Although Onyx is designed for woven's this is my sweatshirt version and a warning to check the scale of a print before buying fabric online.
This is my very first version of the Onyx Shirt, that I made from recycling a man's shirt. However, it was my least worn, as it was a little tight and looked like scrubs. OWOP made me try and resolve these issues, so I added a bit of width to the back and made the cuffs in a contract colour. I will now wear it a lot.
I love this red version, it's a lovely quality cotton (I also have it in a blue colour ways) and is definitely a dressier iteration. This may not be the best picture, but it had added Bonnie in it.
The weather decided to be changeable today, so the leggings out and my check tunic version went on (I always worry that this looks like an Australian school uniform and I am no schoolgirl).
Better weather today, so the top that looks like I made it from a tablecloth came out. In person the green cardigan didn't look out of place as there is a green check next to the red check, the photo just doesn't pick it up very well. This photo with added Hagrid.
My subtle stripe dress version today. I liked the split hem on the Inari Tee, so I copied it. What you can't see are my matching purple Vans.
Friday 16th - Day
This is a t-shirt version of the Onyx and it's only really the cuffs that don't like the softer stretchier fabric. I'm wearing it here with my Grainline Moss Mini, and a surprisingly still Bonnie and I didn't even have any biscuits.
Friday 16th - Evening
A colour-blocked dress version, inspired by the Christine Haynes Lottie dress. This was made with fabric that has been sitting in my stash for well over a year and I'm really happy how the dress came out, especially the hidden pockets.
One week, eight different looks, one very versatile pattern