From Sketch to Finished: Angelica’s Fall Sewing Roundup

Hello everyone! I’m so excited to be back to share how my fall sewing queue has been progressing over the last few months. In September, I shared my fall sewing queue with you all, with an outfit for each month sketched on my custom croquis from the MyBodyModel app. It is no lie when people say your queue will always change and evolve over time, because I did end up adding one outfit to my September sewing and shuffled some sewing projects around, which I hope to also share with you all soon! Here are my makes so far, along with my original sketches.


Moji Pants + Moselle Ruffle Top

August wasn’t included in my fall sewing queue, but thought I would share how this one turned out. This was the very first outfit I sewed as part of my monthly ‘me made’ goal, and I learned so much in the process. I sewed this outfit a little too late in the summer, because I only got to wear it once. But at least I can look forward to wearing it next year or on a sunny vacation! Plus, the Moji pants have been a great addition to the more casual pieces in my wardrobe.

MyBodyModel Sketch and Finished Make SeamworkMoji and Nina London Moselle by Angelica

Top: Nina Lee London Moselle Ruffle Top (Crop Version) in light blue tencel twill + Bottom: Seamwork Moji Pants  in indigo hemp denim chambray (Version 2)



Rowan Bodysuit + Jenna Skirt

This outfit was included in my original plans for September. The Rowan bodysuit has already become a huge staple in my wardrobe and I made it in the most buttery soft bamboo jersey from Mood Fabrics. I definitely plan on making it in more colors! As for the Jenna skirt, I thought it was essential to have a simple chambray skirt in my closet. It goes with anything and everything!

MyBodyModel Sketch and Finished Make SeamworkJenna Rowan Bodysuit by Angelica

Top: Megan Nielsen Rowan Bodysuit (Version 5) in bamboo jersey + Bottom: Seamwork Jenna Skirt in denim chambray


Seamwork Georgia

This next dress is something that was a bit unplanned. I realized I didn’t have anything to wear to a wedding in October, but I didn’t want to go out and buy a dress that I would probably only wear once. I decided to make a dress that I could not only wear to the wedding, but add to my daily wardrobe. Whenever I make something I ask myself, “how many ways can I wear this?” I decided to go with the Seamwork Georgia because you just can’t go wrong with a shift dress. They are so easy to dress up and dress down. I just paired this dress with some heels and nice jewelry and it was the perfect fall wedding outfit! Now I wear it to work almost every week.

MyBodyModel Sketch and Finished Make Seamwork Georgia by Angelica

Seamwork Georgia Dress in tango red tencell twill



Self-drafted costume: Shae from Game of Thrones

Last but not least is my very first self-drafted costume! After binge watching Game of Thrones and attending various medieval/renaissance faires over the summer, I knew I wanted to do something along those lines for Halloween. I think that the dresses in Game of Thrones are so gorgeous and decided to make a dress inspired by Shae’s handmaiden dresses. Since it was my first time doing a self-drafted costume, I am thankful to have my croquis to sketch and plan. It took about two months of sketching, draping, and finding the perfect fabrics to create the look. I must say, I’m pretty proud of myself and am super happy with how it turned out!

MyBodyModel Sketch and Finished Make Shae GOT Handmaiden Costume

Self-drafted costume: Shae from Game of Thrones

If you are looking for a great way to plan out your wardrobe, definitely get yourself a MyBodyModel croquis! I can’t wait to keep sharing more progress on how my queue and wardrobe evolve and come to life.

MyBodyModel Sketch to Finished by Angelica




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