waist ties into the side seams so that the ties could be tied off center (and allowing the front opening to overlap slightly) and left the outer edges exposed and frayed for, well, an edgier look (pun intended).
Happy Spring Sewing!