I haven't spent much time in the sewing room this summer. Heck, I haven't spent much time in my HOUSE this summer! Not complaining but I have missed sewing. I was able to make a knit top and finish up a sundress I started last summer (and put aside because I thought I had lost a piece - I did not.)
First up, a morph of NL 6655 and McCalls 5852. Full review here. I really like how this one turned out. I made a woven version two years ago and the knit version I just finished is much more comfortable. And aren't those ruffles too cute! Please excuse how wrinkly it is. I didn't notice until I saw the photo and didn't feel like redoing a photo after ironing. The ruffles are not uneven - it's just the way the photo was taken.
Next, I finished up a sundress I started last summer. It's made from some fairly flimsy challis I purchased at Hancock last year. And might I mention that I was also approximately ten pounds thinner last summer? If I don't breathe, the dress fits perfectly. I still need to hem it but otherwise it's done. The pattern is one of Simplicity's "It's so Easy" line and it really was easy.