I am so excited to once again be working with Amy from Craft and Thrift Shop! Amy is so passionate about sustainable fabrics and it shows in the pieces she offers on etsy. Amy carries vintage, secondhand and deadstock fabrics and has a wide selection of prints and solids, and fabrics ranging from knits to cottons and silks! Thank you so much to Craft and Thrift Shop for sponsoring this post! All fabric in this post is from Craft and Thrift Shop on Etsy, and scroll down for a coupon code!
This year I started out really strong with my physical activity, and ran the Disney Dopey Challenge (48.6 miles in one weekend) with my Dad. It was a lot of training and once the race weekend was over I gave myself a break. Then COVID and stay at home orders started and motivation to work out really left my mind. Throughout the year I’ve been trying to get back on track, and within the last few months I’ve been figuring out a schedule that works well for me and I’ve been putting in a lot of effort to become consistent!
Part of my motivation is coming from making wardrobe pieces for this area of my life. I LOVE making activewear, and while I have been thrifting a lot of my active wardrobe, I want to get back into making workout clothes!
My goal with this outfit was to make some post workout gear; some fun pieces of athleisure! I came across the Arlo Track Jacket from Friday Pattern Company and fell in love! I’ve been wanting an easy throw on and go jacket, perfect for cooling down outside after a workout, or even before the workout when the body is just warming up, and this jacket looked perfect!
I chose to make it with this beautiful mauve scuba fabric from Craft and Thrift Shop. This fabric was awesome to sew with and the perfect weight for a track jacket. Amy is a fellow sewist and knows the important details to add to the fabric description, and seeing that this material had 20% stretch let me know my dream of this fabric as an Arlo Track Jacket was possible. Click here to see all the Scuba in Amy’s shop!
This jacket was a great pattern to make! It is a unisex pattern with three lengths and option for color blocking. It came together easy and the instructions were wonderful (no second guessing any steps!). I made a size Small in the short length and overall, it has the perfect fit. What really drew me to this pattern was the seam lines. I love the detailing, and love all the topstitching. This is a great pattern for color blocking, or using up scraps. I also love the generous side pockets!
I had a good amount of fabric left over and figured out it was juuuuust enough to make a pair of cropped Hudson Pants! This makes my fourth pair of Hudson Joggers, and my first cropped pair. I love them to pieces and love that I have an awesome set now!
To pull the whole look together, I made a Rumi Tank from Christine Hayes out of this beautiful ribbed jersey from Craft and Thrift!
Here are some of my favorites from Craft and Thrift!
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