Updated: Jun 13
Hello friends and family , as you all know blogging is totally new for me so you get to see me start this out as a total newbie . Several wonderful life changes has promoted this adventure. I will get into what all they are as time goes on but I want to start off with this one change. I recently was invited to be apart of the Rebecca Page sewing team as an ambassador and I am super excited about it . Since I picked my sewing machine back up 4 1/2 years ago it's been very rewarding and for that I am so thankful to Jehovah . So with no further delay lets get to this review . I will also insert my #afflitated link that will take you directly to the Rebecca Page site so you can grab any pattern that I review here.
The Isabella skirt pattern is such a fun pattern . Its made on the boho style which popular now because it's on the broom skirt style which is a hot tend now . What I loved most is that it has an elastic back . Elastic back waistbands are so comfortable especially when you are on a fitness journey because it's an easy peasy adjustment . For my border tier I choose a chocolate lace . I have always loved chocolate lace and against this yellow double gauze fabric it was a no brainer . If you don't own a serger and or you are using a light weight fabric like myself the beauty of this wonderful pattern is that it walks you through step by step on how to use the french seam option. The size I made was a large but I do see that I could have made a medium and the fitting would have been a little more to my liking . I also used the french seam on my pockets as well . I will definitely be using this pattern again and again. I envision it already using a vibrant ankara print . What fabric would you like to see it in ? Drop a comment in the comment section and let me know . If you have love for this pattern I would love to see other sewers take on it . If you are interested in having this pattern as your very own just click on my affliate link below.