Alright not exactly, but almost. I did make nearly everything I’m wearing however. In this outfit I made the skirt, the sweater, the socks, and the leggings. The skirt is a simple drawstring made from a length of sweatshirt fleece from my Craig’s haul. I finally found the perfect use for that, and used up all of it. The sweater is a self designed hand knit that I previewed in an earlier post. Its a combination of both knitting and crocheting, with the collar above the raglan ribbing being a crocheted lace that I threaded a drawstring through. I’m quite pleased with it! I may publish the pattern in the near future. The socks are the same story, and the leggings are from McCalls 6173, which is a great basic pattern, but which I’ll have to make some adjustments to in order to fit my lower legs in the snug way that I like leggings to fit.
The shoes are by Aerology, and the shirt underneath my sweater is by Great Northwest.
Finally, the coat is a thrift store find that I upcycled by switching out the original loops which were straw colored, for black shoelace loops, and by staining the originally natural colored wood toggles black.
Photography by Photo0pal.