Hello all! Well, we are starting to get settled in from our move, but still have quite a few boxes lurking around…slow and steady progress. Today I went to my first ballet class here, and it was sooooo great to be back at it. I started taking an adult beginner ballet class a couple of years ago, and I just fell in love with it! Highly recommend if you have it available in your area 🙂 Anyhoo, I finally got around to taking photos of my Sewaholic Saltspring dress! I made this last month, and I have worn it a bunch.It’s a pretty simple dress to sew, especially because I skipped the zipper. I knew I could leave it out with the stretch factor of the jersey, but I have read elsewhere that you can probably leave it out with a woven fabric too. I also reduced some of the “blousing” effect, by shortening the outside bodice pieces by 1 inch.Since there was no zipper I cut the back on the fold, subtracting the middle seam allowances. Easy! For the straps- the selvedge of the fabric was all curled up, so I just cut that off and braided it. I love how it looks, although I think I could have been more careful to make sure they weren’t lumpy where they attach to the bodice. Oh well, I would imagine it’s one of those things that no one would notice but me 🙂The fabric is a super soft, medium weight jersey made from organic cotton and soy. I think. It has been in my stash for a while and was really the only fabric I had enough of to make this in a maxi length. My sewing machines are still packed away, and this was the last of my finished projects. I have lots of things lined up for fall sewing, and I thought since I can’t sew I might start cutting them out (I do have access to my fabric and patterns). That way I will still be making progress and when I start sewing things will zoom right along! Top items on the list right now are the Jamie jeans from Named patterns, a knit wolf dress (what?), a plaid Archer button up (bumped up on the list after seeing Jen’s on Instagram– holy cuteness!!), a Victoria blazer, more jeans…that should keep me busy for a while 🙂 What are you working on for fall??