Hope you all had a great weekend! Our weekend included a trip to our local farmer's market [Rainier cherries and Sweet Sue peaches, how I love thee], moving furniture for our little room switch-a-roo [boxes + piles everywhere, but at least the furniture has been moved], breakfast at Byways Cafe [their amaretto-infused french toast is quite yummy!] and hanging out with new friends.
I also squeezed in some sewing over the weekend and made a few summer dresses. I was going for instant gratification, so I selected the easiest pattern from my Built By Wendy pattern stack. I basically turned the simple shirt pattern  into a summer dress. Super easy. I made one during naptime on Saturday, wore it to church on Sunday, made another during naptime on Sunday and wore it on Monday.
I stink at self-portraits, so these are the best photographs I could come up with. One dress is made out of a navy + white gingham swiss dot fabric and the other from a navy + white + yellow vintage floral. It is kind of funny because these fabrics are not really "me" [even Appah made a comment about that], but I picked them from my stash because I had some yardage of both and they seemed like good summer dress prints.
Next up, summer tunics! Stay tuned.